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Keeping Colton High School Informed Since 1917

The Pepper Bough

Keeping Colton High School Informed Since 1917

The Pepper Bough

Keeping Colton High School Informed Since 1917

The Pepper Bough

Finals Season

“Finals Season”

Jorslint Jaramillo, Pepper Bough Staff Writer
January 28, 2023
Band Director Kenneth Taber leads the wind ensemble in their performance of A Cartoon Christmas at the annual Winter Concert.

Krampus crashes CHS’s winter concert

Erin Dallatorre, Pepper Bough Editor
December 12, 2022
2022 was a great year in music. Myles and Mr. Dollins look back on their faves.

Songs of 2022 – Mr. Dollins

Jeremiah Dollins, Pepper Bough Adviser
December 7, 2022
2022 was a great year in music. Myles and Mr. Dollins look back on their faves.

Songs of 2022 – Myles Garza

Myles Garza, Pepper Bough Editor
December 7, 2022
Benjamin Velarde and teammate Lucas Duran face a formidable opponent in their playoff match against Orange Vista on Nov. 29.

Colton eSports team eliminated from playoffs

Luis Padilla Vallejo, Special to the Pepper Bough
November 29, 2022
The global pandemic changed the face of horror movies in 2020, causing us to question our reliance on technology in movies like Host, our relationships in The Invisible Man, and our need for mystery in The Empty Man.

The Best Years of Horror: 2020

Johnathan Linares, Pepper Bough Staff Writer
October 29, 2022
2017 was a year dominated by fresh voices in horror, including It, Get Out, and Happy Death Day.

The Best Years of Horror: 2017

Rin Salas, Pepper Bough Staff Writer
October 27, 2022
In 2002, horror movies turned bleak and infected, with zombie outbreaks, science gone wrong, and conspiracy theories. Featured here are 28 Days Later, Resident Evil, and Signs.

The Best Years of Horror: 2002

Robert Montez, Special to the Pepper Bough
October 27, 2022
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