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Students stand amidst their peers and rainy weather in solidarity against violence and for Stoneman-Douglas Margory High School in Parkland, Florida.
Karl Houtman, Former Student
March 14, 2018

On Wednesday morning, March 14, students, staff, and administrators at SHS acted against violence in spreading love and unity, and discussing how standing together as a school against violence and remaining safe and loving everybody would prevent future school shooters and other acts of violence on campus.

The question running through this journalist’s mind, as well as much of the...

Senior Frank Daniel (left) paints the rock off Highway Nine with an American flag in remembrance of senior Ryan Seek.
Karl Houtman, Former Student
March 13, 2018

Snohomish said good-bye to senior Ryan Seek on Monday night, crowding around the large rock on Highway Nine to wish Seek’s family well and to paint the rock with memories and sayings coined by SHS students, community members, and Seek himself.

Seek died in a motorbike accident Saturday afternoon, after colliding head-on with a pickup truck. Senior Reggie Wight's father...

Freshman Camlin Vespaziani sings and plays the ukulele to Adele's version of "Make You Feel My Love", originally written by Bob Dylan.
Breanna Armstrong, Staff Writer
March 3, 2018

Lights, camera, ACTION! The Variety Show was earlier this week, which is where many talented people go head-to-head to win the right to perform in the annual Performing Arts assembly.  This year 15 students were chosen to compete. From singing to stand-up comedy these students performed in front of an almost full house.

Before the show many participants said they were nervous but...

Jack Kaestner, Staff Writer
February 9, 2018

The Environmental Club had special guest speaker Alexis Alloway come to SHS on Thursday the 8th to speak in depth on the challenges of getting people into recycling.

Senior Sam Branchini smiles despite her people facing total extinction.
Jack Kaestner, Staff Writer
January 11, 2018

According to researchers, we have an epidemic on our hands, and it affects us all. Studies suggest the recessive ginger gene may be exterminated in as soon as a hundred years. The horror of this possible reality is too much for many to bear.

News

Karl Houtman, Former Student
Snohomish said good-bye to senior Ryan Seek on Monday night, crowding around the large rock on Highway Nine to wish Seek’s family well and to paint the rock with memories... read story »
March 13, 2018

Sports

Cassidy Stark, Staff Writer
The Snohomish Panthers' boys basketball team played against the Edmonds Warriors this past Friday, losing with a score of 74-49 in favor of the Warriors. The Warriors... read story »
January 13, 2018

Features

Breanna Armstrong, Staff Writer
Lights, camera, ACTION! The Variety Show was earlier this week, which is where many talented people go head-to-head to win the right to perform in the annual Performing Arts... read story »
March 3, 2018

Opinions

A Response to Javon Hinton’s Letter to the Editor: Let me make myself clear before I begin: in no way shape or form am I trying to be disrespectful or rude to anyone,... read story »
March 19, 2018