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Google Fiber

Google Fiber is really fast internet that is only in select cities. Here's a preview on it's capibilities and prices. 

Blizzard

On Monday, January 26th, snow began to fall along the east coast, exceeding the high expectations meteorologists had for the blizzard. 

 

Sheriff "Waze" Issues

Waze is a GPS app owned by Google made to incorporate social elements to help drivers find faster ways to get where they need to go.

Sea Star Wasting Disease

For the past two years, various species of sea stars along the entire west coast of the United States, from Alaska to Southern California, have been dying off due to a disease deemed Densovirus.

The TriMet Barber

With the year barely off and running, the TriMet Barber has cut again!

 

The annual Miss Clatsop County Scholarship Program’s pageant will hopefully be a huge success this year. It will take place on January 31 at the Seaside Convention Center. 

Sports

 

Sports
Senior Nights

The 12 seniors participating in a Winter Sport, all had a very successful season.

Dance Team

Pizazz is looking to ride their momentum all the way to the State Competition, as they hope to bring home some hardware.

Seattle Seahawks

     The Seattle Seahawks had big expectations to repeat as Super Bowl champions in 2015. Although, Seattle did lose the Super Bowl to the New England Patriots this past year, they achieved great things with what players they were given.

 

Poyer Talk

Jordan Poyer graduated from Astoria High in 2009 and went on to play college football at Oregon State and later got drafted into the NFL to play for the Philadelphia Eagles and now the Cleveland Browns.

College Basketball Preview

While its still quite early to start growing out your mustaches and filling out brackets it is never too early to see who are the top teams in the nation for mens college basketball. 

NBA Update

With completion of the Super Bowl and an end to the football season it is time for the spotlight to shift to the world of basketball, more specifically the NBA.

Opinion


Opinion
Climate Changes

Changes in the climate around the world are starting to have catastrophic effects. According to NASA and NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), 13 of the 15 hottest years have occurred since 2000.

 

School Structure Sucks

There is one question that is often asked by adults. Do kids go to school to learn new things, or are they just trying to pass their classes? Worldwide, the United States is ranked 14th in education; 18th in reading, 24th in literacy, and 34th in math progress. 

Electronic distractions are detrimental to student education.

In recent years, devices such as iPhones have become increasingly popular. This has allowed students to be in sync with advances in technology, but it has come at a cost.

Neil Patrick Harris's Choose Your Own Autobiography Review

While also the most entertaining autobiography I have ever read, Neil Patrick Harris’s Choose Your Own Autobiography was very interesting.

Why Valentine's Day Sucks

Ah, Valentine’s Day. The one day of the year where it’s not only accepted to be disgustingly mushy, and over the top with your significant other, it’s expected. 

What Is Inspiration?

The basic definition of inspiration, according to Oxford University, is the process of being mentally stimulated to do or feel something creative. 

 

Entertainment

 

Entertainment
International Women's Day

On March 8, the world recognizes women internationally, creating awareness of women equality

2015 Grammys

     The Grammys returned this February to disturb the musical scene and divide fan bases against one another once again.

 

Go Set a Watchman: A Treasure or a Scandal

On February 3rd, Harper Lee announced the release date of To Kill a Mockingbird's sequel, Go Set a Watchman.

2015 Oscars

On February 22nd, 2015 all of your favorite celebrities gathered in the Dolby Theater in Hollywood for the Academy Awards. The most esteemed award show of the season.

Valentine's Day Around the World

Each year on February 14, widely known as Valentine’s Day, many people exchange cards, flowers, and candies with their special ‘valentine.’ Around the world, each country that celebrates Valentine’s Day, celebrates it with its own fun and unique traditions based on its own cultures.

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year can sometimes be overlooked or outshined in American society. However, in other societies it has major importance.