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Santa Clarita City Council adds “In Memoriam of Gracie Muelberger and Dominic Blackwell” to Central Park’s name

Graphic by Andrew Kang
November 20, 2020

   A year ago on Nov. 14, 2019, two young lives were lost and three were injured at Saugus High School. The Saugus High School shooting was a tragic event here in Santa Clarita.     Nicole Hartung,...

The effects of the pandemic: high school

The effects of the pandemic: high school
November 9, 2020

   On August 11, rather than walking down the famous red carpet with ASB students cheering on either end, welcoming their peers back, Wildcats rolled out of their beds and logged onto their first Zoom...

Key Club goes digital amidst COVID-19

Key Club goes digital amidst COVID-19
November 9, 2020

   Key Club is a highly active community service-based club here at West Ranch, as well as around the world. By teaching leadership skills through service to others, participants gain experience helping...

Three rising West Ranch music producers share their story

Three rising West Ranch music producers share their story
November 4, 2020

    As the novel coronavirus has forced millions of people to stay at home, it has also allowed individuals to delve further into their passions. For some, this may be cooking or a sport, but for these...

How the West Ranch Choir has adapted to distance-learning

How the West Ranch Choir has adapted to distance-learning
October 28, 2020

   As students await the return to safe in-person learning, they continue working hard to make the best of their Zoom classes. Some subjects experienced a decent transition, such as history, English...

Quaran-Queens: How West Ranch students use their time in quarantine to foster positive change in the community

L-R: Shaira Busnawi, Raushni Chowdhury, Krisha Nair
October 8, 2020

Quarantine: Formerly a scary, foreign concept, it’s been a reality for seven months now. Some of us baked countless loaves of focaccia. Some of us impulsively dyed our hair. Some of us downloaded Duolingo...

How COVID-19 has affected small businesses

How COVID-19 has affected small businesses
October 1, 2020

In mid-March of 2020, California implemented a mandatory shutdown as the coronavirus took over the nation like an unpredictable storm, causing chaos for small businesses.   As multiple safety...

Six feet Supplies, a local non-profit, gives back to the community during global pandemic

Christina Riel and Krysta Mendoza, both juniors at West Ranch.
May 16, 2020

COVID-19 has affected many worldwide, with countries being forced into lockdown, schools shutting down and people living in constant fear. People with compromised immune systems are forced to stay at home...

Hundreds gather to protest stay-at-home orders

Hundreds gather to protest stay-at-home orders
May 14, 2020

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, governments across the globe have enforced quarantines, or periods of social distancing, in order to slow the spread of COVID-19. However, many have protested against the...

The Paw Print: April Fool’s Edition 2020

The Paw Print: April Fool's Edition 2020
April 1, 2020

Ms. Frame bases the whole entire AP Lit final off her son? Mr. Tenorio is the newest Bachelor? Is Gordan Ramsay on the West Ranch campus? Find the answers to these questions and more in our latest digital...

The French Revolt: Train Edition

February 11, 2020

   On Dec. 5, 2019, an extensive protest was held in Paris as hundreds of thousands of government workers marched through the city, in an effort to demonstrate against recent propositions to reform...

The Global Climate Strike

The Global Climate Strike
December 12, 2019

   On Nov. 29, 2019, Fridays for Future called on everyone to join the global climate strike at the Los Angeles City Hall.

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