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Dreams

I think one of the most fascinating things people know virtually nothing about is why people dream. But if you are mindful enough to google the question, nothing but theories and hypotheses come up in your search.

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MAY. 3, 2021

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Ethnic Studies Club

The formation of a new club at Healdsburg High school is always a cause for celebration, but the formation of the Ethnic Studies club has so much hype surrounding it, that it is cause for a front page article in the school newspaper.

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MAR. 18, 2021

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Fiona Affronti Profile

Fiona Affronti, a senior at Healdsburg High School (HHS), has accomplished beyond what many students in her grade have in their 4 years of high school.

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MAY. 3, 2021

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HHS Welcomes New Principal Ms. Jones-Kerr Amid Controversy

On Wednesday April 21st, it was publicly announced that that Amy Jones-Kerr, the former Roseland School District superintendent, would be stepping up to take the position as the next HHS principal.

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JUN. 3, 2021

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Healdsburg Creative Leadership Team gives Artists a Voice

For years in Healdsburg, our city council has tried and failed to establish a permanent, productive arts and culture committee. But with the election of several new city council members to the board, they see this issue and have made the great step forward in making arts and culture a priority of the town.

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MAY. 3, 2021

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Healdsburg High Students and Teachers Grapple with Mental Health Amid the Pandemic

When looking beneath the surface of failing grades and lack of engagement, it’s clear a prominent problem lies with mental health.

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MAR. 11, 2021

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Is It That Time Already? Fire Season Begins in Sonoma County

Over the past few years in California, we have been hit with back to back disastrous fires that tear through the state, and now it is the time of year once again where flames can strike at any moment. As some have already sprung here in Sonoma County, such as the most recent burning near the train bridge right here in Healdsburg. As grasses begin to dry and temperatures start to rise, people need to start asking themselves, “Are we really prepared?” There are countless steps to take to make sure that you truly are prepared for a fire or evacuation situation, but there are some that should be the first priority, such as the following.

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May 24, 2021

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The 2020 Chess Boom

Recently, the more than a millennium old game, chess has had another revival and once again a popular hobby.

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APR. 22, 2021

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The Heroic Sendoff of Principal Bill Halliday

After nine years of working for Healdsburg Unified School District, one of the most valued staff members, Bill Halliday, will be retiring after serving out his term as principal in the 2020-2021 school year.

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JUN. 3, 2021

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Wild Horse and Burro Overpopulation

Overpopulation of wild horses and burros in the West is a very prevalent issue, that for the most part remains considerably under-recognized, misunderstood, and oftentimes even unheard of.

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MAY. 3, 2021

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Young Empowered Women

On September 21, 2020, Healdsburg High (HHS) senior, Izabel Soto, founded the Young Empowered Women Club, known as YEW for short.

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MAR. 18, 2021

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