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Ada High School Entrepreneurs: Colee Rogers

Ada High School Entrepreneurs: Colee Rogers

About the Writer Monica Guajardo, Staff Reporter
February 29, 2020
My good-bye to basketball

My good-bye to basketball

About the Writer Cheyene Howell, Photo Editor
February 20, 2020
Students will be allowed to wear their Native American tribal honor cords during the Ada High School commencement ceremony on Thurs., May 16th.

Native American Regalia: Culture vs. Code

About the Writer Maddie Manning, Editor
April 16, 2019
My senior year is going great. My workload is a lot different than what I am used to. Its more college focused than normal. After high school I am going to the University of Oregon and major in Political Science. Serena Elliott

Humans of Ada

About the Writer Cheyene Howell and Delaney Beak
October 1, 2018
As a junior I have a lot more homework. Its kind of stressful. Although I am learning stuff. Im stressed for the ACT. I hope I do well. Jillian Brassfield

Humans of Ada

About the Writer Delaney Beak and Cheyene Howell
September 19, 2018
Stress may lead students to feel so overwhelmed they stop trying.

Will teen stress become the next big epidemic?

About the Writer Jacky Lopez, Senior Staff Writer
March 5, 2018
Does a college diploma gurantee success and future employment. Is it a necessity to find success and future employment?

Is College a Necessity?

About the Writer Jeremy Robinson and William Whelchel
January 19, 2018
Ada Highs working masses

Ada High’s working masses

About the Writer Iris Arredondo, Staff Writer
April 7, 2017
Princesses at the event will include Tiana, Rapunzel, Ariel, Snow White, Red Riding Hood, Cinderella and many more.

Princesses will reign over Ada

About the Writer Malli Pingleton , Junior Editor/Writer
February 28, 2017
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