Last year, the Sierra Chieftains defeated the Eagles early in playoffs, and this season, the teams met again this season in the championship for the D6 valley title. The Eagles arrived at Rawhide Stadium with confidence and a drive to win their school’s first baseball valley championship. In extra innings, the Eagles were able to hold their lead over the Chieftains and win the championship.
Since the very beginning of mankind, humans have been using their creativity for everything from construction of housing to painting on caves. As ages passed, arts began to take many different forms such as architecture, photography, fashion, performing arts, tapestry, and many others.
New addition to the MCU brings humor Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2 focuses on the Guardians, a ragtag collection of rogue-like heroes. Many people remember Guardians of the Galaxy, the first installment in The Guardians of the Galaxy series. It received praise from many critics for its witty humor. Guardians of the [...]
Science students in A.P. biology and zoology had the unique opportunity to get up close to the animals they are studying on a trip to Project Survival's Cat Haven, May 4. Although the temperature was reaching the high 90’s, the students enjoyed the opportunity to explore nature outside of the classroom. Cat Haven is similar to a animal sanctuary, but specializes in education and the preservation of wild cats. They also help raise funds for conservation efforts to save endangered cats. The president of Project Survival’s Cat Haven, Wendy DeVos, believes it is important to save cats before they become extinct. “A lot of people come here thinking it’s just a sanctuary for abused and abandoned cats, but this place really focus on trying to help what’s happening in the wild and to help different cat species survive in the wild,” DeVos said. “We try to send money to conservations. About one third of our income we try to designate for that, that’s what I want people to know, that we have a great education program and that’s important to take care of God’s creatures.” After getting off of the bus, students were brought into a room where they were taught how to identify different animals by examining their skulls. Students were also taught how different cats used different abilities to stalk their prey or avoid being eaten by other animals.
California has a wealth of zoos, from the San Diego, to San Francisco, to our own Fresno Chaffee zoo. However, there are few zoos in California that specialize in wild cats, one of them being Cat Haven. Zoology and AP Biology will be taking a trip to this zoo, May 4.
With the continuation of Moore’s Law, the concerns of climate change and the ever-changing global economy, many find it difficult to understand many of the complex issues generated by these matters. However, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and renowned author, Thomas L. Friedman, tackles these three issues in his latest book, Thank You for Being Late: An Optimist's Guide to Thriving in the Age of Accelerations.
The county of Fresno flaunts its beautiful side of orchards along the Blossom Trail. A 62-mile loop on back roads through a particularly dense region of Central Valley, allows you to see this view; thousands of fruit and nut trees flower with fluttering, lacy petals and aromatic fragrance also line the way.
Lisa Genova spoke at the SJV Town Hall about many of the books that she has written throughout her career, April 5. Still Alice raises awareness of Alzheimer's disease To enrich the intellectual perspective of Fresno County, SJV Town Hall began a monthly series of lectures given by a variety of speakers [...]
Roll One for Mi is a small sushi joint on the corner of Champlain and Shepherd next to Marble Slab and Jamba Juice. Roll One for Mi isn't the biggest restaurant but does pretty well, it always is pretty busy.
The junior high, concert choir, and ensemble will all be attending the Anaheim Heritage Festival, March 30-April 2. Along with making a trip to the music festival, students will also be spending time in Disneyland.