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Call of Duty: Black Ops III releases “Salvation” map

October 25, 2016 2:20pm | Jordan Mayfield

The new map “Revelations” released September 6 ,2016 as apart of the DLC4 Zombies Map Pack in the download- able content (DLC) 4 for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. Call of Duty is a first person shooter that started with the origin of Call of […]

CCSD has moral obligation to serve healthy lunch

October 25, 2016 2:19pm | Ashlend Laparra

Many say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but what about lunch? For many teenagers across the country lunch may be their only meal. Accord- ing to the No Kid Hungry official website 17.2 mil- lion families live in food insecure households. […]

Candidates struggle to relate to Millenial voters

October 25, 2016 2:18pm | Ashlend Laparra

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton flounder helplessly trying to pander to millenial voters. 39% of millenial voters have decided to opt for third-party candidates and show a dislike for the two front-runners. Their lack of genuine understanding for millenial trends and pop culture makes them […]

Unfair advantage should eliminate Bishop Gorman from D4A competition

October 24, 2016 6:40pm | Staff Editorial

  For the first time in four years, Spring Valley High School athletics are competing in the top division in Nevada, now known as D4A. In this higher division, the Grizzlies will take on many elite teams including powerhouse Bishop Gorman, known for dominating against […]

Rebooting U.S.A in 3…2…1…

January 9, 2014 12:50pm |

“GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN” The flashy morbid title warning our country that the very brain of our United States is wading into imminent danger has been stalking the headlines of major news channels and reporting websites for a few days now, and most of us are terrified […]

Education: First in Line for Cuts, Last to be Noticed

March 22, 2012 12:01pm |

Is education really important to society today? Or do we tend to push it aside when real economic failures come about. When budget cuts are enforced, education is always first in line to take the cut, although it should be the last. “Isn’t educating young […]

Spirituality at Spring Valley-What Do You Believe?

November 4, 2010 8:57pm |

Do you believe in God?  Since the beginning of mankind, however it began, the most controversial and sought after question has been how we came to exist and where we go when we die.  Did God create us, or did we begin as single cell […]