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Senior successes

Senior successes

Andrew Barron, Entertainment editor
May 31, 2017
Filed under Feature Articles

We get the notion that we will be a scientist or a doctor or fire fighter, maybe even a rockstar in kindergarten. The possibilities seem so possible at five, but as we grow older, our future starts to shift, as if on a teeter-totter, of what we actually can become. There are the students who plan their...

Goodbye, Mr. Stites

Goodbye, Mr. Stites

Stephanie Wang, Editor-In-Chief
May 24, 2017
Filed under Feature Articles

After two years as COHS’s assistant principal and a semester as interim principal, Mr. Adam Stites-Hallett will be moving to Alta Loma High School after the 2016-17 school year. Mr. Stites is one of the many faculty members that have left or will be leaving COHS, including Dr. Ivan Ayro, COHS’s...

Mrs. Turner’s Retirement

Mrs. Turner’s Retirement

Victoria Olivas, Business Manager
May 15, 2017
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After 36 years in the district and 32 years at Charter Oak, Mrs. Anne Turner is retiring. In her years at COHS, she has taught three levels of chemistry: CP, Honors and IB. After teaching thousands of students, she is ready for a well deserved retirement. During retirement, Mrs. Turner plans to become...

Boomerang roller coaster closing at Knotts soon

Boomerang roller coaster closing at Knotts soon

Benjamin Rose, Tech Manager
April 20, 2017
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Boomerang at Knott’s Berry Farm will be retiring its long service to the park after the 2017 Boysenberry Festival. The space could be used for a new attraction. What will replace Boomerang? Boomerang is a roller coaster that sits at the Knott's Berry Farm Boardwalk. It goes a maximum speed of 50 ...

The Great Wall of Los Angeles

The Great Wall of Los Angeles

Jaylee Cortes, Managing Editor
April 18, 2017
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The Great Wall of LA is mural organized by Social and Public Art Resource Center. The official title is The History of California, and it extends for six blocks, or a half mile. The Great Wall is one of the longest murals in the world. The mural shows history "as seen through the eyes of women and m...

Spring Break: A weeklong adventure

Spring Break: A weeklong adventure

Selena Morentin, OP-Editor
April 14, 2017
Filed under Feature Articles

Spring break. These words resonate with students, especially of the high school and college levels. Once you come back from this time off of school, one question is commonly asked by your peers, “What did you do over your spring break?” Senior Conrad Torres answered this question and recounted his...

NFL scouting combine

Daniel Ordaz, Sports Editor
March 27, 2017
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This month the National Football League owners, general managers and coaches gathered in Indianapolis, Indiana, to watch and evaluate the next set of stars that they will potentially draft. This process is all about evaluating the college football players who will be playing at the next level this fall. ...

Experience or fame: 2020, YOU decide

Experience or fame: 2020, YOU decide

Andrew Barron, Entertainment Editor
March 16, 2017
Filed under Feature Articles

After being sworn in as the 45th President of the United States of America, Donald J. Trump shook the core of multiple high-profile celebrity figures. The definition of presidency has changed, and multiple figures in the spotlight have considered their future in relation to the position of leader of...

Kings trade

Kings trade

Benjamin Rose, Technical Manager
March 16, 2017
Filed under Feature Articles

The end of the National Hockey season is coming soon, and the playoffs are rapidly approaching. Teams are pushing their hardest to clinch a spot in this year’s competitive postseason. Teams have been changing and flexing their rosters to try to create the best team they can. The trade deadline is when...

United State of California

United State of California

Jaylee Cortes, Managing Editor
March 6, 2017
Filed under Feature Articles

In the spring of 2019, Californians will decide whether or not California will become an independent country. Recently, there has been a debate whether or not California should be an independent country. Theboltlive.com decided to take a poll and see what the future voters would decide. Out of 11...

Super Bowl LI made history

Super Bowl LI made history

Emily Ramirez, Op-Editor
February 8, 2017
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Super Bowl  LI was definitely one for the books. New England Patriots played against the Atlanta Falcons with Houston was hosting. Atlanta was the underdog going into the game. Patriots lost the coin toss so the Falcons got to pick who got the ball first; they chose to defer and let the Patriots...

Ruff game

Ruff game

Ashley Alegeria, HS Insider Manager
February 8, 2017
Filed under Feature Articles

On the Sunday, Feb. 5, fans across the nation rejoiced as they got together to watch one of the most important football games of the year, but what about all those who are not into football? Well, for animal lovers, Animal Planet hosted their annual Puppy Bowl. Animal Planet held its thirteenth Puppy...

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