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60 Seconds with Xavier Phillip-Johnson

Reilly Verdensky, Editor April 27, 2023

Xavier tries to answer as many questions as he can in 60 seconds.

Crimson Tide Softball

Aubrey Snyder and Meadow Eckert April 24, 2023

Athletes on the girls softball team talk about their softball experience.

Students from PAHS received information from a local business at the career fair on April 26, 2022. The career fair allows for many students to figure out what they want to do in the future.

Students to attend career fair

Alex Blum, Staffer April 14, 2023

To show the students of PAHS what career path they can choose from is the purpose of the career fair. The career fair will occur at Martz Hall for the junior and senior classes on Thursday, April 20th.  The...

S.A.D.D advisors, Mr. Charles Schuster and Mr. Adrian Portland, talk about the upcoming Prom Promise and other activities to help spread safety on prom night. S.A.D.D. will be giving announcements at the end of the month for Alcohol Awareness Month.

S.A.D.D. Prepares Alcohol Awareness Month Activities

Alex Blum, Staffer April 5, 2023

In the United States, the legal drinking age is 21, but that does not stop teenagers or anyone under the age from the consumption of alcohol. Approximately one out of ten alcoholic drinks in the U.S. is...

Guys and Dolls

Aubry Snyder and Meadow Eckert March 28, 2023

The members of the drama club explain this years musical.

60 Seconds with Luke Keitsock

Reilly Verdensky, Editor March 22, 2023

Luke Keitsock answers as many questions as he can in 60 seconds.

Junior Ashley Constanza-Espiritusanto, Sophomore Jorel Powell and Junior Brianna Rogers (L-R) pose in front of the bulletin board with historical women figures. Women’s History Month is dedicated to celebrating the women in our life and shining a light on historical accomplishments. Freshman Veada Reavill said, “I think women should appreciate one another no matter what shape, size, color or font you are. I support every woman and I think that all women should be my favorite women.”

Happy Women’s History Month

Genesis Harrison, Staffer March 22, 2023

“There is no limit to what we, as women, can accomplish,'' said Michelle Obama. March marks the beginning of Women’s History Month, which is dedicated to women’s achievements and accomplishments...

Reilly Verdensky, Editor March 15, 2023

Mr. Sterner answers as many questions as he can in 60 seconds.

How to Order a Yearbook

February 27, 2023

Zoe and Mrs. Holden explain how to order this years yearbook. Use the link below or the QR code at the end of the video to order your yearbook!  

Très Tacos, Tequila, and Tapas had its grand opening on February 24, 2023. “Très has some well made food. It has a great variety of food with over 10 different types of tacos. The combination of homemade shells and blend of toppings tastes very good. I highly recommend checking out The rès.” said Cullen Clarke.

Out With the Old, In With the New

Maya Johnson, Staffer February 27, 2023

The smell of spicy foods, salsa, and great music might grab your attention when walking through downtown Pottsville. This is due to the new restaurant in town called TRÈS restaurant, ta thée newly renovated...

Percussion Ensemble performs

February 24, 2023

The Pottsville Area High School Percussion Ensemble performs at the 2023 Small Ensembles Concert. Selections include Lost Souls, The Line Around Us. Drum Corps on Parade, Double Dribble and Fantasia on...

60 Seconds with Mim Albertini

Reilly Verdensky, Editor February 17, 2023

Mim tries to answer as many questions as she can in 60 seconds.

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