Monthly Archives: September 2013

Letter from the Editor: Powderpuff drama overshadows game

Well, it is that time of year again. I’m not talking about college apps or even the Starbucks pumpkin spice latté. Yes, I’m talking about powderpuff. That time when girls…

Padres football topples Palma, remains undefeated

Carmel High School’s varsity football team has started this season off with a real bang, holding an overall record of 3-0.

So far, so good response to frosh Chromebooks

Besides adjusting to high school classes and making new friends, members of the Class of 2017 have each been given a Samsung Chromebook from Carmel Unified School District. This marks…

CUSD considers going green with solar panels

Going greener? Carmel Unified’s board is considering the concept for installing solar panels at the CUSD transportation yard behind Carmel Middle School. 

Sandy Claws: Periwinkle, the ultimate ‘alpha feline’

Just because we live in the most dog-friendly town in the USA, doesn’t mean we need to grace our newspaper with their presence. Let’s hear it for our feline friends!…

Youth Center’s open mic success despite low attendance

The lights go dark as Ernest Griffin-Ortiz, or “E” as he’s known at the Carmel Youth Center, goes up on stage Sept. 13 to introduce the performers and kick off…

New NIN album creates unintended downward spiral

After composing film scores for movies such as “The Social Network,” “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” and working on a post-industrial side project with his wife in How to…

Rumors of rigged powderpuff denied by officials

It’s that time of year again: the Powderpuff Game. It’s a time-honored tradition of sportsmanship and competition.

Mayweather worth every penny of $41.5 million

At 36 years old, what Floyd Mayweather Jr. is doing to the boxing world is truly remarkable.

Lyceum denies motion for second mock trial team

Carmel High’s mock trial coach Bill Schrier recently requested Carmel be allowed two competing teams this year in the county competition due to an increase in student participation, but this…