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Bay Area adds extra precautions to their Pet purchasing regulations to avoid returns that can be detrimental to the pets mental health

Bay Area shelters brace themselves for post-pandemic pet returns

Shreya Jagannathan and Nidhay Mahavadi November 10, 2021

As the Bay Area transitions from remote to in-person work, a growing number of pets that were adopted during quarantine are returned to animal shelters by owners who claim that they do not have the time...

Mr. Marc Walker enjoys conducting pep band at a home football game, one of his many duties as band director.

DVHS band teacher Marc Walker’s unique rock and football background translates into his current-day teaching style

Grace Zhao, Kimberly Cui, and Jennifer Sheng November 9, 2021

DVHS band teacher Marc Walker has taught music for 16 years, but in high school he wasn’t just dubbed “the band kid” — he also toured in a rock band and played competitive football. Being both...

Love Plus Feelings run by Anahita Vaidhya, sells handmade jewelry, including magnetic heart bracelets during Homecoming season

Dougherty Valley students enterprise their creative skill by opening small businesses

Suhani Kashyap and Ashley Lee November 8, 2021

Creative and talented students are easy to find at Dougherty Valley High School (DVHS), and among those students are those who created small businesses to sell handmade products. Some sell handmade jewelry,...

Service members, including those of the Navys Construction Battalions (Seabees), sent and received these postcards while stationed at Fleet City. The Seabees were later immortalized in the 1944 film The Fighting Seabees starring John Wayne, as shown in the framed poster.

Exploring 80 years of history and service at Camp Parks

Lauren Chen, Megan Dhillon, and Tessa Galeazzi October 25, 2021

Driving along Dougherty Road, you may have seen Camp Parks on your way through Dublin and became curious about the somewhat eerie fenced-off area that stretches past the street. Commissioned in 1943, Camp...

Ms. Kimberly Tuohy explores her passion for art through teaching Ceramics and Art 1.

Kim Tuohy: A New Journey

Olivia Phongsa and Carina Liu October 21, 2021

This year at DVHS is a new experience for everyone, including the new Art 1 and Ceramics teacher, Ms. Kim Tuohy. Although this is her first year at DVHS, this year will be her 15th year teaching art.  As...

Women gather together in union at downtown Danville to protest against the abortion laws.

San Ramon Valley residents protest to defend women’s reproductive rights

Jennifer Sheng and Praneetha Bhogi October 19, 2021

The Mississippi abortion law, followed by the Texas abortion law, threatened women’s decisions about their own bodies and led to nationwide protests, one of them being the Women’s March held in Danville,...

Dougherty Valley teacher, Mr. Noah Kopp, enters his second year teaching Theater Arts, after an exemplary dance career.

A transition from the stage to backstage isn’t all that different

Boomika Velineni and Nayja Shah October 19, 2021

Dougherty Valley’s theater arts teacher and drama club advisor, Noah Kopp, transitions into a new chapter of his life through teaching theater rather than performing on stage.   In the dimly lit...

Following the distribution of Chromebooks to all students, technology has started playing a bigger role in class activities.

Chromebooks: the effect of increased technology usage in classrooms

Mason Fang, Aditya Arora, and Mitali Mittal October 15, 2021

In fall 2021, SRVUSD’s “One to One Device Initiative” distributed Chromebooks to all students in the district in order to engage students in the creativity, critical thinking, communication and collaboration...

California becomes first state to mandate COVID vaccinations for students

Mason Fang, Copy Editor October 2, 2021

On Friday, Oct. 1, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the country’s first statewide vaccine mandate for all schoolchildren, which will take action once the U.S. government approves vaccines for all age groups. The...

Both students and teachers at DVHS were forced to change their daily routines due to the pandemic.

Dougherty students and faculty share their experiences during the year at home

Akilesh Kale and Allan Zhang September 29, 2021

Over the course of the 2020-2021 school year, teachers and students at Dougherty Valley High School alike attended school at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and many believe their lives have changed...

Students take their first tests in-person on paper after spending a year in online school.

Teachers adjust to in-person test-taking following online school

Anaisha Das, Assistant Web Manager September 29, 2021

As Dougherty Valley High School transitions from remote learning to in-person learning for the upcoming school year, students and teachers adjust to changes in conducting assessments. The differences...

The Board of Supervisors voted to build houses on the map shown.

Contra Costa County express their disapproval towards the Tassajara Parks Project

Ashley Lee, Staff Writer September 28, 2021

On July 6, 2021, the Contra Costa County Planning Commision voted 4-2 to reject 125 single-family homes from being built on the Tassajara Valley due to water issues, only to be overturned by the Board...

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