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They Live Under The Stars

Kerryann Heyberger, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2017

Within the local area many folks are celebrating the holidays. While some passed the traditional bounty around the table some people are searching for a warm place to stay as the nights grow colder. Of... READ MORE »»

#metoo

Madison Lueck, Staff Reporter

December 8, 2017

This real story is about a 14- year old girl. To protect her identity we will be calling her “Alice Rose.” Alice Rose was only thirteen when the incident happened.“The incident happened over a 2... READ MORE »»

The North Korean Threat

Luke Nearwood, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2017

  Over the last seventy years, North Korea has continued to expand their nuclear knowledge and weaponry. Today, North Korea is believed to have around one-thousand ballistic missiles. Some of which... READ MORE »»

Freshman Chosen As Editor In Chief

Publisher

October 23, 2017

Ruby Webb has been named the Editor-In-Chief of the Compass Online Newspaper for the North Clackamas School District. The Milwaukie High School freshman will be managing the staff of 25 during the 2017-18... READ MORE »»

Gorge Fire Update

Bryndon Campbell, Reporter

October 23, 2017

“Throwing a firework into an area that’s tinder dry is not a sound decision.” says Jonathan Scheirman, with Clackamas Fire District 1, Station 15. Scheirman spent nine days on the front lines of... READ MORE »»

Bomb Threat at Rex Putnam High School

Gabrielle Ramsthel, Reporter

September 29, 2017

Hailei Jacobson hugs Maddi Doney following threat at RPHS. Over 1100 students and staff at Rex Putnam High School were forced to leave their building around 11:10 Friday morning due to a bomb threat reportedly... READ MORE »»

NCSD response to DACA

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September 8, 2017

North Clackamas Schools Superintendent Matt Utterback on Thursday notified parents and staff regarding district policies on DACA.  The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program has protected... READ MORE »»

Welcome Back

August 30, 2017

It’s the start of another school year.  Over 17,000 students are preparing to walk into the front doors of one of nearly 30 buildings in the North Clackamas School District.  Those students... READ MORE »»

Milwaukie High Scholarship Winners

June 27, 2017

Ten students graduating from Milwaukie High School were among 78 students across Oregon who participated in a rigorous two-year mentoring program called the ECMC Scholars, which allows them to access up... READ MORE »»

Scholarships Awarded

June 27, 2017

Sam Freshner, a former full-time police officer turned technical school teacher, has awarded a $5,000 scholarship for Milwaukie High School senior Catalina Castillo to attend the college of her choice. Castillo... READ MORE »»

News

The Race Is On In Alabama.

Alex Wacker, Staff Reporter

Recently, former judge Roy Moore has stirred up quite the fuss in the media. In November of this year, a minimum of five women have accused him of sexual misconduct. At the time of these supposed crimes,... read story

December 12, 2017 • 0 comments

They Live Under The Stars

Kerryann Heyberger, Staff Reporter

Within the local area many folks are celebrating the holidays. While some passed the traditional bounty around the table some people are searching for a warm place to stay as the nights grow colder. Of... read story

December 11, 2017 • 0 comments

Examining School Violence Through Film

December 9, 2017

When The Holidays Aren’t So Merry

December 9, 2017

#metoo Speaks Volumes

November 30, 2017

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Sports

Putnam Volleyball

Marissa Bradshaw, Staff Reporter

  Six players on the court each with different backgrounds but all work together. The Rex Putnam volleyball team made history once again by making the playoffs for the... read story

December 8, 2017

Coaches Influence on Student Athletes

Claire Gosson, Staff Reporter

Over the years, sports have gotten more and more intense. As athletes get older, they realize the impact that coaches can make on their lives. Coaches have expectations that... read story

December 8, 2017

Clackamas Coach Scores New Title

Clackamas coach John Arntson was named the OSAA Class 6A baseball Coach of the Year after leading the No. 2-ranked Cavaliers to a 29-3 record and their third state championship... read story

June 27, 2017

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Freshman Chosen As Editor In Chief

Ruby Webb has been named the Editor-In-Chief of the Compass Online Newspaper for the North Clackamas School District. The Milwaukie High School freshman will be managing the... read story

New Beginnings – New Source For News

June 6, 2017

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Features

Shelby Schrein , Staff Reporter

Cheerleading. Easily the most underrated sport that is known to the world. Flips, stunts, spinning in the air a lot of things most of the world can’t do. Memorizing 2 Minute... read story

December 4, 2017 • 0 comments

A Little Sweat Never Hurt Nobody

Madison Davis, Staff Reporter

On December 2nd, the Rex Putnam High School dance team, the Royal Crowns, qualified for Category Championships. Category Championships are the earned during the fall... read story

December 4, 2017 • 0 comments

Managing The Christmas Gift Crisis

December 4, 2017

NCSD Theater

November 9, 2017

Little Blue Whale

October 31, 2017

The Girl You’ll Never Know

September 25, 2017

Skool Dayz Cruise-In

June 27, 2017

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