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Saint Francis knocks down Carlmont in 45-36 victory

December 5, 2019

Carlmont girls JV basketball suffered their first loss of the season against Saint Francis High School on Dec. 4. The match was one of three in the Mountain View tournament,...

Scots wrestling preps for inaugural season

November 27, 2019

The Carlmont Scots wrestling program prepares to partake in their first season with many new faces on the team. In prior years, the team had to travel to Sequoia High School...

Scots train to hit home runs this upcoming season

November 25, 2019

Coming off of a victorious season, Carlmont softball looks to have another successful year. But to do that, they have to grind it out in their training sessions.  Although...

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Christmas tree lighting is a ‘tree-mendous’ success

Recent News Stories

Black Friday fails to live up to expectations

December 2, 2019

Despite its amazing deals, Black Friday  impacts the environment and can be a poor experience for customers and workers alike. Black Friday is widely considered the biggest...

Uncertainty persists as PG&E blackouts continue

November 30, 2019

The recent power outages administered by the Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) have caused inconvenience for Bay Area residents.  In the past two months, PG&E...

Alcatraz Sunrise Ceremony commemorates history and celebrates the future

November 30, 2019

While most of the Bay Area was fast asleep, looking forward to the turkey feast they would indulge in, a quarter-mile-long line stretched past Pier 33 to buy tickets for a...

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‘Bach’ to the classics

Recent Features Stories

When a Tower Falls

November 6, 2019

If you took an image of any of the 15 fires that have afflicted California in the last week, it would look like a snapshot from hell. Here in the Belmont-San Carlos area,...

Cultural minorities haunt during Halloween

November 3, 2019

Children are skipping down the street, dressed up as skeletons, witches, and ghosts. Bright smiles are disguised by their face paint; jack-o-lantern-shaped baskets are dangling...

Fair Play

November 1, 2019

After more than a century, California’s legislature challenged the legacy of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has instilled in the very fabric of collegiate...

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Uncertainty persists as PG&E blackouts continue

Uncertainty persists as PG&E blackouts continue

November 30, 2019

The recent power outages administered by the Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) have caused inconvenience for Bay Area residents.  In the past two months, PG&E has shut down the power four times...

Opinion: Don’t force gratitude

Opinion: Don’t force gratitude

November 28, 2019

Our Thanksgiving gratitude is a lie to our families. We spend Thanksgiving saying we're grateful for the people we're around, such as the family we may only see once a year. Maybe we only remember to be grateful...

Student workers handle midday rush in Carlmont lunch line

Student workers handle midday rush in Carlmont lunch line

November 15, 2019

The lunch bell rings. Students sprint out of their classrooms to get in the lunch line. So does sophomore Katinka Lennemann. However, Lennemann stands behind the counter. For the first 30 minutes of lunch, Lennemann...

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