Northeast Valley News

Obama offers work permits to undocumented immigrants

Francisco Dominguez

January 5, 2015

On Nov. 20 a historical announcement was made, one that could potentially impact the lives of 5 million people on American soil. On that day, President Barack Obama addressed the nation from the White House to announce he had...

Mercury win WNBA championship

Jeremy Beren, Sports Editor

September 12, 2014

The Phoenix Mercury rose to the occasion once again, and firmly re-assumed their spot among the WNBA elite. The Mercury won their third WNBA championship on Friday night, as the team beat the Chicago Sky 87-82 to complete a...

Big Three Dominant as Mercury Set Fire to Sky

Gino Valdez, Reporter

September 7, 2014

The Phoenix Mercury took care of business on Sunday afternoon, and now stand just two wins from the ultimate glory. The “Big Three” of Dupree, Griner, and Taurasi ruled in the Mercury’s 83-62 win over the helpless Chicago...

Mercury tame Lynx, lead series 1-0 in best of three

Gino Valdez, Reporter

September 5, 2014

The Phoenix Mercury led the league in scoring, averaging 83.5 points, while the Minnesota Lynx finished second with 81.6 points. Also, The Phoenix Mercury set a WNBA record in field goal percentage with 48.4 percent while Minnesota...

Egypt mediates Gaza cease fire

CNN News

August 6, 2014

(CNN) -- President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt is on a mission -- to return his country to its rightful place as the "indispensable" Arab state after what he saw as the dangerous chaos of Muslim Brotherhood rule under his p...

Loving Hands Home

Loving Hands Home

May 16, 2014

Past SCC student honored as Pultizer Prize finalist

Staff

April 16, 2014

Brenna Goth who studied journalism at SCC, was honored as a 2014 Pulitzer Prize finalist in Breaking News Stories. She and five other Arizona Republic reporters covered the Prescott Yarnell Hill fires. The committee honored the team, "For its compelling coverag...

NO TRAILER PARK FOR HER

Lauren Schroth, Reporter

April 16, 2014

It’s sixth grade. The teacher announces the class is going to read aloud. Cameron MacElvee’s heart-rate begins to increase rapidly. She can’t be called on, not today, “Please don’t call on me, please,” MacElvee says...

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