Tri-Color Times

Valentines Day is an “extra” extra holiday

Andrew Tippetts, Journalist

February 8, 2018

Filed under Opinion

VALENTINE’S Day is a day to be “extra” extra. But one can’t help but wonder if it is a day of love or just another normal day. Flowers are going on sale, chocolate prices are rising, and couples are pairing up for dinner...

AP kids struggle more than you think

Taea Edwards, Journalism

January 5, 2018

Filed under Opinion

THERE are lots of different AP classes that kids can take here at Granger. Lots of kids think that it’s just a waste of time, while others see it as an opportunity. I’m in Mr. Cousins’s AP World Civilizations class, and ...

The free flow of all data on the internet is in jeopardy

Andrew Tippetts, Journalism

January 5, 2018

Filed under Opinion

NET NEUTRALITY is freedom in and on the internet. Our freedom on the internet has always been taken for granted by people of all ages, sizes, and shapes. Net neutrality is the concept that keeps that freedom on the net alive a...

Depression is scary, and it happens to people you know

Alexus Gillette, Journalist

January 5, 2018

Filed under Opinion

DEPRESSION. Whether we’d like to admit it or not, is something that affects many of us. We would all like to either sweep it under the rug or just fix it entirely. The fact of the matter is that most people don't take depressi...

Teresa series is supernatural

Gwenda Loloma, Journalist

November 8, 2017

Filed under Opinion

“YOU DON’T love someone because they’re a dream of perfection. You love them because of the way they meet their challenges.” If you are interested in reading books in the supernatural and romantic thriller genre, then...

Fall’s trends feel retro

Tiffany Nguy, Journalist

November 8, 2017

Filed under Opinion

WALKING INTO this fall, I've seen many fashion trends. Some have surprised me while most trends seem pretty normal for the fall season. Of course, the Starbucks pumpkin spice latte will always be an essential for the season as well as orig...

Creative people sometimes have nowhere to go

Taea Edwards, Journalist

November 6, 2017

Filed under Opinion

WRITERS, painters, editors, singers, actors, poets and any other person with a skill or talent that you are dying to unleash into our world: listen up. The amount of artists in this world is growing rapidly, whether that be so...

Mi Caramelo satisfies hunger for tacos

Jonathan Manriquez, Journalist

November 6, 2017

Filed under Opinion

TACOS Mi Caramelo was a great place I visited not that long ago. The tacos were small, but they had this flavor that made me feel at home when I took the first bite. The order comes with the two small tortillas, choice of meat...

Standing or sitting for the national anthem?

Eric A. Antonio, Journalist

November 2, 2017

Filed under Opinion

IN THE year 2016, Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the national anthem to protest police brutality and racial injustice. It became one of the most controversial protests in the United States currently. On Sunday, September...

Letter to the Editor

Dailyn Brinas, Journalist

October 6, 2017

Filed under Opinion

WE ALL can agree, technology is the new wave of the modern gen- eration. Our life and our needs revolve around the source of that intimidatingly bright screen that can satisfy your needs in little to no time. The techn...

Trump ends DACA, forces congress to act

Jonathan Manriquez, Journalist

October 6, 2017

Filed under Opinion

THE NEWS came that President Trump ended DACA, but he had delayed the action for six months. The reason he delayed the action was because he is giving Con- gress a chance to save DACA. He believes that President Ob...

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