Judge Gerald A. Williams explains why you should never ignore court fines––especially speeding tickets!

Court Fines Judge Gerald A. Williams explains why you should never ignore court fines––especially speeding tickets! By Judge Gerald A. Williams All bills are important, and at some point, must be paid. However, some of the worst bills that you can ignore are fines generated by municipal and by justice courts. A simple mistake and some hard times can cause a downward spiral. For example, perhaps you get a sp ...

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Student reporter Marcella Baietto talks Boulder Creek High School football

Go Jags! Student reporter Marcella Baietto talks Boulder Creek High School football. By Marcella Biaetto Boulder Creek High School’s varsity football team is poised for success this season. Head football coach Brandon Willard, who joined BC’s coaching staff in 2014, leads the Jaguars, a division-one team. Brandon made dramatic changes in his first year at BC, only to improve the team as a whole. It paid off ...

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The 85086 Book Club delves into a deeper––and longer––novel.

 A Fall Read  The 85086 Book Club delves into a deeper––and longer––novel.  by: Kris Gresh Summer reads can be so much fun and can provide a short, entertaining escape from reality. I think they should be engaging but not too deep. And I also like when they just flow and you travel along with them. That being said, I enjoyed The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins as a “summer read.” It definitely was a fast ...

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Things to Do… September

THINGS TO DO… SEPTEMBER   Compiled by Sara Goodwin   1 & 15 The Daisy Mountain Tea Party Patriots meet to listen to educational speakers, authors, and candidates for public office. The meetings also include an opportunity for involvement in both supporting and holding elected officials accountable as well as updates on issues being addressed or considered by various local, state, and federal o ...

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Boulder Creek’s Jaguar Pride Band revisits Broadway in new uniforms.

 Do You Hear the Jaguars Play? Boulder Creek’s Jaguar Pride Band revisits Broadway in new uniforms. By Kaitlin Olsen Fall is marching-band season. Although some consider marching bands as a simple football half-time filler, proud band geeks everywhere protest that idea with cries as loud and strong as those of a sousaphone. To individuals willing to take the time to appreciate it, marching band is truly an ...

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Student reporter Marcella Baietto offers a rundown of Boulder Creek High School events that merit anticipation

A Look Forward Student reporter Marcella Baietto offers a rundown of Boulder Creek High School events that merit anticipation. By: Marcella Baietto As a student who attends Boulder Creek High School and someone who has an immense interest in journalism, I am happy to introduce myself as 85086 Magazine’s new student journalist for this school year. My name is Marcella Baietto, and I’m so appreciative of havi ...

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Seven Game-Changing Cocktail Trends

Seven Game-Changing Cocktail Trends By Linda Losey   More Playfulness, Less Pretention Preciousness and pomposity has taken a back seat to professionalism, opting for homespun hospitality over haughtiness. Cocktailing is becoming simpler, with a lowbrow laid-back sensibility on the rise. Small Batch Is Still Big The American Distilling Institute reports the meteoric rise in craft and microdistilleries, wher ...

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Teacher Stacy Shane shares the transformative power of dance with her students.

Moved by Dance  Teacher Stacy Shane shares the transformative power of dance with her students.  By: Lauren Bukoskey School districts across the nation deal with budget cuts and are forced to eliminate programs. Extracurriculars such as the performing arts have been cut back at a number of schools. Even though the arts have been shown to effectively benefit kids’ learning, schools often don’t have any choic ...

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How to stay motivated in the face of challenges and obstacles.

Fuel the Entrepreneurial Flame  How to stay motivated in the face of challenges and obstacles. By: Matthew Toren Whether it was yesterday or 15 years ago, you must have felt at some time—perhaps many times––that spark of inspiration and the rush that goes with it. But no one ever said that starting and running a business was easy. Even first-time entrepreneurs recognize that challenges and obstacles are par ...

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