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The Three Musketeers

The drama department of Ashland High School has once again brought to life a capturing story. The Three Musketeers is a must see, a night of fun for all ages, full of swordfights, jokes, adventure, romance, and really handsome lead actors. Cry with laughter at this over-the-top comedy. The Three Musketeers is the story of D’Artagnan (Jon Conelly), a ...Full Article

Girl, Stolen

   Take a classic boy meets girl story and twist it up into boy kidnaps girl. That is the beginning of Girl, Stolen by April Henry. Cheyenne is a ...Full Article

The Night She Disappeared

Kayla Cutler goes missing one night while delivering several pizzas to an imaginary address and fake name.  The man who calls for the delivery asks for the girl with ...Full Article

Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe

Aristotle Mendoza is a pretty average and angsty fifteen-year old. No friends, no social life, nothing to do all summer, and sometimes he feels as though simply being fifteen ...Full Article

Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark continue in their never-ending struggle against the Capitol. The 75th Hunger Games is about to begin with all the old victors forced to play. ...Full Article

The Turning: Book Review.

Recently, critically acclaimed author Francine Prose visited our town and school. For me, writing is something that always seemed interesting, so I went and heard her speak. She portrayed ...Full Article


Darkfall is a novel which epitomizes Dean Koontz’s writing style. Creepy and chilling, the book opens with a gang leader sequestered inside his house, protected by a single bodyguard. ...Full Article


Ilsa Bick’s Ashes is a dystopian novel with a few zombies thrown in for zest. It starts with Alex, a terminally ill 17-year old, hiking near Lake Superior. Her ...Full Article

Plan a Holiday Movie Night!

Have you turned on the television recently? Almost every classic holiday movie should be on 24/7. The closer Christmas inches towards us, the more holiday spirit people want to ...Full Article

The End, for Jordan and the Wheel

“The Wheel weaves as the Wheel wills,” as is said in the popular book series called “The Wheel of Time“. Since Eye of the World was published in 1990, ...Full Article