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The Pomegranate

The Student News Site of Granada High School

The Pomegranate

The Student News Site of Granada High School

The Pomegranate

Flags line the driveway and adorn each grave at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, also known as the Punchbowl, in observance of Memorial Day.

This Month in History: May

Taelyr Chamberlain, Reporter May 25, 2023

May is a spring month of pride, success, and good will leading into the summer months ahead. May 4: May 4 is used to celebrate the Star Wars media franchise created by filmmaker George Lucas. Lucas...

This Month in History: April

This Month in History: April

Taelyr Chamberlain, Reporter April 25, 2023

April, a spring month, has many significant dates that are still remembered and honored to this day. April 1. April 1 is celebrated as April Fools’ Day by many cultures. It involves playing tricks...

This Month in History: March

This Month in History: March

Taelyr Chamberlain, Reporter March 14, 2023

March has been a month of growth and development in history. National Women’s History Month is just one of the many remarkable events to take place in March.  March 3, 1913 The Women’ Suffrage...

Granadas sand volleyball courts

Club Spotlight: Sand Volleyball Club

Taelyr Chamberlain and Kate Wang October 13, 2022

The Granada sand volleyball club is a place for volleyball lovers on campus to unite and allow members condition while also having fun. People have been using the sand courts on campus to play in the sand...

Mosquito Fire

Taelyr Chamberlain, Reporter September 19, 2022

On the night of Tuesday, September 6, 2022, a raging wildfire broke out on Mosquito Ridge Road, near the Oxbow Reservoir in the Tahoe National Forest, in between the border of Placer and El Dorado counties....

Causes of Most Recent Heat Wave

Causes of Most Recent Heat Wave

Taelyr Chamberlain, Reporter September 13, 2022

For the past week, a surge of heat has been threatening California residents with temperatures as high as 116 degrees. The September 2022 heatwave has been one of the most deadly and prominent heat waves...

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