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Graciela Ramirez

Graciela Ramirez, Staff Writer

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Senior Exit Interviews Should Remain a Choice

April 25, 2021

It’s that time of year again where Godinez Fundamental High School (GFHS) has senior exit portfolio interviews where they have the opportunity to showcase their hard work the past four years.  Unfortunately...

Former employee maintenance mechanic, Jeff Cessna, who retired from Southern Calif. Edison after 32 years, in his Santa Ana neighborhood. Photo taken March 5, 2021 at 8:34 a.m.

Why the Lights went out in Texas

March 3, 2021

So why did Texas have such a huge, devastating power outage?  Jeff Cessna, who I interviewed for this article, is a retired maintenance mechanic who worked for Southern California Edison for more than...

Photo taken by Edgar Rios of the snow that accumulated on a road in Houston, Texas, in front of Ergard Rios house on Feb. 20, 2021.

Snow Storm in Texas causes a Domino Effect on Texans

March 2, 2021

Editor's Note: With the nation shocked at Texas' surprise storm and the ensuing statewide power outages, our journalist Graciela Ramirez, who has relatives in Austin, shares her family's struggle to survive...

To encourage new years resolutions that stick, try making a list and prioritizing.

Keeping Up with Your New Year’s Resolutions

February 10, 2021

Last year started a new decade. Many held high goals, although the year 2020 didn’t end up being what they wanted. It ended up far worse. And now, we are still hoping that our lives improve in 2021.  A...

The author, Graciela Ramirez (far left) at a family celebration on July 20, 2019.

What We can be Grateful for in 2020

November 20, 2020

For the first year of a new decade, 2020 has been tragic; everyone has been negatively affected this year one way or another. We have all gone through struggles. With so many tragedies and hardships, we...

Some pumpkins that are carved, decorated and masked for Halloween. Photo taken on October 11, 2020 in Santa Ana, Calif.

Pandemic Spooks Trick-or-Treaters

October 12, 2020

Halloween is around the corner and on a Saturday this year, and as people get into the Halloween spirit they need to stay safe.  Due to COVID-19, the CDC recommended these guidelines, leaving people...

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