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Albert Lea High School Newspaper


Albert Lea High School Newspaper


Albert Lea High School Newspaper


Senior Alexis Godtland

Proud Of Who I Have Become

Alexis Godtland, Staff Writer May 10, 2024

I will dedicate this goodbye to my brother, Ayden. I have made many good memories here with my friends, but this school year was different from other ones. Throughout this year, my brother’s absence...

Senior Ali Hafstad

Thanks For the Opportunities

Ali Hafstad, Online Editor May 10, 2024

Moving to Albert Lea as a Sophomore has been a journey. I would love for this to be a Senior goodbye filled with class memories with all my peers, but sadly it’s not. I am acquainted with a small portion...

Senior Courtney Oakland

The Memories I Will Take With

Courtney Oakland, Staff Writer May 10, 2024

I never noticed senior year was right around the corner until it was already here. Everyone always talks about high school going by way too fast, but you never notice how fast high school can go by until...

Upcoming Senior Year Anxiety

Maddee Anderson, Staff Writer May 10, 2024

As a soon-to-be-senior it feels as though there is constantly something new to stress about. The thought of the upcoming year being my last year of high school is something I can not wrap my head around....

This infographic depicts Ahlahasas rankings from best (top) to worst (bottom).

Hasa Trys

Carley Ladlie, Staff Writer May 10, 2024

In honor of this year’s spring play, “Empowered”, about the trials and tribulations of selling Girl Scout cookies, we decided to put these economy-crashing treats to the test. We must admit ranking...

The Maid

The Maid

Rosa Corey-Gruenes, Editor May 10, 2024

“The Maid” by Anita Prose is a classic whodunnit storyline. Throughout the book, we follow Molly the maid, who has just lost her grandmother. Throughout this loss, she is coping with the way she has...

Senior Mariajose Ruiz-Ceronio

Slipping Through My Fingers

Mariajose Ruiz, Staff Writer May 10, 2024

It's only a matter of days before I have to put on that navy blue cap and gown. When that moment comes, it'll feel like whatever of my childhood that is left will slip through my fingers. Before that...

Editor Rosa Corey-Gruenes (11) and Josephine Petersen (11) show off their ten dollar outfits thrifted from The Salvation Army in early March.

Hasa Trys

Kae Bee, Staff Writer April 9, 2024

Throwback to our editorial on Free Spring Break Activities, the Ahlahasa Newspaper were discussing as a group one day about, what could you do in a small town during spring break? You could go on a run...

The sky on March 14 of spring break.

It’s Not a Break

Maddee Anderson, Staff Writer April 9, 2024

Spring break is a time where students are supposed to be able to take a much needed break from school. However, this isn’t the case for everyone. While some students take trips and have a good time with...

Saguaro Cacti in the San Tan Valley.

Taking a Break

Rosa Corey-Gruenes, Editor April 9, 2024

In my 17 years on this earth, I have never been on a spring break, until I traveled to Arizona with my family. Arizona is well-known as the Grand Canyon state, however, we were staying in Queen Creek...

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