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Top picks on where to eat before homecoming

Culinary Dropout in downtown Gilbert may be a little more on the expensive side, but offers a lot of fun and variety for a pre-hoco meal with friends.

Kenna Cassey, Staff Reporter

September 13, 2019

Sometimes the homecoming group may be indecisive about where to go to eat. When they are wondering about what and where they want to go, look for some fun and fresh new restaurants in some hot spots around town.  Some fun places to go and eat around town, either a chain or local, should meet a few requirements. Fun...

PHS comes through for Irion family

Shari Irion (left), Jerald Irion (right). Used with permission from Irion family.

Morgan Chung, Staff Reporter

May 23, 2017

When Perry holds a fundraiser to help a fellow Puma, the school comes together as a family to support them. This year Perry has held a large fundraiser for a science teacher’s, Jerald Irion’s, wife, who was involved in an accident on Apr. 20. In response to the incident, Perry came together and resolved to raise ...

2016 Great Arizona Mosquito Hunt arrives at Perry

2016 Great Arizona Mosquito Hunt arrives at Perry

Morgan Chung, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2016

In the past two years the town of Gilbert has seen an increase in the number of mosquitos. During the monsoon season, even Perry cannot escape them. Environmental Science teacher Jill Irvin and her classes are helping with research by conducting experiments to catch the mosquitoes on campus. The ...

Gilbert number one place to live if you are trying to save money

Cassie Nielsen, Website and Media Editor

May 17, 2016

Just one month ago Gilbert, Arizona was no longer a city that only the people who lived there thought was awesome. Huffpost columnist Cameron Huddleston wrote an article titled, “15 Best Places to Live If You're Trying to Save Money (and 15 worst).” Placed number one on that list was none other tha...

Olivia Vernon brings determination to girls basketball in 2015-16

Olivia Vernon shoots a free throw at the Perry vs. Gilbert girls basketball game.

Caden Johnson, Staff Reporter

December 14, 2015

Junior Olivia Vernon, the starting point guard at Perry, is leaving a trail of success behind her as she works hard to excel in both high school and club girls basketball. Vernon has been playing club basketball along with school basketball since sixth grade, and has been widely recognized by others...

Bergies Coffee offers community-based atmosphere

Bergies Coffee offers community-based atmosphere

Mackenzie Ness, Staff Reporter

May 20, 2015

Bergies Coffee Roast House is more of a small cottage than a café, encompassing a room that allows for a few circular tables, benched seating, and a kitchen for two to move around almost comfortably. Its iron gates lead into an elongated garden, speckled with brightly colored chairs and earth-toned...

Serrano Q &A: Graduation happenings

Paige Coakley, Editor In Chief

April 20, 2015

It is that time of year again; where all of the lovely seniors dawn their navy and maroon caps and gowns and line up for that wonderful march up the stage, waiting to be handed that little piece of paper saying the last four years of their lives were worth it. However, there are some things that need...

Problems in Gilbert Public Schools Brings More Teachers to Perry

Clyde McDonald, Writer

April 29, 2014

Teachers are finding more and more reasons to leave their schools, specifically Gilbert Public Schools (GPS), to find a more comfortable place here in the Chandler Unified School District (CUSD). Due to problems such as finances, workload, and safety in their school system, educators are willing to p...

Girls basketball continues to struggle

Mike McGilton, Staff Writer

January 21, 2014

The girls’ varsity basketball team has been on a seven game losing streak since the middle of December. Their last victory came against Gilbert (52-35) on Dec. 13. The Lady Pumas have been struck with scoring problems and have been missing the great play of senior Rachel Amerine who has missed multiple...

Libby’s El Rey Review

Sydney Redman, Staff Reporter

May 22, 2013

Globe Miami area is long known for their style of authentic mexican food. From the East end  of the town of Miami to the far west end of Globe is less than 20 miles. In that space there are a total of 10 restaurants; La Luz del Dia, Irenes, El Ranchito, Burger House/Casa de Renoso, El Rey, Guayos El ...

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