Izzy Nickerson

Izabella Nickerson is an editor and chief for the UHS newspaper and a Junior at Ukiah High School. Izabella enjoys playing sports like tennis and volleyball, baking/cooking, and being outdoors. Izabella is creative and hardworking doing her part to make the UHS newspaper informative and entertaining. Izabella has been a part of the UHS news team for 3 years. She enjoys writing about the sports that students participate in at Ukiah High School as well as articles addressing women's rights and more. She would like to continue Journalism and make a career out of it. Becoming a sports journalist or a sports broadcaster.

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Ukiah High Tennis Duo, Muniz, and Jacobs, Clinch 3rd Place in Doubles Tournament 

The Ukiah High News team would like to congratulate Junior Nicole Muniz and Senior Maritza Jacobs, the dynamic single players of the UHS Tennis team. The duo participated and won 3rd place in the annual doubles tournament at Santa Rosa Junior College on November 1st and 2nd.

Aaron O’Brien Returns Home to be Ukiah High’s New Athletic Director

Aaron O’Brien grew up in Ukiah and told us he wanted to return home. He noticed an open athletic director position at Ukiah High School and jumped at the opportunity.

With Student Safety Top-Priority, Security Fencing Will Be Installed Around Ukiah High School

Without security fencing, UUSD’s middle schools and Ukiah High do not have “the ability to lock a campus down in case of an emergency.” This vulnerability undermines the district’s number one goal: “doing everything we can to keep you guys protected”.

Ukiah High School’s Jadyn Diaz On Receiving Jersey Mike’s Naismith High School Basketball Courage Award

“These kinds of things never happen to people I know, let alone me.” 

Ukiah High Students Are Being Accepted at Higher Rates to UC Colleges Than Rival Schools, Data Shows

“Lots of UHS seniors work hard to make a better life for themselves.” 

Wildcat Wrestling Bout Turns Bloody

12th grader Audrey Lanzit proves that Wildcats will push through the pain even when it's running down their face.