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January 24, 2019

Saddle Up for the Annual Stock Show and Rodeo

Holly Rivera, Editorials Editor

January 24, 2019

The time has come again for rodeo competitors and livestock owners to compete to become this year's National Western Stock Show champions. This event is held every January in Denver and is one of the first events of the year fo...

New Year, New Beginnings for Colorado

Arianna Sanchez, Business and Marketing Team Member

January 22, 2019

On Tuesday, January 8, 2019, history was made at the state capitol in Denver as Colorado's new Governor, Jared Polis (DEM.), was sworn in. Polis would replace John Hickenlooper as the 43rd governor. Born and raised in Colorado, he...

Trump’s Wall of Misfortune: Hoping for a Breakthrough

Joshua Smith, Culture and Relations Team

January 22, 2019

As of January 23, it has been 33 days since President Donald Trump’s second government shutdown went into effect. The controversy surrounding the infamous wall across the Mexican-United States border has not only caused the ...

Change for the LGBTQ Community

Holly Rivera, Editorials Editor

December 6, 2018

Over the years, the LGBTQ community has seen a lot of change, from people’s opinions to government movements. Amerca has legalized gay marriage, which has affected many people's lives. More recently, Colorado has passed a law allow...

Traveling the 5C(s)

Peyton East, Sports Editor

December 6, 2018

If you’re like me, you are probably wondering what the heck 5C is, and why it is important to all students in the Adams 12 Five Star School district.  Well, buckle up-- because you are about to get a full course on why we ...

Appreciating Our Veterans

Holly Rivera, Editorials Editor

December 6, 2018

Veterans Day is a holiday that, as students, we hardly notice other than the fact that it’s usually a day where we get to sleep in. What we don’t usually consider about this holiday is our fellow Americans who, 100 years ago...

Reforms in Congress; Things are Changing

Jaden Marolt, Culture and Relationship Team

December 6, 2018

It’s the 20th century: an age of change, and with that, many improvements. One such major change is that, of the 535 people who hold seats in Congress, 107 of them are women, making up approximately 20% of Congress. More than ...

Interpreting the Midterm Elections and What They Mean for Colorado

Interpreting the Midterm Elections and What They Mean for Colorado

Arianna Sanchez, Business and Marketing Team Member

December 6, 2018

The Ghost of Weather Past

Kendall Hudson, Productivity Manager

December 5, 2018

Colorado weather is known for its fluctuating patterns throughout autumn. Each year holds a different tale for how winter holidays could go; they could be warm and sunny reminding us of summer days, yet it could also be snowy and ...

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