March 2014 archive

Mar 12

Spring Break

Spring break is a recess in early spring for schools all around the country. Most of the time Spring break is right after testing and finals, so students have a week of freedom and enjoyment. Most high school and college students get out of town with a group of their friends and often they stay …

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Mar 10

Bear-Proof Trash Cans

What would you do if bears were eating your trash? Lately, bears have been eating Boulder citizens’ trash and it’s becoming a problem. In the last year, there have been four incidents where bears have been killed due to eating someone’s trash. Since it’s starting to become a problem, the city council has made a …

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Mar 04

Open Enrollment for High School

There are less than three months left of school and for eighth graders that means that high school registration is going on. There are so many options when it comes to high school and many different advantages and disadvantages that go hand in hand with them. Some schools have special academic programs, like Niwot High …

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Mar 03

Frederick Homicide

If you live in Frederick, you probably heard of the homicide that took place on February 6, 2014.  “I was shocked because when I first heard about it on the news, they found two dead bodies, not even two miles away from my house,” says Amy Gonzales, parent of CRMS student Alex Gonzales. The suspected …

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Mar 03

Disabled or Not?

There are many animals that have an issue of some sort. Some dogs or elephants only have three legs. Others only have two legs, like Duncan Lou Who who is a young boxer puppy was born with four legs, but his back legs were severely deformed and it was really messing with his back so …

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