Monthly Archive: January 2016

Jan 22

Youth Small Game and Waterfowl Hunting in Colorado

  Editorial by Matheu Nolte Youth small game hunting in Colorado is a great opportunity to take out your kids and have them have a time of their life when they connect to nature. Youth small game hunting is considerably cheap compared to adult hunting, youth small game tags usually cost around $1.75 and an …

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Jan 21

Star Wars the Force Awakens

Editorial by David Smith-Tomassoni The seventh Star Wars has made over a billion dollars in 12 days, that’s a lot of money! They are also making more money because people are buying and watching the older movies. According to Techradar, this movie is really worth watching. They say it’s “A worthy sequel” and they enjoy …

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Jan 21

The Like Meter: Is Social Media Taking Over?

Editorial by Jillian Myers   According to BBC News, about 1.5 billion people have a Facebook account. About 65 percent of that population, they claim, use it daily. I think social media has greatly impacted our world in both good ways and bad. It has allowed us to easily contact distant family and friends, but …

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Jan 21

Whale Hunting

Editorial by David Heredia Whale hunting is still legal in some countries and in those countries they kill over 2,000 whales a year. People have done this for hundreds of years. They kill them for personal reasons and for fun. They hunt them for money. People pay a lot of money for the whales that …

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Jan 21

Protecting Wildlife

Editorial by Kaylee Fabini There are many things that are a threat to wildlife. Some of these are invasive species, herbicides and pesticides. But there are ways to help the wildlife. Ways to help: Recycling, reducing energy and goods consumption Minimize use of herbicides and pesticides Place decals on windows Slow down when driving Join …

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Jan 21

Helping the Underprivileged

Editorial by Rachel Entrekin We all hate hearing about all the terrible things that happen in the world. World hunger, abused dogs, and destroyed lives. It is because of these things and much more that inspired me to write this article. I want to motivate as many people as possible to help everyone and everything …

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Jan 21

Who Will Win the Super Bowl?

Editorial by Blake Bishop Breaking news There are too many good teams so no one knows who’s going to the super bowl this year. Who will be in super bowl 50? So far the projections say that the the St. Louis Cardinals are going to play the New England Patriots, but will that be true? Since there …

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Jan 13

The laws of Drones

Editorial by Jace Schirrmacher Introduction Lately, drones have had a lot of hatred due to the privacy of the camera drones. This past year, congress passed a law saying that any type of drone that weighs over 1 pound must be certified with the FAA. They have done this because when a drone reaches the …

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Jan 13

Alaska Hunting,is it Worth it?

Editorial by Greysen Nygard Hunting in Alaska is a hunt of a lifetime. But it is also a hunt to break the bank. To go moose hunting for 11 days, it averages about $22,500.00 per person. That is not including gear, food, camp, etc. Typically you would go with two or more people. That’s why …

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Jan 13

Less School

Editorial by Alexandro Dominguez I think we should have less school. I think I speak for all of my audience and peers when I say, “less school.” I think this because school is stressful, sad, and irritating. I think it’s unfair we have 10 months of school and only 2 or 3 months of summer. …

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