Category Archive: Features

People highlights or community events

Mar 11

Are Animals A Threat Or A Problem?

According to the City of Longmont website, animals like dogs and cats that might be feral, lost or even strays, are caught by animal catchers. Many people don’t want rabid animals running around their neighborhoods. People don’t want rabid animals running around because they could be sick, or even deadly to young children, adults, and …

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Mar 11

Are Streaming Companies Taking Over?

Lots of people have at least one streaming network or have heard of them. They are businesses that allow you to stream movies right from your home. This is a lot better than things like Redbox because you will not have to leave your home. These streaming networks include, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu Plus, Apple …

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Mar 06

Global Warming; How Big is The Problem?

  There are lots of concerns about global warming. Most people know what it is and how it’s affecting our world, but they aren’t doing anything about it. Global warming is considered by most people an opinion, but 99% of scientists think it’s real. Global warming affects everyone’s climate and especially the North and South …

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Mar 02

Measles Why They’re Dangerous!

What are measles you ask? Well, measles are an infectious disease causing fever and a red rash on the skin. According to the site Center for Disease Control and Prevention, this disease has been traced back to the ‘’ninth century where a Persian doctor published the first written account of measles. In 1912, measles became …

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Feb 25

The Worst of the NFL. Scandals and Arrests

The National Football League (NFL)’s image has been subject to criticism in past years. The 2014 season saw the worst year in the league’s history. The league has been degraded and criticized for scandals and the actions of players. The NFL has suffered from much criticism because of scandals. Angel Nevarez, 8th grader, said,”The most …

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Feb 19

Technology Is Running Our Lives, How Can We Stop It?

Technology is everywhere in today’s society, we have computers in our pockets and touch screen televisions. Like many others, you love technology or you’re like some who don’t like it or you understand it at times, this article is for you in each case. You might have a love and/or hate relationship with technology, but …

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Feb 12

LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers

The Cleveland Cavaliers are debatably the best team in the NBA. Since the end of last season, they’ve had lots of free agency signings and trades. Not including the first overall pick for the second consecutive year in a row. Also, according to Hoopshypes’ website, they have a payroll of about $81 million dollars ($18 …

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Feb 12

Coal Ridge Girls’ Basketball Rocked This Year

Basketball was invented in 1891, by Dr.James Naismith. In the present day there are new rules and the game has gotten more intense. Now you can go to college, or play in the NBA for men and women’s teams. According to The History of Basketball Timeline | Timetoast Timelines, on Jan. 1, 1892, Sendra Berenson …

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Feb 12

You Think You Know Valentine’s Day But Do You?

You might be asking yourself a question on February 14, This question might be what’s so special about this day? A lot of people think that Valentine’s Day is the day to express your feeling and show the love you have for one another. But it is more than that, it is the day to …

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Feb 11

2014/2015 NFL Season. Surprises and Upsets

This NFL season has been an entertaining one. There has been surprises on and off the field. Jax Wilke, an 8th grader, says,”The most surprising thing was how C.J Anderson stepped up and performed at an elite level for the Denver Broncos.” C.J Anderson finished the 2014-2015 season with 849 yards on 179 caries, 8 …

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