Guest Columnist Johnna Smarse: The Meal of Your Life

Many little girls fantasize about growing up and having the perfect wedding.  A generous amount of teenagers continue to devote a surprising amount of brainpower on their preferred venue and color scheme.  Personally, I’ve never put much thought into my future marital status.  That is, until my mother and uncle took it upon themselves to advise me on the subject. […]

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Important senior information

Congratulations Seniors – you did it! As your last year of high school comes to an end, there’s still plenty to look forward to before graduation. There will be a picnic/yearbook signing event as you walk out of school on the last day, teachers and students alike will be performing and giving speeches at Senior Night and you will be […]

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Expanding horizons: Skyline Seniors move across country for college

[googlemap src=”https://www.zeemaps.com/map?group=1436844″ align=”aligncenter” ] [dropcap]F[/dropcap]or college bound seniors, the choice is this: to stay in state, close to home and the comforts of family and friends, or to move away and face the unknown. At Skyline, many students are choosing to leave Colorado in search of an education elsewhere. From Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida to Willamette University in […]

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Led Zeppelin’s “Physical Graffiti” reissue satisfies new generation of listeners

  Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti Reissue Swan Song Records, 2015     Led Zeppelin producer/guitarist Jimmy Page has decided to go on a campaign to remaster Led Zeppelin albums, with featured bonus tracks of previously unheard material including studio outtakes, rough mixes and alternate versions of songs featured on the albums. While there is a big quality difference between the […]

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