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Top 5 Dress Colors When Shopping

by Sam Keer and Hailey Wyneken

September 12, 2017

Do you wanna be prepared when you go dress shopping for homecoming? Well these are some of the frequent dress colors in the stores.  Blush Pink Navy Blue Black Red White   ...

Top 5 Ways to Ask

by Sam Keer and Hailey Wyneken

September 11, 2017

                                                            Do you not know how you are going to ask someone to homecoming? Check out our list of ways that you could...                                                                     ...

Editorial | An Evolution of Music

Editorial | An Evolution of Music

March 5, 2017

     The evolution of music into the popular styles of modern day society is a change that appeal...

Where’s the Snow?

by Audrey Corrado and Shelbie Johnson

December 14, 2016

     Throughout the year ski season usually starts from mid October to early November. However this year the lack of snow has pushed these opening dates back toward late November and even early December.      In mid November temperatures reached 80 degrees, topping the previous record set in 1941. With such high temp...

Standing United in the United States

by Makenna Allen, Reporter

December 2, 2016

Demonstrators swarmed the streets of Dallas, Portland, Boston, and Chicago, as well  neighborhoods outside campuses such as the University of California, Los Angeles.  According to the New York Times, protests of “Dump Trump” and “Not Our President” rang in the New York air outside Trump Tower in New York City.  In ...

Burning the American Flag

by Haley Lena, Details and Design Editor

November 12, 2016

The burning of our symbol of Liberty and Freedom, the American Flag, in the parking lot on Nov. 9, has initiated a firestorm of comments and conversation throughout the school and the community -- most of it on social media. Some wonder if burning the flag is even legal. After the United States Supreme Court Case,...

Halloween is a Dying Holiday

by Alex Shaffer, Editor in Chief

November 1, 2016

When I was younger I remember standing at a door for five minutes in a line of kids to get candy. Now you ring a doorbell and the reason you are waiting is because the people are scrambling around to see what they can find for the trick-or-treater’s because they didn’t expect any.

Photo by: Alex Shaffer.

Are Clowns a Threat?

November 1, 2016

Vague sightings of clowns, threat or not, have been reported. Abc’s Denver 7 has stated that the Denver Police Department responded to the area of East 53rd Avenue and Kittredge Street at 8:20 Friday Morning, on a report that a student saw a clown across the street and the clown grabbed her and tried to kidnap her.

Presidential Election 2016

by Connor Fuchs and Alec Sutula

October 26, 2016

With the 2016 Presidential Election in less than two weeks, here is a look at the views on certain issues from candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump   Hillary Clinton: Foreign Policy-  “Maintain a strong military, strengthen alliances, being firm but wise with our rivals, defeating ISIS and enforc...

Mock Election 2016

October 24, 2016

     Here at Rock Canyon, there are only few who are eligible to vote in this year’s election. Some...

Should You Upgrade?

by Alex Shaffer, Editor in Chief

October 17, 2016

The announcement of the iPhone 7 was the biggest technology event the world has ever seen based off the amount of viewers and reaction to the event; however, it didn’t exactly get all the positive response Apple was looking for. Even though people really like the improvements and new colors (Jet Black and Black) they...

Corn Maze Confusion

by Makenna Allen, Reporter

October 17, 2016

The brittle corn crackled all around. I shuddered as I imagined a spooky figure emerging from the faded stalks. Had I stepped by mistake into the haunted version of the 8-acre After Dark Corn Maze at Chatfield Farms? After several minutes of tiptoeing across hard-packed dirt with my “free glow-stick” held defensively in...