Ranger Review

Breeding is joy

Breeding is joy

Marlee Mikesell, Ranger Review Reporter

October 3, 2018

According to Gallup, forty-four percent of Americans have dogs; however, Ashley Lopez 10 is more than just a dog owner, she is a dedicated dog breeder. Lopez has bred dogs for almost six years. She has five Boston-Terriers that she calls family, but has bred a total of 25 puppies that have been adopt...

Senioritis is a real thing

Senioritis is a real thing

Hannah Van Duren, Editor

October 3, 2018

Brooke Rodenberg 12, is a senior at Lewis-Palmer High School. She has been a varsity cheerleader now for 3 years and loves it. She is involved in school activities and takes advantage of the opportunities that her high school gives her. Rodenberg says she enjoys being a senior here at LP. “I l...

Making Fantasy a Reality

Making Fantasy a Reality

Kacy Mull, Ranger Review Reporter

October 3, 2018

Fanfiction is a way for Gracie Hess 9 to make fantasy a reality, to express things that aren’t possible in real life. Basing her stories off of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Hess uses her OCs (original characters) to change the course of the story or reinvent it to something more original and put...

Family living 8,895 miles away

Family living 8,895 miles away

Anna Icke, Ranger Review Reporter

October 3, 2018

The ability to visit our relatives by only a short drive or plane ride is a privilege many Americans take for granted. But for Anita Gichuki 9 to visit her cousins, aunts and uncles, she has to fly 8,895 miles across the Atlantic Ocean to the Kikuyu tribe in Nairobi, Kenya. “My brother and I were born in Kenya. My p...

Heroic senior official in Trump administration publishes anonymous letter in NY Times

Heroic senior official in Trump administration publishes anonymous letter in NY Times

Jakob Aggers, Editor in Chief

September 25, 2018

On September 5, 2018 the New York Times published an anonymous Op-ed essay written by a senior official in the Trump administration. The Times has released a statement that it will protect the identity of the author as his or her job would be jeopardized by its disclosure. The essay itself establishe...

The double standard in tennis is real

The double standard in tennis is real

Sophia Artley, Editor

September 16, 2018

The U.S. Open Championships has received much more press coverage than in years past, and for one reason: a woman threw a “tantrum”. It all started when the umpire Carlos Ramos issued a a game penalty for what he said was coaching violation. Williams disputed the violation calling out the do...

Q&A with Justin Daigle, renowned yearbook advisor

Q&A with Justin Daigle, renowned yearbook advisor

Rebecca Crook, Jakob Aggers, and Kathryn Juhasz

July 10, 2018

Justin Daigle is the Yearbook advisor for Brighton high school in  He also works as the English Department chair and Avid Coordinator at Brighton in addition to teaching journalism classes. He’s worked there for 14 years. At Rocky Mountain Journalism Camp 2018, our staff got a chance to ask Daigl...


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