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Senioritis is a real thing

Senioritis is a real thing

Hannah Vanduren, Editor

October 9, 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...

Student travels abroad

Student travels abroad

Madison Squibb, Ranger Review Reporter

October 9, 2018

Here at Lewis-Palmer High School, students are very familiar with foreign exchange students from other countries, but it’s not everyday one of our own goes abroad.  Isabel Hebenstreit 11 is going to attend a school in Argentina second semester of this year. When Hebenstreit was in the 7th grade she went o...

Junior finds passion in riding horses

Junior finds passion in riding horses

Sarah Wright, Ranger Review Reporter

October 5, 2018

Elizabeth Guagenti 11 says that the best part of horse-riding is the connection between the horse and the rider. She has been riding horses for around twelve years, and has competed and specialized in many different horse-riding events, the most recent being reining. Lately, she has especially focused on a...

A future in crime scene investigation

A future in crime scene investigation

Shelby Patton, Ranger review reporter

October 5, 2018

“A crime scene investigator is, more often than not, a member of law enforcement who is responsible for identifying, collecting, preserving, and packaging physical evidence at the scene of a crime,” according to crimesceneinvestigator.edu.org. Kayla Cheesman 10 is a student at Lewis-Palmer who is interested...

An actor walking to fame

An actor walking to fame

Clayton Saunders, Ranger Review Reporter

October 5, 2018

The path to fame is considered by many, one of the most difficult lifestyles to get started in for an aspiring actor. Shaun Murphy 12 at Lewis-Palmer High School has chosen that it is the path for him. Murphy is participating in Lewis-Palmer’s drama program and is playing a role in the upcoming musical....

Sophomore makes a difference at Mill Dog Rescue

Sophomore makes a difference at Mill Dog Rescue

Maddie Weidner, Ranger Review Reporter

October 5, 2018

The National Mill Dog Rescue is an organization that rescues dogs who are bred for money and kept in horrible conditions. A student at Lewis-Palmer spends her free time to help make a change. Paige Christensen 10 volunteers at the National Mill Dog Rescue whenever she can and has been for the past f...

Student trains to be firefighter

Student trains to be firefighter

Carter Caines, RangerReview Reporter

October 5, 2018

Adam Bumgarner 12, is a student at Lewis-Palmer High School who is training to be a Firefighter. Adam trains on a daily basis with the local Fire Chief and five other high school students. He trains on weekends with the occasional weekday by putting out pre-set fires and by learning all the paramedic...

Putting a town on the map

Putting a town on the map

Justin Dahl, Ranger Review Reporter

October 3, 2018

One day while he was scrolling through his emails, Johnathan Behm 12 saw he had received a message from the Colorado Rockies asking if he would like to be an MLB draft prospect. The first thing he thought was, “It was a humbling experience, I was just glad that it happened because I worked so hard.” ...

Behind the Beauty

Behind the Beauty

Madeline Bane, Ranger Review Reporter

October 3, 2018

The Lewis Palmer theater program has created a legacy of fantastic musical and play productions. For this year’s musical, drama students will be performing Beauty and the Beast. Kylee Crews 11, will be playing the lead, Belle. In order to prepare, Crews says she has watched the movie several times ...

Man found alive five days after senior center fire

Man found alive five days after senior center fire

Macee Trottner, Editor

October 3, 2018

A 74-year old man was found alive in his second floor apartment five days after fire broke out in the building. On Wednesday, September 19 in Washington D.C. residents of the Arthur Capper Senior Housing Center were evacuated by the D.C. firefighters. Officials with DC Fire and EMS said in a news rel...


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