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Remembering the Lost

Remembering the Lost

Josie Temple, Ranger Review Reporter

December 12, 2016


Filed under Community

A couple of weeks ago, the first anniversary for the Planned Parenthood Shooting passed. 11:40 a.m. on Friday November 27, 2015, a shooting occurred at the Planned Parenthood Clinic located on 3400 block of Centennial Boulevard on the northwest side of Colorado Springs. The tragedy left 3 dead and 9 ...

Let there be light

Let there be light

Ciara Lewis, Ranger Review Reporter

December 12, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, Community

It is that time of year again, the most joyful time of the year to most actually and this year Monument had a special event planned for the town just like they do every year. The town of Monument has decorated the trees that lead into historical Monument and this year, a special event took place on ...

DECA Prep

DECA Prep

December 12, 2016


Filed under Community, Student Life

DECA is a non-profit organization that stands for Distributive Education Clubs of America. This program allows students to prepare for college and future careers. In DECA, students learn a wide range of social skills as well as business skills, along with management, hospitality and marketing. Many ...

Mannequin challenge accepted!

Kenzie Snyder, Ranger Review Reporter

December 8, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, Community

The Mannequin Challenge has taken over the internet. With the fast-paced nature of the internet, viral trends come and go. There is no telling how long the Mannequin challenge will remain relevant. But for now, the mesmerizing, physically demanding stunt has the world's attention, and for good reason, teens ...

State trooper hit and killed by semi-truck

State trooper hit and killed by semi-truck

Rebecca Crook, Ranger Review Reporter

December 8, 2016


Filed under Community

On Saturday, November 26, a state trooper was hit and killed on the side of the road. A food truck hit 34-year-old Cody Donahue as he was investigating a different minor crash with another State trooper at about 1:50 PM on Northbound I-25, near Castle Rock. According to The Denver Channel, At 1:50 p....

Shining Brightly

Shining Brightly

Will Smith, Ranger Review Reporter

December 6, 2016


Filed under Community

The star in Palmer Lake has shined for almost as long as many people have lived in Monument, Colorado. It shines during tough times for America, times of grieving, or during this Christmas season, constantly giving us a sense of hope, but most have no idea about the origin. The idea of the star started with a Mr.B.E. ...

Where’s our Winter Wonderland?

Where’s our Winter Wonderland?

Jaidyn Haneline, Ranger Review Reporter

December 2, 2016


Filed under Communities, Community

Colorado has had its fair share of record breaking snowfalls during the last 100 years, but this year is different because Monument has not had it’s snowfall yet. When people come to Colorado during the winter months it normally has snow before November, but it is not that case so far this year. ...

The answer to a seasonal question

The answer to a seasonal question

Jakob Aggers and John Morrison

November 30, 2016


Filed under Community

Christmas time. The holiday season. As this time of year nears, we are again faced with an annual question: Why do stores put holiday decorations on the shelves so early? In the Tri-lakes area, both Safeway and Walmart participate in these pre-Thanksgiving shelf stockings. Both of these stores in...


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