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Lewis-Palmer High School Wind Symphony band to play for state for music festival

Lewis-Palmer High School Wind Symphony band to play for state for music festival

Ethan Berry, Ranger Review Reporter

April 6, 2015


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On Monday, April 13th, the Lewis-Palmer High School Wind Symphony will be playing for the state music festival. The Wind Symphony is the school band that is made up of the more experienced student musicians who are mostly Juniors and Seniors with some exceptions. Those who wish to join have to audition...

All the enchantment plus a moralistic spin

All the enchantment plus a moralistic spin

Veronica Meredith, Ranger Review Reporter

April 6, 2015


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The most recent Disney adaptation of the beloved fairy tale, Cinderella, presents a fresh perspective on a classic story. With a newfound moral advising courage and kindness as ideal characteristics, the movie offers more advice to its audience than believing in dreams alone. Lily James from Downton Ab...

Longest Ride hits theaters

Longest Ride hits theaters

Preslee Enget, Ranger Review Reporter

April 6, 2015


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Coming to theaters on April 10 is the movie, The Longest Ride. The movie is based on the #1 New York Times Bestselling novel. The book is written by Nicholas Sparks who also wrote The Notebook and Dear John. Both of those books have been made into major production films. The movie is about two different...

Oscar winning acceptance speeches

Oscar winning acceptance speeches

Ashley Cherry, Ranger Review Reporter

March 10, 2015


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The 87th annual academy awards took place on February 22, 2015.  Host, Neil Patrick Harris, dazzled the audience with a musical opening with help from Anna Kendrick and Jack Black. This opening set the tone for a night filled with happiness and thankfulness as various talented people won Oscars for...

McFarland, USA an inspiring film for all ages

McFarland, USA an inspiring film for all ages

Tyler Abbott, Ranger Review Reporter

March 2, 2015


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A feel-good, underdog story; McFarland, USA is inspiring in the sense of what respect to one another can do, and what one person can do for a community. The movie begins with Coach Jim White, played by Kevin Costner, arrives in McFarland, California. McFarland is an overwhelmingly poor Hispanic...

Kingsman: The Secret Service makes its way into theaters

Kingsman: The Secret Service makes its way into theaters

Strydr Silverberg, Ranger Review Reporter

February 26, 2015


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On February 13, 2015, Kingsman: The Secret Service came into theaters across the world. In Kingsman: The Secret Service, Harry Hart is the head of a spy organization called the Kingsman. Hart encounters a regular boy named Gary Unwin and recruits him into the Kingsman’s intense training program....

Christopher McCandless’s adventure through life in Alaska

Christopher McCandless’s adventure through life in Alaska

Kaylee Olson, Ranger Review Reporter

February 19, 2015


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The director, Sean Penn, made a biography about Christopher McCandles's in 2007 called Into The Wild.The movie was based off a true story. A young man, named Christopher McCandless wanted nothing more than to live out in the middle of Alaska. He left his family and donated all of his money to charit...

Noise limit enforced at Red Rocks

Noise limit enforced at Red Rocks

Lauren Manney, Ranger Review Reporter

January 29, 2015


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For years now, Red Rocks Amphitheatre has drawn in hundreds of artists and thousands of fans to enjoy concerts in its unique structure. Performing at Red Rocks is highly regarded as many successful bands and artists have played there over the years such as U2, Coldplay, Stevie Nicks to name a few. Offering...

How to kill Kim Jong Un: A review on The Interview

How to kill Kim Jong Un: A review on The Interview

jackson rorex, Ranger Review Reporter

January 27, 2015


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On December 24th, a majorly controversial film was released across the World. While the movie was not shown in most theatres, it made its way to youtube, Xbox live film and various other movie websites. The film is a comedy about the fictional killing of North Korea’s dictator, Kim Jong Un. The...

Dracula Untold leaves viewers wanting more

Dracula Untold leaves viewers wanting more

Elli Butler, Ranger review reporter

December 8, 2014


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Dracula Untold premiered on October 10, 2014 and left many viewers in fear. Filled to the brim with action packed content, this movie is most definitely worth watching.   The Dracula Untold star, Luke Evans plays Vladimir Tepes, a fearsome warrior who becomes prince of Transylvania after his fa...


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