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Potential school shooter reported dead after 20-hour manhunt in Denver Metro area

Potential school shooter reported dead after 20-hour manhunt in Denver Metro area

Macee Trottner, Editor

April 19, 2019

On April 17, an 18-year old Florida resident, Sol Pais, caused a massive “manhunt” by the Denver FBI after threatening to cause a school shooting after being infatuated with the perpetrators of the Columbine school shooting. She was said to have arrived at Denver International Airport later in the evening on...

Record breaking blizzard in Colorado

Record breaking blizzard in Colorado

Shelby Patton, Ranger review reporter

April 2, 2019

On Wednesday March 13, a blizzard hit central Colorado, causing local schools and highways to shut down. “With a Blizzard Warning set to go into effect in Colorado on Wednesday, some school districts announced Tuesday that they will close for the day,” CBS Denver said. Major highways and roads ac...

Colorado: avalanche country

Colorado: avalanche country

Marlee Mikesell, Ranger Review Reporter

March 19, 2019

An avalanche is a natural event that occurs when a slab of snow is lying on weaker layer snow that breaks and the snow slides down the slope. Avalanche.org said, “Most avalanches are ‘naturally’ triggered meaning that weather (wind, snow, rain or sun) stresses the snow to it’s breaking point....

Students caught cheating in order to get accepted into college

Students caught cheating in order to get accepted into college

Macee Trottner, Editor

March 19, 2019

On Tuesday March 5, 2019 fifty people were charged with fraud and bribery in connection with a college admissions scam that has been dated back to 2011. The people being charged include NCAA Division 1 coaches, Hollywood celebrities and wealthy parents. This scam is the largest college admissions case...

Measles outbreak on the rise

Measles outbreak on the rise

Sophia Artley, Editor

March 12, 2019

On February 7th, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed 101 cases of measles from 10 states so far in 2019. In 2018, 372 cases of measles were reported in the United States. Measles was officially declared eliminated in the United States in 2000, meaning the infection was no ...

Jussie Smollett creates a mess in Chicago

Jussie Smollett creates a mess in Chicago

Carter Caines, Ranger Review Reporter

March 12, 2019

On January 21, 2019 Jussie Smollett, who is a starring actor on the TV series Empire, reported that two men attacked him. The two attackers, Abindola Osundario and Olabinjo Osundario, were accused of abusing Smollett with racist and homophobic motives. Recently, Chicago police have found the enti...

Self defense or murder?

Self defense or murder?

Emily Hoffman, Ranger Review Reporter

March 8, 2019

On March 27, 2016, a drunk woman stabbed her boyfriend in the chest with a steak knife. Emma-Jayne Magson 23, denied murdering James Knight 26, but was found guilty and was ordered to serve a minimum of 17 years in prison. The night the incident took place, both Emma and James went out drinking w...

Sandra Oh: First Asian woman to host Golden Globes

Sandra Oh: First Asian woman to host Golden Globes

Emily Hoffman, Ranger Review Reporter

February 19, 2019

Sandra Oh is a famous actress in the US and has made history three different times. Oh’s most recent milestone moment was being the first woman of Asian descent to host the Golden Globes. Oh was born to Korean parents in Ontario, Canada. She can fluently speak four languages including English, Frenc...

Large winter storms affect people across the nation

Large winter storms affect people across the nation

Carter Caines, Ranger Review Reporter

February 14, 2019

In various states across the U.S., coastal winter storms and winter weather patterns are dumping snow on many major cities. In New York City, New York about 470 flights have been cancelled at LaGuardia Airport, New York, due to incoming snowfall expected. On the Pacific side of the U.S. large amounts ...

Government shutdown has repercussions

Government shutdown has repercussions

Carter Caines, Ranger Review Reporter

February 6, 2019

On December 22, 2018, the United States government officially shut down. It shut down due to a disagreement regarding Trump's plan for the wall. The 5.7 billion dollars is expected to be used for border protection, not funding for the wall that Trump had promised in his candidacy. The money has not be...


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