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A New Problem for America, and the NFL

A New Problem for America, and the NFL

Blake Bassett, Ranger Review Reporter

October 19, 2017


Filed under 2017-2018, News

Recently within the NFL, players have been making waves across America because some refuse to stand for the national anthem that occurs before the beginning of every football game. What they’re protesting though is a mixed bag. Some are protesting racial equality, police brutality, or certain things th...

Donald Trump Criticizes Puerto Rico

Donald Trump Criticizes Puerto Rico

Ian Porter, Ranger Review Reporter

October 19, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, News

On September 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico. According to National Hurricane Center, Hurricane Maria was a category four, 130-156 mph wind hurricane that ravaged Puerto Rico and left the country without power. President Donald Trump went to Puerto Rico to survey the damage done by Hurricane M...

Body found on I-25 sparks emotions of staff and students

Body found on I-25 sparks emotions of staff and students

Jakob Aggers, Ranger Review Editor

October 19, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, Community, News

On Saturday, September 30, the body of Shelby Weatherly, age 24, was reportedly found off of I-25 near the Greenland road exit in Douglas County. According to Denver7 News Station, the body had apparent cuts to the hands and gunshot wounds. Interstate 25 was shut down for a long period of time on Saturda...

Effects of 9/11 Sixteen Years Later

Effects of 9/11 Sixteen Years Later

Haley Carlson, Ranger Review Reporter

September 27, 2017


Filed under News

The phrase “Never Forget” has been used for the last decade to remind Americans of a tragic day in the United States history: 9/11. Because of this phrase, reserved people will become instantly moved because of the impact 9/11 had on our nation. Not only was the United States, but the entire world wa...

Disaster of the Decade

Disaster of the Decade

Emma Ackerman, Reporter

September 27, 2017


Filed under News

Both reporters and citizens never saw it coming. From the words of Quartz media, “Hurricane Harvey developed so fast it took national forecasters by surprise.”   The Category 4 hurricane completely submerged over 50 counties along the Texas coast and mercilessly killed over 70 people, leaving...

Students and teachers have mixed responses about the eclipse

Students and teachers have mixed responses about the eclipse

Jakob Aggers and Rebecca Crook

September 12, 2017


Filed under Community, Features, News, Opinion

On Monday, August 21, as we all know, a solar eclipse occurred in the U.S. This 2017 eclipse was significant because it stretched coast to coast- from Oregon all the way to South Carolina. The last time a solar eclipse ran from coast to coast was in 1918, almost 100 years until the next would occur. ...

Prom Coat Check flooded by students, breaking personal possessions.

Prom Coat Check flooded by students, breaking personal possessions.

Ryan Sacatelli, Editor-in-chief

May 1, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, News

Prom, a formal dance, especially one held by a class in high school or college at the end of a year. Students are able to enjoy themselves by dressing in high class materials, enjoy music and dance with their fellow students. This year Prom was a success with a minor flaw. In every High School Prom t...

Pewdiepie anti Semitic posts land him in a bad situation

Pewdiepie anti Semitic posts land him in a bad situation

Dillon Crump, review reporter

February 27, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, News

Last month PewDiePie, YouTube’s most-subscribed channel with more than 53 million followers, posted several videos in which he paid two men to make a video holding up a sign that said “Death to All Jews.” He also paid a guy dressed as Jesus Christ to say, “Hitler did absolutely nothing wrong....

Cheeto Shaped as Harambe

Cheeto Shaped as Harambe

Ciara Lewis, Ranger Review Reporter

February 8, 2017


Filed under News

On May 27th of the year 2000, a gorilla was born. This little Gorilla was named Harambe, he was born and raised at Gladys Porter Zoo in Texas by a guy named Jerry Stones. Harambe was brought to Cincinnati Zoo in April of 2015, so he was only at this zoo for a month before being shot. The zoo said he wa...

The effects of global warming

The effects of global warming

Faith Tabone, Ranger Review Reporter

December 14, 2016


Filed under News, World News

Global warming is an issue that scientist have known about since the year 1896 when swedish chemist, Svante Arrhenius, noticed an increase in the temperature compared to previous years. He said it was due to carbon dioxide being released in the atmosphere from the industrial revolution. It was not seen as...


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