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Tragic Plane Crash Stuns the Soccer World

Tragic Plane Crash Stuns the Soccer World

Michaela Recker, Ranger Review Reporter

December 14, 2016


Filed under News, World News

On Tuesday, November 28, a Brazilian soccer team named the Chapecoense left their hometown of Chapecó, Santa Catarina, Brazil with their spirits high and hearts set to win the biggest game of their lives. The team was on their way to the most monumental football match in the history of their team: the C...

Philip Morris to Stop Selling Cigarettes

Philip Morris to Stop Selling Cigarettes

Mackenzie Shuman, Ranger Review Reporter

December 12, 2016


Filed under News, World News

Philip Morris is the world’s largest international cigarette and tobacco company, selling their products to over 200 countries and bringing in $80.11 billion in revenue a year. However, all of that could change, as Philip Morris, whose best selling product is Marlboro cigarettes, is turning to the ...

Colorado Election Results

Colorado Election Results

Vaughn Bassett, Editor

December 6, 2016


Filed under News

Ranger Review Editor Election Day 2016 was a shock to everybody across the nation including here in our own neck of the woods. There were a lot of hot pressing issues on the ballot for Colorado this November. Some of these issues included raising the minimum wage, allowing more changes to the state...

iPhone 7 Release is a Success

iPhone 7 Release is a Success

Michaela Recker, Ranger Review Reporter

December 6, 2016


Filed under Features, News

Following the release of the iPhone 6, released in September 2014, Apple product users had been awaiting the iPhone 7. Now that it is finally here, the phone has seen a huge success. Nearly 2 years after Apple’s last release of the iPhone 6, 6s and 6 Plus, the company officially announced the iP...

The Great Wolf Lodge

The Great Wolf Lodge

Bailey McAmis, Reporter

December 6, 2016


Filed under News

Bailey McAmis Ranger Review Reporter On December 26, 2016, the Great Wolf Lodge, an indoor water park, and hotel are going to be opened after months under construction. It’s located in Colorado Springs and has multiple attractions such as rock walls, a water park, a mini bowling alley, an arcade, a ...

Changing the LandscAPe

Changing the LandscAPe

December 6, 2016


Filed under News

Advanced placement classes have helped many students find out what they're interested in and has helped them figure out what they would like to pursue in their future. Ms. Dellinger, who teaches AP Language and Composition, claims “AP classes are important because they could give students an oppo...

Stabbing at Carmel Middle School

Stabbing at Carmel Middle School

Michaela Recker, Ranger Review Reporter

December 6, 2016


Filed under News

Bullying is an everyday occurrence in schools across America and has been a serious issue for countless years. However, it was taken to a new extent when Kyler Nipper, a 6th grader at Carmel Middle School in Colorado Springs, was stabbed with a pencil multiple times by a fellow student on October 7,...

Rebuilding the Past- the New Construction on The Pikes Peak Summit House

Rebuilding the Past- the New Construction on The Pikes Peak Summit House

Kylee Burton, Reporter

December 6, 2016


Filed under News

Starting soon, the Summit House on Pikes Peak is going to be built and worked on until the year 2020. The last Summit House was built in 1960, officially opened in 1964, and is now crumbling and falling to the ground. New and old visitors are excited to visit the newly designed building when it op...

Effects of the new finals schedule

Effects of the new finals schedule

Macee Trottner, Ranger Review Reporter

December 2, 2016


Filed under News

Students at Lewis-Palmer High School are preparing for finals week. Finals will take place two and a half weeks after Thanksgiving break. This year the high school has decided to begin the final tests on a Thursday. Finals, in the past, usually begin on a Monday and finish by the end of the week. D...

First snowfall in Monument of 2016

First snowfall in Monument of 2016

Hannah Vanduren, Ranger Review Reporter

December 2, 2016


Filed under News

Many students and teachers at Lewis-Palmer High School are questioning why it took so long to have the first snowfall of 2016. This time last year in Monument, Colorado the recorded snowfall on November 18, 2015, was 14 inches.   A Science Teacher, Korrena De is not upset about the lack of snow at a...


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