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In the wake of a close election

In the wake of a close election

Annie Ackerman, Ranger Review Editor

November 28, 2016


Filed under News

Even in the aftermath of what is widely considered to be one of the closest elections in history, America is split nearly down the middle with the new prospect of Mr. President Trump.Though the end of the election was supposed to quell the widespread hatred across America, thousands of Americans are sti...

A Day of Remembrance

A Day of Remembrance

Josie Temple, Ranger Review Reporter

November 8, 2016


Filed under News

The word 'death' connotates a dark feeling to most people. It means a fear of the unknown, a fear of something we can't see. However, in some Latin American and Spanish cultures, death is celebrated, not feared. Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a holiday celebrated in Mexico to honor and remember those who ...

Has the secret of the Bermuda Triangle been cracked?

Has the secret of the Bermuda Triangle been cracked?

Ciara Lewis, Ranger Review Reporter

November 8, 2016


Filed under News

For centuries, the Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, located between Miami and Puerto Rico, has been responsible for the disappearance of ships and planes. “At least 1,000 lives have been lost in the Triangle in the last 100 years, and on average, 4 planes and 20 ships go missi...

A Split Nation And A Close Election

A Split Nation And A Close Election

Laney Nesmith, Ranger Review Reporter

November 8, 2016


Filed under News

  After years of anticipation, the United States Presidential Election is set to take place November 8, 2016. America will finally know who the next leader of the country is after nearly a year of waiting. However, this election may not be as simple as it seems, as the political ideas an...

Kneeling to Take a Stand

Kneeling to Take a Stand

Kenzie Snyder, Ranger Review Reporter

November 4, 2016


Filed under News, Sport

The National Anthem, once considered as a symbol of national unity,  is in the spotlight as America wonders if players will kneel, instead of standing, in protest of racial division. For many they view it as disrespect to this great nation. Mike Ditka Television Commentator, and former football...

Political amendments affect residents in Colorado

Political amendments affect residents in Colorado

Rebecca Crook, Ranger Review Reporter

November 4, 2016


Filed under News

Although most people are focused on the 2016 Presidential Election, there are many issues here in Colorado, issues residents need to focus towards. As of October 28, 2016, almost 900,000 residents of Colorado have already sent in their voting ballots for the Presidential race, but they may not have be...

National History Day state qualifiers

National History Day state qualifiers

Tristyn Park, Ranger Review Reporter

April 29, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, News

The second semester of the school year releases the tension of first semester yet, unearths many new tasks for students. National History Day has become a daunting reality for underclassmen, upperclassmen and even middle schoolers. However, for some, this  gigantic project has been taken to a new level....

Stepping Away from Stalkers

Stepping Away from Stalkers

Lacey Nonnast, Ranger Review Reporter

April 27, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, News

Today, the term stalker is loosely defined by impossible scenarios and comic relief. However, there are multiple occasions where the jokes lose their humor and a person can be unknowingly stalked by a potentially dangerous stranger.  According to the Cambridge English Dictionary, a stalker is someo...

Spreading improv throughout the nation

Spreading improv throughout the nation

John Faltynski, Reporter

March 15, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, News

  John Faltynski, Ranger Review Reporter   Many teachers at Lewis-Palmer have lives and other passions outside of teaching. They can have secondary jobs, hobbies, and passions. For the theater teacher, Jordan Clark, he has been able to combine his love for acting and teaching and bri...

A long awaited award

A long awaited award

Bryce Oppenheimer, Ranger Review Reporter

March 15, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, News

Leonardo DiCaprio is a world renowned actor whose performances have amazed viewers for years. Nineteen years ago, the movie Titanic, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, was released and DiCaprio missed out on the Oscar award for his performance. Although DiCaprio has been granted many awards, h...


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