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After a tough fight with COVID-19 Jonathan Week passed on January 25, 2021. He touched and inspired many and will be greatly missed.

How COVID-19 affected my family

Samantha Copeland, Ranger Review Reporter March 18, 2021

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is an illness that tends to mainly affect the respiratory system. It was originally reported to the World Health Organizations (WHO) on December 31, 2019 and on January 30, 2020...

High schools hurt teenagers

Kacy Mull, Ranger Review Reporter February 22, 2021

With modern technology, teenagers are able to communicate more than ever. This communication has caused us to come to one conclusion: school sucks. It’s not just the, ‘I don’t like to do homework’...

Why voting age should be lowered to sixteen

Zoe O'Donnell, Ranger Review Reporter October 6, 2020

Allowing sixteen year olds to vote would enable millions of new voters to make decisions that directly affect them.  As a society, we elect leaders who will represent us, our beliefs, and how our tax...

As of March 13, Bernie Sanders has 725 delegates compared to Joe Biden's 881 delegates.

Bernie Sanders deserves the Democratic nomination

Quinn Ferguson, Ranger Review Reporter March 13, 2020

The Democratic nomination is one of the most important decisions for left voters this year, for beating Trump out of office is a major effort. Bernie Sanders is the best candidate for all of these endeavors....

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The 2020 election is already very divided, and it is only in the early stages. The republican and democratic parties have become very split overtime, and that is causing issues with this election.

Polarization of the Parties

Marlee Mikesell, Team Leader March 11, 2020

It is both an honor and our civic duty to vote; however, with polarized political parties I personally am struggling with picking who I want to vote for. Since being a kid, I have always wanted to vote,...

Women, often facing an unspoken reality of sexism and objectification, stand together to combat their common challenges. According to Brigham Young, “You educate a man; you educate a man. You educate a woman; you educate a generation.”

What I did not know about a woman’s unspoken reality

Conner Graves, Ranger Review Reporter February 28, 2020

There is an unspoken consciousness amongst women that they must be hyper-aware of their surroundings due to their gender. When they are alone in public, they are fearful of what may happen; they cover...

Bomb cyclone that hit Colorado. These crazy weather patterns are due to climate change.
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Climate change is real

Clayton Saunders, Ranger Review Reporter May 9, 2019

Global warming was the first phrase used to describe the changing climates due to pollution. Since then, more research has been done to give the phenomenon a new name of Climate Change. Climate change...

 A snow plow clears the road to make it safe and drivable for people. It is important for people to get to work and school, no matter the weather.

Coloradans overreact to the snow and cold

Anna Icke, Ranger Review Reporter March 21, 2019

Welcome to Colorado: the land of icy wind and fast-changing weather. When someone chooses to relocate to our area, there are some understood risks. The largest of these is bad weather conditions and hazardous...

The motto for the SAT is “Achieve More,” in recent years schools have increased expectations for students.

High-school graduation, dependent on the SAT

Marlee Mikesell, Ranger Review Reporter February 4, 2019

Colorado is ranked the 30th in the country for education, due to students college readiness, graduation rates and schools’ quality overall; therefore, it would be crazy if Colorado had some of the highest...

In the U.S., 87% of students use the school computers or use the schools WiFi.  Photo credit: Startup stock Photo company.

Blocking websites is a problem

Carter Caines, Ranger Review Reporter December 11, 2018

In 27 states across America, including Colorado, publicly funded schools are required to have software on all computers that filter out sexually explicit, obscene, and potentially harmful material. Although...

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