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Climate change is real

Climate change is real

Clay 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 is caused by greenhouse gases being released into our atmosphere, which trap in heat from the sun. T...

Coloradans overreact to the snow and cold

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 roads during storms. Obviously, it’s not always as easy to get from Point A to Point B during a stor...

High-school graduation, dependent on the SAT

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 expectations for our High-Schooler’s Scholastic Aptitude Tests (SAT), right? The SAT is used for col...

Blocking websites is a problem

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 I agree that school should be able to block some of our internet access, I think that some...

Influx of Gun Violence Sparks National Controversy

Influx of Gun Violence Sparks National Controversy

Rhianna Lingle, Ranger Review Reporter

November 5, 2018

  Gun violence has been an issue in America since the rise of automatic weapons and the wider  availability of guns across the country. Since Colorado’s Columbine High School shooting in 1999, this issue has become increasingly relevant due to numerous school shootings. The shooting at ...

Vote no on Proposition 112

Vote no on Proposition 112

Anna Icke, Ranger Review Reporter

November 5, 2018

With the Colorado election coming up on November 6th, registered voters across the state are receiving their mail-in ballots. These 2-page ballots contain not only candidates running for office, but 13 statewide issues, and various issues specific to our district. One major state issue on the ballot...

Why should women be second?

Why should women be second?

Bryanna-Marie Garcia, Ranger Review Reporter

October 26, 2018

Women have always been treated differently: during the 1960s, women were limited in almost every aspect. Their jobs were to only clean, cook, and help with the household. In today’s world, women want to have the same equality as men politically, socially, and economically. They want a voice in society an...

Teens should trick-or-treat, despite aging

Teens should trick-or-treat, despite aging

Maddie Weidner, Ranger Review Reporter

October 24, 2018

Every year on October 31st, children go door to door saying “Trick or treat!” and receive candy. As the children grow older, the question of whether they should go trick-or-treating arises. Most children stop trick-or-treating between the ages of 12 and 16. My answer to this question is that teens ...

Nuclear is the answer

Nuclear is the answer

Clayton Saunders, Ranger Review Reporter

October 17, 2018

Climate change, the yearly warming of the globe, is one of the biggest problems that the world is facing today. It is supposedly a controversial topic, but all of the research from scientist proves how dangerous it is. Climate change is caused by carbon dioxide emissions trapping heat in the atmosphere...

Debate of pros and cons of religion continues

Debate of pros and cons of religion continues

Justin Dahl, Ranger Review Reporter

October 15, 2018

Religion has been around ever since humans could form thought. Every ancient civilization has had some form of religion that they followed to the extreme. It is hard to imagine what life would be like without one of the oldest practices in human history. The question of whether or not religion is g...


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