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Pokemon Sun & Moon Review

Pokemon Sun & Moon Review

Shane Bassett, Ranger Review Reporter

February 27, 2017


Filed under Opinion

After the release of Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire back in November of 2014, it promised fresh gameplay, new Pokemon to catch, new Legendary Pokemon and a better story. The two games released side by side and sold a total of 13.68 copies, growing the fa nbase of Pokemon. But new installations to ...

How come people aren’t watching the NFL?

How come people aren’t watching the NFL?

Vaughn Bassett, Editor

February 8, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Sports

As the curtain closes on January and the first Sunday in February arrives it is time to get excited for the most viewed television program in the world, the Super Bowl. The Super Bowl reels in millions of viewers and millions of dollars in commercial revenue. Yet the rest of the NFL season can’t say...

Rosie’s Diner Review

Rosie’s Diner Review

Vaughn Bassett, Editor

January 23, 2017


Filed under Community, Features, Opinion

Rosie’s Diner Review Monument, Colorado is home to two high schools and a gorgeous view of the Rocky Mountains. Nestled in Monuments downtown area is a nifty little 50’s themed diner named Rosie’s Diner. This establishment has been in Monument for over twenty years and has been as iconic to the...

Mexican Food and Me

Mexican Food and Me

Laney Nesmith, Ranger Review Reporter

December 14, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, Community, Opinion

For the citizens of Monument Colorado, December 14th is a day looked upon with much anticipation. The new Qdoba off of Jackson Creek Parkway will have its grand opening. If there is one thing in common for most high schoolers, it is a love for food-- any food, anywhere, anytime. As stated by Georg...

BurgerFi Defies Burger Logic.

BurgerFi Defies Burger Logic.

Vaughn Bassett, Reporter

December 10, 2015


Filed under 2015-2016, Opinion, Reviews

Denver, Colorado is known for a large assortment of amenities. One of these amenities are it’s restaurants on both the high end and the low end of standards. Right in between the the two sides of the spectrum is a burger shack under the name of BurgerFi. Before making it’s way to Denver, BurgerFi...

Is YOUR bacon cancerous?

Is YOUR bacon cancerous?

Annie Ackerman, Ranger Review Reporter

December 2, 2015


Filed under 2015-2016, Communities, Opinion

The news that the World Health Organization has placed bacon and other processed meats on the list of “cancer-causing foods” has put most of America into a frenzy. American citizens believe that they have sealed their fate when they ate that slice of bacon this morning. Let it be known, that too much of anything ...

Alessia Cara: “Four Pink Walls”

Alessia Cara: “Four Pink Walls”

Trinity Smith, Ranger Review Reporter

October 21, 2015


Filed under 2015-2016, Opinion, Student Life

Alessia Cara is a new singer and songwriter that has become very popular due to her album release that includes the single “Here”. She was born in Brampton, Ontario, Canada on July 11th of 1996. Her full name is Caracciolo, but she is known better for her stage name Alessia Cara. Her singing style ...

Different cultural views on pregnancy

Different cultural views on pregnancy

Chesarae Jacobson, Ranger Review Reporter

April 23, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Student Life

What’s the first thing that comes to mind think of when someone says the words teen pregnancy? Maybe it is someone you know, or maybe it is one of those cheesy shows from MTV. Whatever comes to mind,we all know the stereotypes that come along with the saying. For many people the mere thought of a “teen...

Dangerous Cosmetics

Dangerous Cosmetics

Mary Jane Nickel, Ranger Review Reporter

April 2, 2015


Filed under Opinion

From shampoo to lotion, almost every cosmetic product is filled with chemicals and hundreds of ingredients; many that are known to be hazardous. The cosmetic industry has very few regulations and it is the consumer’s job to become aware and educated about the products they use every day. “U.S....

Coffee for the high schoolers

Coffee for the high schoolers

Melanie Peterson, Ranger Review Reporter

December 8, 2014


Filed under Opinion

As the sparkling white flecks of ice and water fall from the sky and stick to the ground, students crave warm beverages to keep them warm on those cold winter days. The only thing better than hot chocolate is… coffee. Lewis-Palmer High School students are feeling bitter-sweet about their limited...


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