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The Seniors Pull a Prank on Lewis-Palmer High School

The Seniors Pull a Prank on Lewis-Palmer High School

Jake Haderle, Ranger Review Reporter

May 8, 2014


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Senior class of 2014 pulled a prank on Lewis-Palmer High School on the first of May. In order to allow the prank to happen, there were many dedicated seniors who showed up to wrap the school up.  As a senior, I think that we did an amazing job wrapping the school with Saran wrap. The plan worked out...

Plans other than prom

Plans other than prom

Cheyanne Winkler, Ranger Review Reporter

April 24, 2014


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Students who don’t like going to dances or don’t have a date, may just want to do something fun with friends for the night instead. There are many things that they could spend the night doing that would be an extremely fun. They could get together with a few friends and go out to eat then go to...

Hunter Hayes Blows Colorado Away

Hunter Hayes Blows Colorado Away

Jake Haderle, Ranger Review Reporter

April 24, 2014


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Hunter Hayes is a young country singer who has recently become a very popular idol. Since he has become so popular, he started his own “I’m Not Invisible” tour. He began this journey early in February and will be continuing until mid-September according to his website. The newer band Dan and...

How to get over the post spring break slump

How to get over the post spring break slump

Abby Weingart, Ranger Review Reporter

April 8, 2014


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Coming back to school after a week of rejuvenation has been a struggle for the students and staff of Lewis-Palmer High School. Procrastination is currently at an all-time high and students are struggling to get through their first week back from break.  Students are returning from break with many...

Daylight Savings strikes again.

Daylight Savings strikes again.

Savannah Vail, Editor

March 19, 2014


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On Sunday, March 9th, Daylight savings began. The days are finally starting to be longer. Daylight Savings marks the beginning of spring and new beginnings for all. This is the time when the sun comes up an hour earlier than usual and sets later in the day. But it is exhausting for many people. This time chang...

Valentine’s Day gift ideas making the students at Lewis-Palmer’s decision process easier

Valentine’s Day gift ideas making the students at Lewis-Palmer’s decision process easier

Abby Weingart, Ranger Review Reporter

February 26, 2014


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Every year when Valentine’s Day comes around, the students of Lewis-Palmer always have trouble deciding what to buy their significant other.  However, here are some ideas on what girls and boys can buy their significant other on Valentine’s Day, and hopefully these ideas can make the decision process...

Denver is the AFC Champion

Denver is the AFC Champion

Jake Haderle, Ranger Review Reporter

February 13, 2014


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The Denver Broncos are officially going to the Super Bowl! Congratulations to all folks who are Denver fans, because they will be at Met Life Stadium February second. In the previous game against the New England Patriots, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady battled it out in an intense game. The two quarterbacks...

Disney is not all about the princesses

Disney is not all about the princesses

Savannah Vail, Editor

February 13, 2014


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Ever since I was a little girl, I was in love with all Disney movies. From classics such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, and Sleeping beauty, to the more well-known Disney movies such as The Lion King and Toy Story. Disney has brought hours of joy and laughter all around the world. However, ...

What to do on Valentine’s Day if single

What to do on Valentine’s Day if single

Madison Rorex, Ranger Review Reporter

February 3, 2014


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It’s no secret that the upcoming holiday, Valentine’s Day, has the ability to make people act crazy. While it causes some people in relationships to stress about finding the perfect gift and creating a romantic plan for a day spent with his or her special someone, it especially gives singles to stress...

Will Snowball live up to our expectations?

Will Snowball live up to our expectations?

Madison Rorex, Ranger Review Reporter

January 23, 2014


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Technicolor lights flashing, lively music playing loud enough to be heard throughout the school, and fun decorations adorning the commons are the elements that are key to making sure students have an unforgettable school dance. If these aspects are ensured, and the atmosphere is comfortable and inviting,...


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