Halloween in the midst of a Pandemic

October 28, 2020

We all know that Halloween is around the corner and kids want to dress up in their spooky costumes and receive candy. It’s the t...

Trump’s care for nation’s safety in question

Jesse Medina, Executive Reporter

September 30, 2020

  2020 is a year packed full of uncertainty and injustice. Right now, we’re dealing with a global pandemic and racial bias. Rules have been put in place to protect the general population from the spread of COVID-19. There has been a continuing debate in the U.S. over whether wearing masks and social distancing is necessary.  Donald Tr...

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Concerns arise over Governor Reynolds’ Covid-19 regulations

September 22, 2020

In today's world there have been so many changes that many people have never had to deal with before. Many are scared to leav...

Libertarian observes the current political climate

Libertarian observes the current political climate

February 20, 2020

The atmosphere of politics today is more inviting than ever to the voice of the youth, and everyone from reporters to politicians s...

This Valentine's Day, it's the thought that counts

This Valentine’s Day, it’s the thought that counts

February 13, 2020

We’ve all seen it, the six foot stuffed bears, ten pound chocolate bars in your local department store, and fancy dinner dates on ...

Lending a helping hand isn't just for the holidays

Lending a helping hand isn’t just for the holidays

December 18, 2019

December is a joyous month full of giving gifts, spending time with family, snow, and so much more. It is also a time where p...

Why you should vote at 18

Staff Editorial

September 10, 2019

As Dwight D. Eisenhower once said, "The future of this republic is in the hands of the American voter." This statement is true for everyone, even those of us who are in high school. As a democracy, our nation is built upon the notion that all citizens have a say in the people and policies that govern them, and who better to comment on this institution ...

Echoing Vigorously, Justly, and without Prejudice