Remaking Movies Epidemic 

Haley Steenhoek, Reporter

November 20, 2019

Movies are a very popular form of entertainment in the world today. Classic movies from companies like Disney are very important to the history and impact of movies. Disney has been around for a very long time and just release...

10,066-Mile Journey Of Sleep Deprivation

Paige Daniels, Reporter

November 15, 2019

It’s a little after 9 p.m. in New York JFK international airport, and a plane is ready to take off to a straight shot to Sydney, Australia. The longest recorded flight, 19 and a half hours called an ultra-marathon.  This fl...

New Fossils Show What Happened for a Million Years After Dinosaur Extinction 

Haley Steenhoek, Reporter

November 15, 2019

Paleontologist are people who study dinosaurs and fossils. They know that there is a layer in the earth where fossils eventually disappear. That layer marks  where an asteroid hit the earth over 66 million years ago and ended ...

Fruita: Friendly and Fortified

Elliotte Schroeder, Editor

November 15, 2019

Located just on the border of Utah lies a little town famous for its biking trails, dinosaur dig sites, and unique businesses. With the cozy suburbs and ever-growing restaurants, it’s the perfect place to raise a family. With a...

The United States’ World Series Drama of 2019

Josie Thayn, Reporter

November 15, 2019

The United States’ world series is a sporting event that is watched by millions. It’s so big, that president Trump and his wife Ivanka gathered along with thousands of baseball fans from all over the U.S. However, the 2019...

What The Rise Of Skywalker Needs To Be

Jayce Jessup, Reporter

November 15, 2019

On December 20th, 2019 we get our last look into the “galaxy a long time ago in a galaxy far far away.” Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker looks to put a grand finale on the story that was first introduced nearly 42 years ago. ...

Wildcats Softball Sweeps Demons in Doubleheader

Joel Lively, Reporter

September 6, 2019

It was a hot afternoon on August 24th as the Fruita softball season opener kicked off against Durango. In the first few innings the nerves got the best of Durango’s pitcher who walked five batters. Fruita’s slow start held them...

Vehicular Vikings

Layne Thompson, Reporter

September 6, 2019

The Danish town of Copenhagen, Denmark, is adding a little bit of history to their everyday lives in the cutest way possible. They have started to replace their traffic lights with Viking figures. The government, combined wit...

Ben Roethlisberger v Antonio Brown: Drama Of The 21st Century

Matisynn Leckey, Reporter

September 6, 2019

Steelers fans nationwide are at odds over two of their beloved players: Star quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and ex-MVP wide receiver Antonio Brown. Roethlisberger has taken the Steelers to the Super Bowl six times and has won ever...

Voter Registration: Popeyes Edition

Sierra Lloyd, Reporter

September 6, 2019

Big, out-the-door line? Bigger voter-engagement opportunity!  Earlier this week, David Ledbetter, a highschooler in Charlotte, North Carolina, took advantage of the recent Popeyes chicken-sandwich craze (which residents of Mesa ...

Once Predators Now Prey 

Paige Daniels, Reporter

September 6, 2019

Imagine you’re peacefully swimming in the ocean and you are suddenly face-to-face with a 15 foot great white shark. What would you do? Try to flee as quickly as possible? Well the shark is probably more scared of you than you are...

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