How Seniors View Coronavirus

Christian Torcia, Reporter

May 19, 2020

This unprecedented pandemic the world is facing has caused the world to change as we once knew it, and one of the most affected age groups is the young adults graduating in 2020. Whether it’s missed sports, proms or even an...

Taking the first steps to reopening

Dillon Gross, Editor

May 19, 2020

After almost two months of social distancing, quarantine has become something normal. The shock of constantly being home has worn off, and getting something from the store feels like an adventure. Wearing face masks outside the ...

Pollution Levels Dropping In Relation To Covid-19

Jayce Jessup, Reporter

May 19, 2020

To a lot of us this quarantine has felt like a drag that has provided nothing good. Recent studies, however, have discovered that through all this staying at home that we’ve been doing it has brought some good with it. Acco...

Foster Care, Juvenile Detention, and Adoption in the Time of Coronavirus

Sierra Lloyd, Editor

May 19, 2020

During this time of coronavirus and a nation-wide quarantine, while most kids across the country have transitioned into online school, there are some kids without even a home to shelter in. For children in the foster care sys...

Unexpected Passion

Mariella Schermerhorn, Guest Reporter

February 19, 2020

Rose Perry knows she’s not alone.  She has an abundance of loving family and friends who adore her to no end.  But everyday she is constantly swarmed by wandering eyes that seem to judge every person they look at. She always...

Are Ubers safe?

Are Ubers safe?

February 10, 2020

The Voice of Fruita Monument High School