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...

The importance of getting out to exercise

Mekenzie Clark , Reporter

May 19, 2020

We know that exercise has it’s physical benefits, providing us with increased energy, as well as helping our muscles, skin, and bones. So what about mentally? Turns out, exercise helps us just as much physically as mentally,...

How have pro athletes helped out?

Aubree Crabb, Reporter

May 19, 2020

You may think athletes only do good things on the field or court. That's not entirely true; they do many things on the side to help people out. During coronavirus many athletes have stepped up to help others by donating money to food...

How Coaches Are Handling Season Cancellations

Shianna Casey, Reporter

May 19, 2020

  From March Madness being cancelled, to right here at home in Fruita, Colorado, COVID-19 has shut down all things sports-related. Luckily, the winter sports seasons concluded strong, unlike the spring athletes who hardly ...

2020 Fashion Trends You MUST Know

Elliotte Schroeder, Editor

May 19, 2020

    While the majority of us have been lounging around in sweatpants and pajamas the last couple months, that doesn’t mean we don’t have some outfits dying to be worn hanging in the closet. Soon we will mak...

Post Malone’s Streamed Concert Earns $500k

Paige Daniels, Reporter

May 19, 2020

Covid-19 has a tremendous effect on the whole world. With a mix of good and bad, the virus has taken everyone by surprise. The main way that coronavirus is spread is through the air. With over 328.2 million people in the U.S,. the...

How local businesses are surviving

Jadyn Heil, Reporter

May 19, 2020

With many of the “non-essential” businesses currently being forced to shut down due to the coronavirus outbreak, many small local businesses are struggling. However, these businesses are essential to the well being of the econom...

Teaching Remotely

Sierra Lloyd, Editor

May 19, 2020

Over this period of virtual learning, we’ve learned a lot about ourselves. We’ve learned a lot about each other. We’ve learned a lot about the durability of this country’s educational system. And, just as interestingly, we ...

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...

The Benefits of Family Time in Quarantine 

Paige Daniels , Reporter

May 19, 2020

Quarantine has taken many things away from people. Senior prom, graduation, spring sports and even the Summer Olympics. But there is one thing that most of us can benefit from this time. Since we all suck at home, we have hours...

We are handling the pandemic wrong

Timber Schuman, Reporter

May 19, 2020

I don’t need to explain what Covid-19 is; we’ve all heard about it and are affected by it in a major way. Most people would’ve never thought they would live to see a global pandemic shut down workplaces and schools. But wha...

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