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“She found that the less she thought, the more often she found simple truths appearing right in front of her.” — Liane Moriarty, Apples Never Fall
Apples Never Fall is a well written and intricate mystery
Arizona Lee, Editor-in-Chief • June 22, 2022

I love a good mystery novel, but a well written and unpredictable mystery plot is hard to find. I highly enjoyed and was incredibly impressed...

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Zoe Sigg
Zoe Sigg
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Zoe Sigg is 16 years old and a junior at Mead High. She enjoys gaming, drawing and shopping. She hopes to bring valuable insight to students about what’s going on in Mead High School.

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Band Director Mr. Lemons moving career to Mead Elementary

June 22, 2022

After four years at Mead High School, Band Director Mr. Chad Lemons will be transitioning to Mead Elementary. This...

Second semester finals taking place May 24-26

May 23, 2022

End-of-the-year and second semester finals will take place May 24, 25, and 26. On Tuesday, May 24, students will take...

Colorado man protests by setting self on fire

May 20, 2022

Wynn Bruce, age 50, set himself on fire around 6:30 p.m. Eastern time on April 22 in front of the Supreme Court. He...

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Elementary students at Columbine clean up garden beds as a part of the Farm to School program.
Interactive program “Farm to School” helps put food into lunchrooms (Commentary)
Jorja Haskin, Writer • June 7, 2022

Those of us who take regular classes at the Career Elevation and Technology Center (CETC) have worked together to build a program called Farm to School...

Elementary students at Columbine clean up garden beds as a part of the Farm to School program.
Interactive program “Farm to School” helps put food into lunchrooms (Commentary)
Jorja Haskin, Writer • June 7, 2022

Those of us who take regular classes at the Career Elevation and Technology Center (CETC) have worked together to build a program called Farm to School...

Student reranks Rolling Stone ranking of Harry Styles music
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