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Winter weather blues

Winter weather blues

Story by Melissa Singleton, Staff writer February 10, 2022

It’s winter time and it’s freezing. You walk into class and see people shaking from the dropping temperature. Texas citizens are affected by the cold months because we are all used to the heat. It’s...

 Sophomore Reece Gaylor kicks the ball away from an opposing player. Soccer players usually find themselves competing in harsh weather conditions.

Frosty on the field

Story by Graci Henard, staff writer March 5, 2021

With the season starting in mid-December and lasting through April, an argument can be made that the soccer team endures some of the worst weather. The players have endured rain, cold, sleet and sometimes...

Are you SAD?

Are you SAD?

Story by Ali Richter, staff writer February 8, 2016

The alarm clock buzzes loudly on the nightstand until the girl unceremoniously hits the snooze button to shut it up. Pulling back the covers, she feels the chill of the winter morning and instantly feels...

Senior copes with painful disease in hands

Senior copes with painful disease in hands

Story by Anneliese Hounsel, sports editor December 2, 2015

It’s 68 degrees outside, the wind is blowing and leaving a trail of goosebumps on my skin. Despite the numerous layers of clothing I’m wearing, violent shivers take over my body. Cold weather is never...

What not to wear

What not to wear

Story by Ali Richter, staff writer November 18, 2015

It’s a chilly November morning and you are deciding what to wear to keep you warm. Converse? Nah, too cold. Riding boots? Nope, they make such a loud clacking noise when you walk in the Math and Science...

Ski instructor and Jillian Cheney smile after a long day on the slopes. Photo taken by family member

Rise over run

Story by Jillian Cheney, staff writer January 29, 2015

No one goes to Colorado just to see the sights and head on home. People from around the world come to the Rocky Mountain State for their world class skiing and snowboarding. That’s why it was somewhat...

Senior Garrett McDonald poses from a days hunt. Photo taken by McDonald family.

Bye bye birdie

Story by Molly Crouch, feature editor December 18, 2014

When the temperatures drop below freezing, most stay bundled up inside by the fireplace, but for senior Garrett McDonald, it means getting to his duck blind before most are awake. He is decked out with...

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