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Two years in the dark about pain: How junior Baylor Graves tore his ACL without knowing it

By Chandler Baker, staff writer For most, when when an injury occurs of such impact as tearing an ACL, it is noticeable from the start. For junior Baylor Graves, this was not the case. Graves went two years with a … Continue reading

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Formerly known as the Brown Sisters, Flatiron Junction sings to support school fund-raisers

By Chandler Baker, staff writer Junior Abby Brown, sophomore Sarah Brown and their little sister Audrey Brown prepared their vocal cords to fund-raise for the Boulder Valley girls lacrosse team on April 25 at Martino’s, a restaurant in Lafayette. “We … Continue reading

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Profile Series: Social studies teacher John Matos has a diverse past

Story by Cory Waltrip, editor-in-chief Many students know John Matos as a charismatic social studies and film teacher who brings great energy to the classroom, yet there is more to him than meets the eye. After talking with him for … Continue reading

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Semester spent attending Traveling School won’t be just another day at school for junior Sarah Burns

By Eliot Meade, staff writer Hiking in the Andes mountains, traveling through the Amazon jungle and snorkeling with the sea life of the Galapagos Islands — for the next four months, this is what junior Sarah Burns will call school. … Continue reading

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Samaniego relishes his role as school mascot, cheer team member

By Quetzani Montano-Sevilla, staff writer Throughout a person’s life, things come up that can change life for better or for worse. Senior leader Denzel Samaniego has found that by being the mascot for Boulder High, he was given a great … Continue reading

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Interventionist Ainsley Cone provides students in crisis a place to share their problems

By Chandler Baker, staff writer From helping with breakups to drug problems, interventionist Ainsley Cone always has an open ear for students.  The wide range of her job consists of assisting students with physical, emotional and mental issues. While teen … Continue reading

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Platt benefits from his love for baseball on the diamond and in the classroom

By Jordan Hohlfelder, news editor The baseball season has begun, and while many of the players on the varsity team are seniors, one junior stands out. Center fielder Dylan Platt has shined throughout his baseball career. Platt, who has played … Continue reading

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Bagli prepares to take her acting, singing talents to the next level after graduation in May

By Jordan Hohlfelder, news editor The ultimate goal for an actor or actress is Broadway, to perform in front of thousands of people and do something that they love. This is the dream of senior Alison Bagli, and she is … Continue reading

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Language arts teacher Ryan Bishop allows his students to be themselves

By Jordan Hohlfelder, news editor   What makes a good teacher? Is it the activities they present in class or the atmosphere they create around them? Language arts teacher Ryan Bishop does all of the above. “He allows us to … Continue reading

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Crackers turn to diamond in Christmas miracle

By Starsong Brittain, staff writer On Dec. 24, language arts teacher Jill Johnson and her boyfriend of  six years, Rhys Campbell, were about to exchange presents in their apartment but pulled Christmas crackers first. Inside the second cracker, a diamond … Continue reading

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