When a newspaper makes the news

Evan Ochsner, Co-Editor-In-Chief

October 26, 2016

Filed under News, Showcase

When The Bear Truth editorial board made the decision to endorse Hillary Clinton for president, it knew it would get people talking. However, it didn't expect to make national news, after originally publishing the endorsement...

Appreciation for our Emergency Responders

Alexis Olmstead, News Editor

September 22, 2016

Filed under News

On September 21st, schools in District 38 honored our first responders and emergency personnel by wearing red and blue clothing. Bear Creek elementary school students showed their appreciation by providing police officers with...

What the Park?

Alexis Olmstead, News Editor

September 15, 2016

Filed under News

Anybody who owns a car and drives to school has experienced the struggle of finding a parking spot in the student lot any time after 7:20 in the morning. Now that Palmer Ridge has over thirteen hundred students, the carpool line...

The Stars of Starlight!

Starr Samkus, Online EIC and Trending Editor

September 4, 2016

Filed under News

Model United Nations Summer Camp

Alexis Olmstead, News Editor

August 29, 2016

Filed under News

Have you ever attended a camp where teenagers from fourteen different countries came to learn about one universal academic activity? I have. On July 17th, I flew to Boston, Massachusetts to attend a Model United Nations Camp at...

Mr. Bedia to the Rescue!

Cole Hatfield, Reporter

August 26, 2016

Filed under News

Mr. Bedia is now a dog trainer, as well as an engineer. He has been spending his free time training service dogs and it has proved to be a very rewarding and helpful hobby. Last winter Mr.Bedia was out skiing and ran into a bit...

Election 2016: Trump and Clinton Visit Colorado Immediately Following the Conventions

Alexis Olmstead, News Editor

August 24, 2016

Filed under News

Clear, concrete lines divide people of all races, genders, and ethnicities. These dividing lines take the form of borders between nations, distinctions between social classes, or even the perimeter of a religious institution such...

The process behind the senior gift: What it takes to build our own tech table

Jenna Bethany, Editor-in-Chief

April 25, 2016

Filed under News

Back in November, the Senior Gift Committee declared their ambitious project to bring a cutting-edge, touchscreen table to the ridge as the Class of 2016’s legacy. According to Clay Hurford (12), this gift may be the mos...

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