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Editorial: Making Student Wellness Matter at Palmer Ridge

Editorial Board

March 15, 2017

Filed under Op Ed

“If we’re going to be real about mental health it's a community involvement, engagement that needs to happen,” Mr. Tom Pulford told his health class in the late hours of a Tuesday afternoon. Pulford is among many professionals...

Letter: Government does not have a responsibility to pay for college

February 21, 2017

Filed under Op Ed

Reading the editorial this morning, I appreciated the arguments given, but I'd like to put some things into perspective. It's a nice sentiment to say the government should take responsibility for all our education. Student...

The Final Score: February

Jacob Cheeseman, Sports Editor

February 16, 2017

Filed under Op Ed, Sports

The Rockies may be on the Rebound This might sound crazy or biased but the Rockies have a chance to finish with a winning record in 2017. Anyone who knows me also knows that I am a diehard Rockies fan. I even mentioned this i...

Editorial: It’s time to do something about the outrageous cost of college

Editorial Board

February 16, 2017

Filed under Op Ed, Uncategorized

Midway through the summer of 2016, the financial analysis website Market Watch developed a “student loan clock.” It estimates the total student debt in the United States. Today, the clock reads somewhere in the ballpark of...

Editorial: United States still a nation in desperate need of equality

Editorial Board

January 20, 2017

Filed under Op Ed

Any policy that is designed to target a particular religion, race, or other minority group is morally wrong and entirely un-American.

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The Final Score: January

Jonathan Olds, Sports Editor

January 17, 2017

Filed under Op Ed, Sports

If you’re an everyday sports fan, chances are you know that Clemson won the College Football National Championship last week. Also, chances are that that’s the only result you remember from the 3 week blitz stuffed full of...

Editorial: Palmer Ridge staff and students deserve a fall break

Editorial Board

December 17, 2016

Filed under Op Ed

By the time Thanksgiving break rolls around every year, Palmer Ridge staff and students have been in class for roughly three months straight. This stretch contains just three days off for students and just two days off for teachers. Therefore,...

Letter: Clinton’s track record makes her unfit for presidency

November 2, 2016

Filed under Op Ed

To the editor: To say “there will be only one responsible choice on the ballot” is irresponsible. Hillary is the most morally and ethically corrupt politician ever nominated.  She made millions selling power and influence...

Endorsing Local Candidates and Deciding on Local Ballot Initiatives

Editorial Board

October 14, 2016

Filed under Op Ed

Although most eyes and ears have been turned to Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump this election season, there are multiple local elections and ballot measures that deserve attention as well. Incumbent candidate Michael Bennet (D)...

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