Making a Splash

Taylor Mitchell, Editor-In-Chief

February 2, 2018

    On Saturday, February 3rd, the girls’ swim team will be competing in leagues at Meyer’s Pool, followed a week after by their state meet. Two of the swimmers, sophomores Elsa Debrunner and Megan Wilkins, have already q...

Elective Extravaganza

Parker Jones, Managing Editor

January 16, 2018

  Just days into the spring semester, the counseling office is already abuzz with a consistent stream of students trickling in and out for tips and guidance on registering for next year’s classes. In order to make the d...

Wyatt Bunch, Maddi Koskinen, Luke Whittington, Joel VanDyne, and Mack Teaff stop for a quick photo between teachers' rooms as they collect coffee orders.  Their

Conifer’s Coffee Cart

December 8, 2017

Review: In Real Life Christmas

Riley Patton, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017

A boy band named In Real Life has released two songs which the band is attempting to sell as a full Christmas album. The “album,” titled In Real Life (I’ve never seen a self-titled Christmas album), is roughly seven minutes long...

Trashy Bears

Parker Jones and Trinity Foreman

November 28, 2017

A scratching and banging that makes you worry, or a great photo opportunity? It’s bear season again, the pro and con of mountain life. Everyone loves to see them in a field or yard at a safe distance, but not in the chicken...

KEY Club president Brenna Nease prepares to head into the haunted house to volunteer, dressed in full vampire get-up. She helped organize and set up the event and greeted attendees on their way into the haunted house. 

Photo Courtesy of Parker Jones

A Hallway Haunting

November 28, 2017

A vase holding mini American flags and blue tissue paper sits in the center of one of the cafeteria tables. Student government spent time putting up red, white, and blue decorations throughout the cafeteria, in honor of the upcoming holiday. 

Photo courtesy of Katherine Ryan

Veteran Breakfast

November 28, 2017

Butterfly fly away…to Colorado?

Taylor Mitchell, Editor-in-Chief

November 7, 2017

Butterflies are resident to the US, but they aren’t usually in abundance in Conifer. This year, there has been a huge rise in the butterfly population.    According to the National Weather Service, there’s an orange bl...

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