Battle Royale Blitz

Alex Ainsworth and Elijah Davidson

April 18, 2018

    Walk into class one day, and listen. If you wait for a few minutes, you’re almost certainly going to hear one of these terms come up: Fortnite: Battle Royale, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), Rules of Survival, and maybe even Radical Heights. All of these fit into one category: an insanely...

A Movie Under the Stars

Parker Jones, Managing Editor

April 16, 2018

   Though most students can’t stand the thought of being at the school past 2:35, Student Government is encouraging them to do just that by hosting an after-hours event on the football field aimed towards the entire student body and the community; the catch is that it isn’t related to academics....

The Glitz and Glamour of Mile High Station

Taylor Mitchell, Editor-In-Chief

April 16, 2018

   Students from Conifer made their way to Mile High Station in Denver for prom on Friday, April 13th. The DJ was suspended in the air above the dance floor, there were stacks of cake and cookies, and the sounds of kids playing pool echoed off the walls. Overall, most people in attendance enjoyed the...

Theatre’s Impact on Conifer

Freshman Maryn Rafdal, who does not attend Conifer, pactices on the silks days before the opening night of Pippin, Conifer's spring musical.  The musical involved various elements that the cast had never worked with before, from a raised platform on the stage to silks hanging from the ceiling.

April 10, 2018

If you drive around Conifer on any given day, you are likely to see a poster for a theatre company.    As many know, Conifer is the proud home of not one, but two, impressive theatre companies: The Venue and StageDoor. These companies produce more than five shows a year across various age group...

Echosmith raffle

Copies of this banner and daily announcements alert students to the opportunity to win tickets to the Tuesday, April 11 concert at Denver's Gothic Theater.

Parker Jones, Managing Editor

April 10, 2018

You feel the crunch of a crushed soda can and forgotten bag of popcorn under your feet as you’re occasionally nudged by another concert attendee who dances along to the opening act. The artist eventually walks off the stage, and the auditorium around you grows still. Soon the crowd begins to chant,...

HOSA students win big at State Competition

HOSA competitors mug for the camera at their first ever competition, February 22-24.  Two students advanced to International competition.

Christine Stricker, HOSA Adviser

March 1, 2018

HOSA students did well at their first ever state competition, February 22-24, 2018. HOSA is a national career and technical student organization endorsed by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Science Education (HSE) Division of ACTE. HOSA’s two-fold mission is to: Promote career ...

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 decision of entering Spanish or choir easier, electives teachers will be hold...

Conifer’s Coffee Cart

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

Joel VanDyne, Lobo Legend Intern

December 8, 2017

Hi, my name is Joel, and I am a student in the Challenge Program.  We do this thing in the Challenge Program called the “Coffee Cart.”  We sell coffee to all the teachers during seminar.  The cost is one dollar.  We sell coffee, hot cocoa, and even tea. In the Challenge Program, we all do Christm...

State Journalism Competition

Sophomore Parker Jones eats lunch in between sessions awaiting the award ceremony.

Taylor Mitchell, Editor-in-Chief

December 8, 2017

For those who aren’t involved, journalism is a division of courses in the same way that signs are present in a public place; many don’t notice the information until they need it. For students that are in media classes, the constant drive to find more stories and photo opportunities fuels them thro...

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 coop or trash.     According to the National Park Service website, bea...

An Earnestly Performed Show

Freshman Chloe Malcolm and senior Ariel Thomas play off of each other’s characters in a mid-play scene. They had only weeks to prepare their characters, having to quickly memorize lines, find costumes, and practice with one another.

Parker Jones, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017

Gold-encrusted balconies wrap around a bustling 1895 theatre that is aglow with the excitement of opening night. The town riffraff and cabinet ministers alike anticipate being lured into a world of fiction by the first lines of dialogue. The first performance of “The Importance of Being Earnest” is 122...

A Forest of Doom… in Conifer?

As the sun disappears, small spotlights illuminate the skeletons and their tombstones. Sounds of cracking twigs and squeaky coffin lids echo from an unseen source. The graveyard near the end of the trail held tombstones with many different inscriptions.

Parker Jones, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017

Everything is eerily still. All that can be heard is the pounding rush of a stream and the faint whisper of mountain wind. It’s too silent. Suddenly, there’s a deafening scream. A chainsaw revs. Bright lights flash, and startling yells of “Peekaboo!” pierce the ears. A man in a mask starts to giv...

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