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Children cartoon that not only entertains but teaches about culture

Ashton Palen, Sports Editor

May 26, 2017

Everyone had their favorite channel as a kid. Whether it was Nickelodeon, Disney, or Cartoon Network, you watched something. And on that favorite channel there was a show that stood above the rest. For me, that show was “Av...

Exchange student came back for a second year and is now graduating

Aurora Oden, Staff Writer

May 26, 2017

Senior Marta Sevilla returned to CMR this year after being an exchange student from Spain last year. Sevilla really enjoyed all of the things she got to experience last year which made her decision to come back easy. “I came...

High school band will never be the same

Chloe Geary, Staff Writer

May 26, 2017

Both of the high school band teachers in the district will change next year. At CMR, Russ Kellogg will be replaced by Chris Kloker, who’s been teaching in Dillon, Mont. for more than a decade.   Cece Grasseschi, ...

Student Body Officers share their goals for the new school year

Isaiah Vang, Online Editor

May 26, 2017

It has come to the end of one generation but a start for a new one. Student Body President Nico Sanchez, Vice-President Julia Gremaux, and Treasurer/Secretary Cole Strong are ready to fulfill their role as student body officers a...

Being respectful has power

Jessica Banks, Opinion Editor

May 26, 2017

My parents have always taught me that treating others with respect is one of the most important things you can do. Whether it be someone you like or dislike, a person is a person and respect is the same all around. I have...

Freshmen Profile in Softball

Sarah Ljunggren, Staff Writer

May 26, 2017

Softball had a homerun of a season. Freshman Sienna Cherry was able to experience it firsthand this year during her first year on the team.   “It was good. It was a lot harder than I thought it was going to be,” Ch...

Special Election

Mackenzie George, Editor In Chief

May 26, 2017

They don’t call it a “special election” for nothing. With Ryan Zinke appointed Secretary of the Interior, Montana is in the midst of a political race to fill Zinke’s seat in the House of Representatives. It’s not jus...

Russellog releases its 52nd year book, editor reflects on the year-long creative process

Hannah Pate, Staff Writer

May 26, 2017

Russellog came out with their long anticipated fifty-second yearbook on May 18. The theme is Out of Line, and yearbook editor Terryn Premo was especially excited about the release.   The planning for this year’s edition start...

My taste of sunshine

McKenzie Connell, Staff Writer

March 28, 2017

  Jumping into the pool while imagining my fellow students at school slaving away was definitely a bonus to my week-long vacation. The weather change wasn’t that bad either. Going from the frigid 40’s, to the blist...

FFA students go for the blue and gold

Mary Brown, Staff Writer

March 28, 2017

For an FFA student, winning a state competition is the hardest goal to accomplish. After hours of studying, weeks of preparing, and hours of competing the students from the Electric City chapter were well rewarded.   ...

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