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CMR music performs the music of today

CMR music performs the music of today

Grace Carr, Editor in Chief

June 4, 2019


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The CMR choir, band, and orchestra departments ended their season on a high note with their annual “Pop Concert.” Music students performed in the CMR auditorium for the final time this school year, but this specific concert is more special than the others. “I believe [this concert is special] becau...

Students handle the stress of finals

Katelyn Zuris, Introduction to Journalism student

June 3, 2019


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        It’s that time again. End of the year finals fill students with all kinds of emotions. Some people dread finals while others enjoy them. Most freshmen get nervous or scared for finals because they have never taken them.      “I...

Graduating class of 2022 plans for success

Zoey Schug, Introduction to Journalism student

June 3, 2019


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     The newly elected sophomore student government for the upcoming year are already working hard for the class of 2022.      Sophomore president Ashton Blake is striving for an increase in student involvement in the community. Blake plans on creating...

Students learn about a persistent Montana issue

Students learn about a persistent Montana issue

Hailey Finch, Introduction to Journalism student

June 3, 2019


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On Tuesday, May 21, 24 students, two teachers, one Montana conservation expert, and one bus driver descended the steps of their bus into the fresh air of the Rocky Mountain Front.      “The purpose of the trip was to educate students on the types of noxious weeds and to get out...

Class of 2019

Class of 2019

June 3, 2019


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Staff bids farewell and recognizes teachers at annual Retirement Tea

Staff bids farewell and recognizes teachers at annual Retirement Tea

May 29, 2019


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On May 29, the CMR staff gathered in the cafeteria to say goodbye to retirees and recognize award winners. The 2019 retirees are: Anne Bulger, Terri Dahl, Lori Hoff, Joan Karls, Rhonda Moore and Betsy Rogstad. The Velma Jordan Award was presented to science department leader Jon Davis. The CMR...

2019 – 2020 Student Government

May 10, 2019


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Student Body  President - Madison Mitchell Vice President - Brennan Clements Secretary Treasurer  - William Harr     Senior Class President - Amiya Williams Vice President - Kaylee Karjala Secretary Treasurer - PJ Thomas Senators Emma Bergman Kellen Bor...

Stampede staff earns awards at Montana High School Journalism Day

Stampede staff earns awards at Montana High School Journalism Day

April 28, 2019


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Members of the CMR Stampede staff -- accompanied by three yearbook staff members -- traveled to Missoula April 17-18 for the annual Journalism Day at the University of Montana. The staff attended classes and were recognized at the awards ceremony for the work they and their newspaper peers have done...

Students named Outstanding Juniors for 2019

Students named Outstanding Juniors for 2019

April 17, 2019


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On April 16, 14 junior Rustlers were recognized by the school's various departments as the Outstanding Juniors for 2019. The selected students are: ART -- Emma Bergman Business -- Amiya Williams Theatre -- Justin Freeny English -- McKenzie Connell Family Consumer Science -- Gracie Unterseher Health...

Birds Aren’t Real movement points to real-world problems

Birds Aren’t Real movement points to real-world problems

Kaylebb Stahmer, Staff Writer

April 4, 2019


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Countless conspiracy theories exist in today’s technologically-advanced age, whether that be the flat-earth theory or the more recent QAnon theory. A unique theory has started to gain popularity in recent years on social media that is a reprise to the normal, the Birds Aren't Real movement. This m...

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