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To be banned or not to be banned? That is the question

Anthony Matury, Staff Writer March 24, 2021

Shakespeare is known for his variety of plays -- such as Othello, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, and several others, his 100+ sonnets, and many other forms of literature, making him one of the most...

Teacher Jeremy Comstock holds the

Haiku Madness: Comstock vitalizes poetry

Taylor Willmarth, Editor March 22, 2021

Writing poetry is an opportunity for learners to articulate their thoughts in a creative and expressive way. The benefits of this form of writing are extensive, but most wouldn’t describe it as riveting....

Parsons speaks about next year’s schedule

Marissa McMickle, Staff Writer February 18, 2021

Covid-19 has impacted students and teachers in many ways, and CMR Principal Kerry Parsons said the changes have made a big impact on everyone in the school community. “The bell schedule has lots of...

Dominion fed up: Rudy Giuliani being sued for $1.3 billion

Kerrigan Edwards, Editor in Chief February 9, 2021

For the last 19 years, Dominion Voting Systems, a company based in Toronto,  has supplied voting machines to both the United States and Puerto Rico. The only reason Dominion is being discussed today is...

BPA Club members gather awards on January 18

BPA Club members gather awards on January 18

January 24, 2021

The members of the CMR Business Professionals of America (BPA) Club performed well at the annual January contest held Jan. 18 at CMR. Noah Hollenback placed first in two events -- Payroll Accounting...

Bill Sandaker celebrates more than half a century of Rustler devotion

Bill Sandaker celebrates more than half a century of Rustler devotion

Marissa McMickle, Staff Writer January 7, 2021

Visiting athletes and fans -- and students who call C. M. Russell High School home -- simply need to take a stroll through the fieldhouse to appreciate Rustler athletic history. And it’s all thanks...

Following the drama department's annual Trick or Treat So Kids Can Eat event, stacks of food and supplies sit ready to be distributed to the CMR Food Pantry.

CMR drama exceeds goal in collecting food for the CMR food pantry

Ava Donahue, Staff Writer December 4, 2020

 Since 2010, Chris Evans has led the drama department in collecting food for the CMR food pantry.  The annual program -- part of the national Thespian organization -- is called Trick or Treat...

Student teacher learns lessons from COVID

Student teacher learns lessons from COVID

Taylor Willmarth and Justin Bollich October 21, 2020

Cydney Finberg-Roberts graduated from Columbia Falls High School in 2017 with a plan to become an educator. She moved to Great Falls to attend the University of Providence. Now, she is a student teacher...

CMR grad returns to the English classroom

Madison McMurphy and Isabel Foley October 2, 2020

Teaching in America is a completely different ballgame than teaching in another country. One student teacher has first-hand experience with this. Brandon Waldenburg spent time teaching in Guangzhou,...

Hallet returns to CMR as student teacher

Ava Donohue and Kerrigan Edwards October 2, 2020

Former Indian Education teacher Kylan Hallet has decided to take on teaching history for CMR high school. He is now a student teacher in Jolyn Johnson’s history classes.  We all know student...

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