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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

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...

Ryan Leaf to speak at CMR on May 2

Ryan Leaf to speak at CMR on May 2

April 2, 2019

CMR graduate Ryan Leaf, who went on to play football in the NFL and has struggled with substance abuse and mental health issues, will speak to the community on May 2 at 7:30 p.m. Today, Leaf works as a program ambassador for Transcend Recovery in Los Angeles. The presentation is free and open to the...

AA Band – an event to remember

Jayla Mitchell, Staff Writer

March 26, 2019

As apart of the top band at CMR, Hailey Finch got to experience something incredibly unique to Montana schools. From March 4-5, CMR’s symphonic band participated in the AA Music Festival. Students from around the state meet in one city, rehearse for two days, and perform pieces they have prepa...

Hoyer named new Assistant Superintendent


March 18, 2019

GFPS NEWS RELEASE   “ I have spent the past 23 years working closely with families and professionals in the Great Falls Public Schoolssystem. I strongly believe that Great Falls Public Schools is an in...



March 14, 2019

CMR's Business Professionals of America (BPA) sent 13 members to the State Leadership Conference held in Billings.  All those who attended placed in the Top Ten in their individual and/or team events.  Six members qualified for the National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, California in the...

March 13, 2019

Students of CMR earned Heisey awards during first period on Mar. 12 in Bill Williamson Hall. Students  have been judged on criteria based on their teachers’ observation of improvement in citizenship, scholarship, and effort for this year.   11 Ayers, Alexander 12 Baker, Peyton 10 Blackford, Em...

Regional Science Bowl comes to an end

Regional Science Bowl comes to an end

March 13, 2019

This past weekend, the Regional Science Bowl took place in Billings and our students did amazing.  They were undefeated in the Round Robin Competition and beat Plentywood, Custer County, Helena High, but lost to Billings West.  They joined the losers bracket and beat Billings Skyview but w...

Senioritis, some have it, and some don’t

Sophie Kluge and Maggie Petersen

February 25, 2019

Time is just a construct, but high school is a force to be reckoned with, it is one that changes an individual from beginning to end. From the intimidatingly long halls in the eyes of a freshman, to the all too familiar calls of senioritis, perspective truly defines the years of a teenager. “I th...

CMR musicians perform in Portland festival

Grace Carr, Editor in Chief

February 20, 2019

Few students are given the opportunity to pursue their passion and improve their growing talents. However, a select group of talented musicians have been selected from CMR to do exactly that. On Feb. 14-17, choir, band, and orchestra students traveled to Portland, Oregon to participate in the All-Northw...

The Falls gets artsy

Jackson Howell and Hannah Pospisil

February 19, 2019

Urban art is described as a style of art completely pertaining to cities-- art teacher Elizabeth Rogstad of Charles M. Russell high school decided to participate in the Great Falls Urban Art Project along with other art teachers in the Great Falls Community. Every year, Great Falls has an art installme...

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