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Riley Simone, News

November 20, 2019

Have you ever thought about what it would be like to go to school in a different country? In Switzerland, the standard of education and the international schools are thought very highly of, even when compared to the rest of Eu...

Eat a Tarantula

Molly Hays, Reporter

November 19, 2019

Sometimes we only think about schools in the U.S., but there are schools all over the world, for instance in Cambodia. Education in Cambodia is controlled by the state through the Ministry of Education. The Cambodian school system inc...

Its the Wrong Pot of Gold

November 18, 2019

If you have trouble getting up in the morning you should go to some schools in Ireland. For some, schools in Ireland the days go from 9am- 4pm. School lasts from September to June. Students also get breaks for holidays such as...

From flutes to violins

Kaleb Dorale, News

November 6, 2019

CRASH, BANG, HONK, BOOM!!! On October 17, 2019, in the CMS gym, Mrs. Pearson-Horner, and her students played music at the fall concert. The bleachers were filled with family members and folks from the community.  Mrs. Pearson-H...

Bothersome (8th grade) Boys

Barrett George, News

November 5, 2019

We, as students, automatically think that our teachers are annoying because they make us work for 175 days out of the year (and it’s torture!!). On the flip side we are probably extremely annoying because we are constantly tryin...

Need Milk?

Teena Briggs, News

November 5, 2019

At Cody Middle School students are not provided chocolate milk anymore. A large number of students only drank the chocolate milk with their meals because they think the white milk is gross.The school got rid of the chocolate milk b...

Pricey Thanksgiving

Aidan Gallagher, News

November 4, 2019

One of the United States signature holidays is Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is a celebration of the early settlers having a peace feast with the Native Americans. Now Thanksgiving is a multi billion dollar holiday. The U.S. spends...

Going Back In Time

Danielle Lipe, News

November 3, 2019

  Did you know that 80 million germs are exchanged during a kiss? Too bad the actors and actresses didn't know this while doing the “Romeo and Juliet” play. Back then, Shakespeare never intended for anyone to kiss, hu...

Those who Wish to Sing, Always find a Song

Josefina Blain, News

November 3, 2019

Just keep singing. Saturday, October 26. Jazzical had the chance to go to the North Big Horn Basin Middle School Honor Choir (NBHB MS Honor Choir) in Thermopolis. Rachel Schoessler is Lovell’s Middle and High School choral d...

The Dent Schoolhouse

Logan Class, News

October 27, 2019

Haunted houses have been frightening people since 1915, when the first haunted house attraction, Orton and Spooner’s Ghost House was created. Then the haunted house business started. An example of these is “The Dent Schoolh...

Follow the Yellow Brick Road!

Sage Ellsbury, News

October 27, 2019

You pull into the corn maze, and you see a huge barn a cornfield and ice cream stands of all sorts, this is Fosters Produce Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch. The Fosters Corn Maze is opened from September 15th - October 31st and s...

A-Maized and Corn-Fused

Danielle Lipe, Feature

October 27, 2019

This year's largest corn maze is the Cool Patch Pumpkin Corn Maze. The pumpkin patch/corn maze was founded in 2001 and continuously became larger and larger until eventually, it beat the world record. This maze has accomplished the ...