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Sleep is for the STRONG

Sleep is for the STRONG
Ava Padelford March 12, 2020

The stars are shining bright in the sky, while the crickets begin to sing their lullaby. “Finally,” you think to yourself as you look out of the window. It’s everyone’s favorite part of the day. The time where you get to lay in peace. Your bed...

A Two-Man Race

A Two-Man Race
Devyn Marie March 12, 2020

Super Tuesday, or the Primary Elections took place on March 3rd for the American Samoa territory, Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, and Virginia.    For...

Irish Influence  

Irish Influence  
Makayla Bast March 11, 2020

While the buzz of Valentines Day subsides and the hype of March Madness intensifies, the emerald leprechaun takes the country by storm on Tuesday, March 17th through St Patrick’s Day. The day may be known for its Irish roots but the celebration was...

Liam’s Leap Into Office

Liam’s Leap Into Office
Emma Padelford March 11, 2020

For the past few years, Mountain Ridge has been proud to send their very own dedicated DECA members to run and hold a DECA state officer position. Now, for the 5th year in a row, Ridge DECA will send another amazing student to represent our chapter: junior,...

How to Spend Your Spring Break

How to Spend Your Spring Break
Madison Morse March 11, 2020

Spring break is all about having fun with family and friends. You don't have to break your bank to have fun. You might think there's not much going on but going out and making your own fun is what it's all about.    Go to a theme park. This...

Cheer: A Review

Cheer: A Review
Aileen Resendiz March 11, 2020

When you think of a sports documentary, you might think of the story of an up and coming basketball player, a professional boxer’s biography, or something like Free Solo, a story that follows rock climbers in Yosemite National Park. Would a documentary...

National Pediatric Cancer Foundation Fundraiser

National Pediatric Cancer Foundation Fundraiser
Aileen Resendiz March 11, 2020

Within this year, it's estimated that there will be 1.8 million new cancer diagnoses in the United States. Cancer is something that affects us on a widespread scale; almost every single one of us knows somebody who’s been impacted by cancer. That’s...

Coming to an End

Coming to an End
Kelsey Nahodil March 11, 2020

High school… the thing people look forward to from the moment they go to middle school. They can’t wait for the day to say they are in high school and starting all the different experiences. School sports, fun dances, friends, making memories. At...

What I Remember

What I Remember
“All the Things That I Remember Which Have Made Me the Person I am Today.”
Aden Schulze-Miller, Editor March 10, 2020

Inspired by the Efforts of Active Minds, Dedicated to Holocher & Cornpop   I can remember a lot of things when I actually put my mind to it. I can remember a lot of good things, a lot of bad things; I can remember a lot of things that I’d...

Cat Power: The Greatest?

Cat Power: The Greatest?
“Taking a Chance with Chan Marshall.”
Aden Schulze-Miller, Editor March 10, 2020

Dedicated to Em. R. York, the music BB.    Charlyn “Chan” Marshall, better known by her distinguished stage name “Cat Power,” has cemented herself as the premier poster child when it comes to the heart of the music industry.   In...

The Best Buddies Friendship Walk

The Best Buddies Friendship Walk
Emma Padelford March 7, 2020

Due to COVID-19 the walk has been canceled. :(   Ridge’s Best Buddies Club, along with other chapters in Arizona will be hosting a friendship walk on Saturday, March 28th, with the goal of bringing all of the Best Buddies chapters in...

Fine Chocolates, And The Heart

Fine Chocolates, And The Heart
“How Can The Kind of Chocolate That Someone Likes Tell You A Lot About Them?”
Aden Schulze-Miller March 4, 2020

I know what you’re thinking; I’ve known it since you read the title. You’re thinking that milk chocolate filled with salty caramel is the best kind of chocolate, and frankly, that’s because it is.   You gotta know though, there’s more...

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