The Grizzly Growl

  • Male Cheerleaders

    Male Cheerleaders

    Lainee Miller, Staff Writer

    October 9, 2018

    As another massive crowd is watching a Copper Hills football game underneath the Friday night lights, two male athletes emerge from a cluster of people towards the center of the field. Seniors, Ethan Worland, and Aaron Libby, sweat dripping down their faces, shout, “Go! Grizzlies, Go!” The crowd beg...

    Ethan Worland (Left) is one of the male cheerleaders for Copper Hills.

    Lainee Miller

  • The Headless Women in Film

    The Headless Women in Film

    Jessica McMann, News Editor

    October 5, 2018

    Every year, hundreds of fictional women are sent to the guillotine. The heads fall into the hands of women, rather than roll the floor, as people look on in ignorance. These deaths are neither bloody, nor loud. The Headless Women of Hollywood project was made to show the popularity of featuring wome...

    Zoraya Meneses

  • Myths that Went too Far

    Myths that Went too Far

    Daniella Rivera, Co-Editor in Chief

    October 5, 2018

    Was it a murder by her husband? Or an accident?  Was she cruising down Route 666? No one has a clue where Lilly E. Gray had gone on the night of November 14, 1958 in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Is it that they have no clue, or that their only clues lead to many different conspiracies? Throwing it b...

    Aireonna Fox

  • The Zombies of Copper Hills: A Call for Change

    The Zombies of Copper Hills: A Call for Change

    Bailey Van Wagoner, Managing Editor, Business Manager, Web Editor

    October 5, 2018

    Moans and groans echo through the hallway from the throngs of bodies who trudge into the building. The 7:30 a.m. tardy bell rings as these walking corpses shuffle to their seats and prepare for class to begin. Bags under their eyes and sleep still on their minds, they stare absently around the room ...

    Zombies roam the streets, much like students roam the halls.

    Kassidy Babcock

  • Columbus Day

    Columbus Day

    Teyanna Kaibetoney, Arts and Entertainment Editor

    October 5, 2018

    My name is Teyanna Kaibetoney and I am Diné (Navajo). I am from Bilagáana (Anglo) and born for Tábąąhá (Water Edge Clan).  I come from people with a deep history. Last year, the State of Utah made the decision to make Indigenous Peoples’ Day a holiday along with Columbus Day. This decision to honor bot...

    Kassidy Babcock

Physics Pumpkin Drop
Burning of the CH

Burning of the CH

October 9, 2018

New Clubs to Copper Hills

New Clubs to Copper Hills

October 5, 2018

Change Coming to Copper Hills Student Section

September 14, 2018

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Winter Formal vs. Halloween Dance

October 5, 2018

Each year, while Copper Hills throws a small Halloween Dance, other schools--such as Herriman and Bingham--throughout...

Myths that Went too Far

Myths that Went too Far

October 5, 2018

Was it a murder by her husband? Or an accident?  Was she cruising down Route 666? No one has a clue...

What Not to Wear: Halloween Special

What Not to Wear: Halloween Special

October 5, 2018

Halloween is creepily hiding just around the corner, and it’s time to pay a gross amount of money for...

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Hey Copper Hills, How Do You Feel…
Is Copper Hills Wrestling for You?

Is Copper Hills Wrestling for You?

October 9, 2018

Sports Rivals

Sports Rivals

October 9, 2018

Male Cheerleaders

Male Cheerleaders

October 9, 2018

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Copper Hills’ Band Presents: Where the Deer and the Antelope Play
The Headless Women in Film

The Headless Women in Film

October 5, 2018

The Inner Workings of Beauty and the Beast

The Inner Workings of Beauty and the Beast

October 5, 2018

Drug Use

Drug Use

October 5, 2018

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The Official Student Voice of Copper Hills High School
The Official Student Voice of Copper Hills High School