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A$AP back From Sweden

Jinda Kumpin, Staff Writer
November 18, 2019

The Harlem rapper A$AP Rocky, recently returned to the U.S. with an alarming assault charge. A viral video showed A$AP and his crew physically attacking a Swedish man. This placed A$AP in a rocky situation...

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High School and Middle School Collaboration

Hailey Winn, Co-Editor-in-Chief
November 4, 2019

On Thursday, October 17, 2019, West Hills Middle School (WHMS), Sunset Ridge Middle School (SRMS), Copper Hills High School (CHHS) choirs all gathered in the auditorium to share a night of song. This event...

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Band Competition at Herriman

Alex Hess, O & L Editor
October 22, 2019

On October 12, 2019, the Wasatch Front Invitational, at Herriman High School, the Copper Hills Mighty Marching Grizzlies (MMG) competed in their third competition of the year. After arriving at Herriman,...

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Choir, the First of the Last

Beth Brewster, Web Editor
October 21, 2019

On Tuesday, October 15, Copper Hills Choirs gathered together to perform four songs each in front of fellow students, families, and friends. The night started off with Mixed Choir performing a highlight...

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NF’s Demanded Concert

Alexa Christensen, Staff Writer
October 17, 2019

Saturday, September 12th, NF put on a concert at The Great Saltair. NF played with KYD the band at seven o’clock. These two performers put on a concert and had the crowd jumping with excitement. There...

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Frightmares

Tyla Jensen, Staff Writer
September 30, 2019

At this time of year, many people like to embrace the spooky spirit and go to haunted houses. One of the places, here in Utah, that has haunted houses during the Halloween season is Lagoon. Frightmares...

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Composing a Legacy

Alex Hess, Opinion and Lifestyle Editor
September 27, 2019

Abravanel Hall, on Friday the 20 of September, was the site of a well-attended performance by the Utah Symphony. The performance commenced at 7:30 in the gold plated concert hall and ended around 9:30...

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CHHS Slam Competes at Arts Fest

Alex Hess, Opinion and Lifestyle Editor
September 25, 2019

Over the summer our Slam poetry team competed at the Utah Arts Festival in the Indie Youth Slam. All of our competing poets made it past the first round, two made it to finals, and former Slam President...

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Dance Company: Make Your Own Magic

Samantha Hooper, Social Media Manager
September 24, 2019

The Copper Hills High School Dance Company ended last year with a Superior Ranking at adjudication. This year’s company has 10 returning members and they are primed to have another amazing year. This...

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Where The Band Stands

Alex Hess, Opinion and Lifestyle Editor
September 24, 2019

From Mighty Marching Grizzlies (MMG) had a rollercoaster of a summer in preparation for their fall season. MMG practiced morning and night in the blaring sun, marched in several parades, and hope to continue...

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“Even if You’re Little, You Can Do a Lot”: Matilda Review

Bailey Van Wagoner, Business Manager, Managing Editor, Web Editor
April 25, 2019

Since 1985, Hale Center Theater in Sandy, Utah has provided quality entertainment for audiences of all ages. Their Broadway and Off-Broadway plays host talented casts from the community and impressive...

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Welcoming Spring With the Holi Festival

Welcoming Spring With the Holi Festival

Alexa Christensen, Staff Writer
March 15, 2019

  What is the Holi festival? The Holi festival is a Hindu holiday that celebrates the arrival of spring.   This whole festival started as a legend. The legend is that there was once a king whose...

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