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The PLT and NHS clubs were able to provide individuals with disabilities one night of normalcy.

Escaping the Bonds of a Wheelchair

Rachael Schafer, Co-Editor-in-Chief
March 1, 2019

The last two years, the PLT and NHS clubs have paired together to put on a dance for special needs individuals at the Bear-O Care Foundation. With all of their work combined, this year they were able to...

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Morgan Madsen (left) supporting Karlie Parrish (right)

The Miracle Worker

Rachael Schafer, Co-Editor-in-Chief
February 28, 2019

This year the Copper Hills Theater productions put on the show, “The Miracle Worker”, starting on February 28th and going to the 4th of March. The Miracle Worker is the story of Helen Keller and her...

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An on-stage Q&A featuring the production crew of Sea of Shadows.

The Vaquita’s SOS Call

Rachael Schafer, Co-Editor-in-Chief
February 2, 2019

The Grizzly Growl and CHTV News had the special opportunity to attend Sundance Film Festival in Salt Lake on January 31, 2019, and to attend this year’s Audience Pick for Best International Documentary,...

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A group photo including the cast of CHTV News and the crew of the Grizzly Growl, along with Jack Hutton, who was featured in the Sundance film Sea of Shadows.

The Shadows We Create

Rachael Schafer, Co-Editor-in-Chief
February 2, 2019

The Sundance Film Festival began in late January, premiering 112 films from filmmakers around the world. Among these is a film called, “Sea of Shadows”, directed by Richard Ladkani. The Sundance...

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Disney leaves behind their classics for more modern remakes.

Nostalgic Films: Recreations of Our Childhood Shows

Daniella Rivera, Co-Editor-in-Chief
February 2, 2019

With old ideas, but new ways to portray them, Disney classics like The Lion King and Aladdin are coming out with live action versions. It is well-known that filmmakers continue to recreate movies that...

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Concurrent Enrollment Art Extravaganza

Concurrent Enrollment Art Extravaganza

Bailey Van Wagoner, Business Manager, Managing Editor, Web Editor
January 18, 2019

To celebrate the many hours of students’ hard work in Art 1010, Copper Hills put on The Concurrent Enrollment Extravaganza from January 11th to the 17th. As a part of Copper Hills’ Art 1010 course,...

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A Look Into the Utah Museum of Fine Arts

A Look Into the Utah Museum of Fine Arts

Teyanna Kaibetoney, Arts and Entertainment Editor
January 9, 2019

Art allows people to experience new cultures and provides a different perspective on life. Artists want to spread a message in a creative way and art does that. While visiting the Utah Museum of Fine Arts...

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Social Awareness Through Art

Social Awareness Through Art

Rachael Schafer, Co-Editor-in-Chief
December 17, 2018

Around the halls of Copper Hills, many may have noticed the human-sized sculptures made out of packing tape. Questions have flown around and not everyone is sure of their purpose or meaning. Mrs. Elice...

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Frivolous Figures: The Sad Evolution of Cartoon Characters

Frivolous Figures: The Sad Evolution of Cartoon Characters

Daniella Rivera, Co-Editor-in-Chief
December 17, 2018

With girl power being shown through Powerpuff Girls and long lasting friendship through Spongebob Squarepants, students of this generation got lucky with such inspiring cartoon figures. But as time flies,...

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Peace on Earth: A Kurt Bestor Christmas

Lainee Miller, Staff Writer
December 15, 2018

Kurt Bestor has been coming to Utah to perform for the past 31 years with his magical piano skills. This year’s concert was special because of the title, “Peace on Earth”. He hardly titles his shows...

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Grizzlies Got Talent

Alan Pasalagua, Staff Writer
December 15, 2018

At Copper Hills, there are a handful of students who want to share their talents, but opportunities are hard to come by. At least until CHHS had their annual talent show on December 11th for Paws 4 a Cause....

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Magical Voices

Jill Stevens, Staff Writer
December 14, 2018

After months of practice, the choirs’ Christmas Concert was well worth the wait. On Thursday, December 13th, all the choirs got together and presented their Christmas Concert called “Gloria”, accompanied...

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