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Class Officer Elections

Class Officer Elections

April 14, 2023

Final voting results are in and the Copper Hills’ 23-24 junior and senior class officers are in:  Senior Class President, Megan Checketts.  Senior Class Vice President, Grant LeVitre.  Senior Class...

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Copper Hills Senior Wins Statewide Essay

Kylan Olson
April 17, 2022

Each year, Westminster College announces a civility essay contest open to all high school students. This year, A Copper Hills Senior, Ethan Hepworth, was named the winner on 30 Mar 2022. Hepworth was announced...

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Black Face At Copper Hills High School

Ryan Doidge and Cassidy Pullin
October 11, 2020

On October 5th, 2020 an employee of Copper Hills posted a picture of herself in what appears to be blackface.  “No politics. No covid. No negativity. Post a picture of something black from your camera...

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Shaking up Peoples Trust

Shaking up People’s Trust

Zachary Thorne, Business Manager
March 22, 2020

The biggest earthquake in Utah, since 1992, was on the morning of March 18th at 7:09 a.m. Its magnitude was rated a 5.7 on the Richter scale and the epicenter, the focal point of the earthquake, was in...

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School Dismissal Extended Until May 1st

School Dismissal Extended Until May 1st

Growl Staff
March 13, 2020

UPDATE: March 23rd, 2020 - Governor Herbert Announces Utah’s K-12 public school's will be dismissed until May 1st   This is an ongoing story, we will provide more information as it becomes available.   March...

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Hailey Winn, Co-Editor-in-Chief
December 20, 2019

Paws for a Cause, Copper Hill’s winter fundraiser, ended today. Copper Hills High School beat the record they set last year with $49,125.03. “The school fundraises to help provide for Christmas and...

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Lockouts and Snow Days and Fires! Oh My!

Lainee Miller, Staff Writer
February 13, 2019

Copper Hills has had a crazy few months with a lockout, snow day, and now a fire. On February 12, 2019, Copper Hills had a fire, but most thought it was a drill.  Everyone casually walked out of the building...

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School Called Off for the First Snow Day in Two Decades

Daniella Rivera, Co-Editor-in-Chief
February 7, 2019

Many phone calls, and emails were sent to families of students across Utah that we would be having a snow day for the first time in a little over twenty years.     On February 6th, students woke...

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School Lockout Scare

Rachael Schafer, Co-Editor-in Chief
November 9, 2018

Yesterday and today students and teachers were told to stay in the school as there were potential threats within the community. On both days multiple tips were called in, saying that there was a man in...

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Teens Crash Stolen Vehicle, Leading to Brief Lockdown at Copper Hills

Mindy Braga, Opinion and Lifestyle Editor
September 11, 2018

Copper Hills High School went into a very brief lockdown on Monday after a stolen truck crashed onto the football field. The 3-minute interruption to homeroom came as police secured the area near the southwest...

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Sophomore Orientation

The Chance For Sophomores To Shine
Chasity Mayo, Co-Editor In Chief
March 27, 2018

Debaters polish their trophies, theatre students iron their costumes, in fact, every club in the school compiles their flashiest elements to prepare for sophomore orientation. As seniors leave their legacies...

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Walkout or Sit In

Students' Plan to Protest Gun Violence Nationwide
Hala Louviere , Co-Editor in Chief
March 13, 2018

The school shooting in Parkland, Florida was unlike any other. Often, media coverage dies down after people realize their impact is minimal. However, one month later, survivors of the massacre and their...

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