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Daniella Rivera

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A Recollection of Their High School Memories: The Senior’s Last Dance

May 24, 2019

On May 17th, Seniors gathered at the Red Barn at Thanksgiving Point to recollect the memories whole high school career. The Senior Dinner Dance is a night where seniors are invited to come to have one...

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Climate Change is Real:  Steps Towards Environmental Protection

Climate Change is Real: Steps Towards Environmental Protection

May 24, 2019

Climate change is an ever increasing issue affecting our planet's’ ecosystems, species, and the environment as a whole. With Earth Day having its light of day on April 22nd of this year, environmental...

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Controversy Over New Tobacco Bill: Military Dependents Can Purchase Tobacco at Age 19

May 24, 2019

Utah has passed a bill that raises the age for people to buy tobacco, from 19 to 21. Much controversy has been brought to the surface not necessarily on the higher age, but about the exception that was...

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Copper Hills High School junior, Camilla Andam, passes out a valentine to every student in a 6A school, in hopes of brightening their day.

Racing Hearts: Track Star Camilla Andam Rushed to Make Sure All Grizzlies had a Happy Valentine’s Day

March 1, 2019

Junior, Camilla Andam is one of Copper Hills star athletes who competes on both the Varsity Volleyball and Track teams. What many don’t know, is that Andam spends much of her extra time studying music....

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School Called Off for the First Snow Day in Two Decades

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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Disney leaves behind their classics for more modern remakes.

Nostalgic Films: Recreations of Our Childhood Shows

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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Empowering Young Debaters: Marie Clegg Debate Tournament

January 28, 2019

The Copper Hills High School two-time state championship Speech and Debate team, has been competing at tournaments hosted by high schools in and out of the state, preparing themselves in hopes for another...

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Frozen Custard for a Freezing Day

January 7, 2019

Located in South Jordan, near The District, Nielsen’s Frozen Custard is a delight to most everyone’s ice cream preference, yet is constantly overlooked.  With over fifteen flavors to choose from and...

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Religion or Secularism

December 17, 2018

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[Photo] Jolly Jingles at Copper Hills High School

December 17, 2018

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Frivolous Figures: The Sad Evolution of Cartoon Characters

Frivolous Figures: The Sad Evolution of Cartoon Characters

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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The Kick is Revealed

December 13, 2018

As the Guardians of another Galaxy, Copper Hills High School Drill Team reveals their Kick Routine character at their showcase on December 5th. Rushing to find the best seat to watch the Azurettes...

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Copper Hills vs Timpangos: A Race Against Time

December 3, 2018

Playing the Timberwolves of Timpanogos, the Copper Hills Boys’ Basketball Varsity Team barely won, in a race against time and a double overtime on November 30th. The Grizzlies starting lineups went...

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The Copper Hills Band marches in West Jordan.

Music in the Making

November 14, 2018

Our music department works on songs year round but rarely get credit when it is due.  Multiple concerts have already happened and our musicians continue to improve their pieces.   With such a big...

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The Future We Dread

The Future We Dread

November 14, 2018

Graduating only to go back to school is a future many of us dread, but we look forward to it all the same. Seniors are counting down the days to the last day of school when we should be counting down the...

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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 where Lilly E. Gray had gone on the night of November 14, 1958 in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Is it that...

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Girls’ Volleyball vs. Taylorsville

October 2, 2018

After a successful win against Herriman last thursday, Girls’ Volleyball played against Taylorsville today.  The national anthem was sung and the girls began. We were winning 15-8 within five minutes....

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Rush Into Rush Week

Rush Into Rush Week

August 25, 2018

Moving from middle school to high school may be tough but with an endless list of opportunities to meet new people the move wont be so harsh.  Copper hills offers many kinds of clubs that students can...

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