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  • The Beyonders Book Review.

    The Beyonders Book Review.

    Josh Parker, Staff Writer

    November 27, 2016

    The Beyonders is a fictional fantasy series written by Brandon Mull, the author of the well-known series, Fablehaven. The Beyonders was published on March 15th, 2011. The series has 3 books: Beyonders: A World Without Heroes, Beyonders: Seeds of Rebellion, and Beyonders: Chasing the Prophecy. The sto... READ MORE »»

  • Vote for your School Calendar

    Vote for your School Calendar

    Mazana Boerboom, Staff Writer

    November 27, 2016

    Going into this article I was ready to rant about how unfair this year's shortened winter break is. I had heard many students complain about how short it is, and how they wanted more time for Christmas festivities and family vacations. I myself was unhappy with the break, and found myself venting at my ... READ MORE »»

  • A Curse On Cottonwood Football

    A Curse On Cottonwood Football

    Tomas D'Anella, Assistant Editor, Sports Editor

    November 27, 2016

    “I would say we’re cursed. Cursed with injuries, state turning kids down. Almost felt like every time we turned around, someone got hurt.” Coach Mike Tidwell speaks of Cottonwood’s 2016 football season as it is. Coaches and athletes had high hopes coming into this season. They had every re... READ MORE »»

    The Cottonwood Colts make their way out of the locker room, to the field.

    Tomas D'Anella

  • Superheroes Take Over the World

    Superheroes Take Over the World

    Mazana Boerboom, Staff Writer

    November 6, 2016

    The superhero market is booming, DC and Marvel movies are racking up millions, and at times billions, of dollars in the box office for every movie they release. The fan base is huge for these franchises, and that is no exaggeration. Besides the movies, there are TV shows, comic books, fan fiction, merch... READ MORE »»

  • Humane Society October Adoption Special

    Humane Society October Adoption Special

    Alysia Hunter, staff writer

    November 6, 2016

    According to the Utah Humane Society's web site, more than 2,000 years ago, people of England thought that black cats were transformed spirits. They thought cats had brought shorter days of sunlight and colder nights. So, to placate the animals, a priest had a festival honoring Samhain, the lord of t... READ MORE »»

    11 month old Labrador retriever waits for adoption

  • CHS Homecoming Assembly 2016

    CHS Homecoming Assembly 2016

    Tomas D'Anella, Assistant Editor, Sports Editor

    October 25, 2016

    Thank you to the student body officers, administration, and seniors for an amazing homecoming assembly. We applaud all you have done for this school.

  • Lia Gerlds

    Lia Gerlds

    Victoria Vera, Staff Writer

    October 19, 2016

    Lia Gerlds, a student from Cottonwood High School, creates a water color painting in her art class.

  • Global Campus Program

    Global Campus Program

    McKenna Keyes, Editor in Chief

    October 19, 2016

    The seventh annual Global Campus Program (GCP) is coming to Cottonwood October 17 and 18. This program provides an international experience for Korean and American high school students. GCP is tailored to open up cultures to both Korean and American students. As part of this program, South Korean stud... READ MORE »»

    Logo from the newsletter about the Global Engagement program, hosted by the University of Utah.

    McKenna Keyes

  • Haunted Houses In Utah

    Haunted Houses In Utah

    Addie Wallace, Section Editor

    October 19, 2016

    September and October are the best time of the year for haunted houses. Colt Roundup has researched basic facts about some of the most popular and frightening locations in Utah. Which haunted houses should you take the time to visit this Halloween season? Lagoon is an amusement park that has Frightm... READ MORE »»

    Kaitlyn Skewes (Left most) is an actor at Lagoon's Frightmares

  • Homework’s Everlasting effect on Students.

    Homework’s Everlasting effect on Students.

    Angel Duran, Staff writer

    October 11, 2016

    Homework is a problem every student stresses about. Many students are concerned about not having enough time to spend with family or friends. Some students make up excuses for not having their homework with them.  Often students say they can't finish homework because they have a job. Many students ... READ MORE »»

    Homework bringing stress to students.

    Angel Duran

Santa on Trial

Santa on Trial

McKenna 'Rebel' Keyes, Journalist, Photographer

How was the myth of St. Nick ruined for some of these unfortunate people? Prepare to laugh!

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Dec 2 • No Comments

Dangers of Pink

Maya Kimmel, Staff Writer

In recent weeks, two students from the Park City School District passed away  after experimenting with a drug by the name of “Pink.” The drug is very easy to access and is inexpensive. This drug can be sold online f...  Read More »

Nov 27 • No Comments

NaNoWriMo

NaNoWriMo

Elizabeth Mayo, Staff Writer

There are many holidays in the month of November, but for writers, the holiday that matters the most to them is NaNoWriMo. NaNoWriMo, otherwise known as National Novel Writing Month, is a writing contest that takes place...  Read More »

Nov 27 • No Comments

Insights On TV Broadcasting

Insights On TV Broadcasting

Nicole Long, Staff Writer

What is TV Broadcasting, you might ask? Well, TV Broadcasting is the class at Cottonwood High School, that makes and airs the “Kolt News”. Josh Parker, a sophomore in the class, describes the class as “complicated, as...  Read More »

Nov 17 • No Comments

Students Fined for Running Behind

Students Fined for Running Behind

Veronika Rimer, Section Editor

Alarm clocks screech as students roll out of bed at what feels like the crack of dawn. Regular morning routines become rushed while a blizzard rages outside. Shoveling snow, traffic jam, running to class, tardy ticket. Nobody ...  Read More »

Nov 6 • 1 Comment

Superheroes Take Over the World

Superheroes Take Over the World

Mazana Boerboom, Staff Writer

The superhero market is booming, DC and Marvel movies are racking up millions, and at times billions, of dollars in the box office for every movie they release. The fan base is huge for these franchises, and that is no exag...  Read More »

Nov 6 • 1 Comment

Humane Society October Adoption Special

Humane Society October Adoption Special

Alysia Hunter, staff writer

According to the Utah Humane Society's web site, more than 2,000 years ago, people of England thought that black cats were transformed spirits. They thought cats had brought shorter days of sunlight and colder nights. So,...  Read More »

Nov 6 • 1 Comment

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