Colt Roundup

Physics Day at Lagoon

Julian Herrera, Staff Writer

May 20, 2016

Filed under News, Uncategorized

Cottonwood physics students were able to participate in a huge physics lab on Friday, May 13th at Lagoon. The students were rewarded for their hard work over the school year with a chance to go to Lagoon during the school day...

So you think you know Egypt?

Rose Montana Divine, Staff Writer

May 18, 2016

Filed under News, Showcase

The Pyramids of Giza, known as the tombs of the God’s, and the final resting places of the Pharaohs of old. Egyptologists and archaeologists alike have teamed together to excavate these wonders of the world, only to find that with every mystery solved, yet another takes...

Spring’s Nasty Surprise: Seasonal Allergies

Oliver Antuna, Staff Writer

May 9, 2016

Filed under News, Showcase, Uncategorized

When spring comes along, the last thing people expect to get are a runny nose and watery eyes. Those reactions are caused by seasonal allergies. Seasonal allergies can ruin plans, make going outside a dreadful experience, and just...

Bringing the Community Together One Food Truck at a Time.

Chloe Awesome Collins, Editing team

April 28, 2016

Filed under News, Uncategorized

Last May,  10,000 citizens of the valley came out to the first Food Truck League event. The Food Truck League was created in an effort to bring community members together and support local businesses at the same time. Since it's...

Election Day! 04/15/16

McKenna 'The Rebel' Keyes, Editor, Photographer

April 22, 2016

Filed under Feature, News

The day approached so fast for the students in the running to become the 2017 Student Body Officers. The day before the big announcement, candidates shared how they felt. Naaman Saddiq, in the running for President, stated,...

The Young and the Stressed

McKenna 'The Rebel' Keyes, Editor, Photographer

April 22, 2016

Filed under Feature, News, Uncategorized

“It’s not the load that breaks you, it’s how you carry it,” said Lou Holtz, an inspiring and educated entrepreneur. Indeed, stress is a mighty load, but the way people handle it make the difference. A large portion of ...

The Measles and Rubella Initiative

Chloe Collins, Editing Team

April 11, 2016

Filed under News, Uncategorized

Most students know the American Red Cross for the blood drives they host at our schools. While the Red Cross is one of the leading blood banks internationally, the services they provide go far beyond what American high school...

Education in Service Dogs

McKenna Keyes, Editing Team

March 6, 2016

Filed under News

When thinking of a hero people mostly think of someone in a cape and spandex, or the heroes that ride around in big yellow and red trucks to save the day, but this is a story about a hero on four legs. This is a story all about...

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