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The Litterbox: Find your litter box

The Litterbox: Find your litter box

Victoria Bonnema

October 8, 2012


Filed under 2012, Columns, Opinion

It has come to my attention, by both a comment on my first Litterbox segment and by many of my friends, that my title is not self-explanatory enough. I’ve decided, for the sake of all seven of my readers, to enlighten you all.             My cat, who is gorgeous and filled with more contempt for humans and dogs than a senior for f...

Adventures with Bob: Bob sees the lights

Adventures with Bob: Bob sees the lights

Haley Osborn

October 4, 2012


Filed under 2012, Columns

Have you ever just wanted to sit and eat a bucket of ice cream and cry? Last week, I had that exact feeling come over me. The whole event started the night before; I was at a football game for my high school. My sister, a college freshman, graciously agreed to drive to and from the game. As we were leaving the...

Tales from the Litterbox: High school evolution

Tales from the Litterbox: High school evolution

Victoria Bonnema

September 20, 2012


Filed under 2012, Columns, Opinion

  I will not write a cheesy letter to incoming freshmen, sophomore, junior, or senior students. Falling into that trap will be the end of me, not to mention an over-used waste of pixels in my wonderful column. Not to say that letters to students are bad. All I want to do is write something different, something original. This is something I’ve wanted ...

Editor’s Note: The Incognito Freshmen

Ethan Dayton

September 20, 2012


Filed under 2012, Columns, Editor's Notes, Opinion

I would like to give a warm welcome to all of the incoming freshmen to Fossil Ridge High School this year.  For the first time in three years, you guys are now the new kids.  The youngsters.  The undiscovered incognitos. Over these next four years, everything about you is going to change, from t...

Adventures with Bob: Bob remembers 9/11

Adventures with Bob: Bob remembers 9/11

Haley Osborn

September 20, 2012


Filed under 2012, Columns, Opinion

Life is full of extremely difficult circumstances. Circumstances that can run us rampant, beat us down, break us apart, and leave everyone wanting someone to hold them and answer the ever persistent question that they have pounding in their heads: Why? To be honest, I can’t tell you why the most horrific of...

Letter from Dr. Cook: The last chapter

Letter from Dr. Cook: The last chapter

Dr. Dierdre Cook

September 20, 2012


Filed under 2012, Columns, Opinion

I have always been an avid reader. I easily get lost in the pages of a good book. For me, the last chapter of any story is always the best.  The anticipation builds until the very end of the story. I must admit, even, that there have been times when I have read the last chapter of a book before actually reading the pre...

Sincerely Abbie

Sincerely Abbie

Abbie Hanawalt

September 18, 2012


Filed under 2012, Columns, Opinion

Dear Seniors, Remember when we were freshmen? We were so young and well, brainless. We thought that we were the coolest thing that ever happened. Don’t pretend like it’s not true! That feels like it was yesterday, doesn’t it? Time certainly does fly. As we begin our last year of high school, ...

Advice for the senior class

Anna Schneeberger

September 5, 2012


Filed under 2012, Columns, Opinion

Dear class of 2013, Can you believe that we are finally seniors? I still can remember the first day of freshman year so clearly, and now we are embarking on our final year here at Fossil. The class of 2013 is a special class. We were the first ever freshman to walk through this school. We are a class ful...

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