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In Defense of GSA

In Defense of GSA

Ben Wambeke, Co-Editor

February 7, 2019


Filed under Staff Editorials

The sudden change from middle to high school is one of the most jarring things a person can experience in their adolescence. For some, high school is an escape from the melodrama of middle school, a chance for a new beginning and new experiences. For others, however, high school is a larger continuation...

Does Snowmobiling Tame the Wilds of Yellowstone?

Does Snowmobiling Tame the Wilds of Yellowstone?

Imani Etter, Reporter

January 28, 2019


Filed under News, Social Justice Reporting, Staff Editorials

Many people in the Cody community do not know about the once in a lifetime opportunity offered in our backyard.   Transportation during the summer season at Yellowstone National Park attracts millions of cultures every year, but the experience of traveling through the white-washed park ha...

Cody Lacks Outlets for Substance Abusing Teens

Cody Lacks Outlets for Substance Abusing Teens

Solie Jackson, Co-Editor

January 22, 2019


Filed under Commentary, Staff Editorials

Drug and alcohol abuse have been an issue with teens since the beginning of high school. From hearing your parents talk about smoking in the bathroom, to now, hearing about vaping in the bathroom, teens, both past and present, haven’t stopped, using and abusing drugs. Does Cody have the proper resou...

Wyoming Law Doesn’t Prevent Rapists from Suing for Custody

Wyoming Law Doesn’t Prevent Rapists from Suing for Custody

Benjamin Wambeke, Reporter

December 20, 2018


Filed under Commentary, Staff Editorials, Uncategorized

In Wyoming, it is legal for the rapist to sue for custody of the child. You read that correctly. People convicted of sexual assault can secure child custody in this state. There are absolutely no laws against it. I shouldn’t have to point out how utterly disgusting or how morally irresponsible this ...

The World Is Ending and Sooner Than We Would Like

The World Is Ending and Sooner Than We Would Like

Kyle Jacobs, Reporter

December 14, 2018


Filed under Commentary, News, Social Justice Reporting, Staff Editorials, World News

Well, we all knew it was going to happen: the planet’s dying.  The unexpected part is how it’s dying, and how it’s going to die in our lifetime.  Who knew that pumping chemicals into the atmosphere would cause a dramatic change? In any case, we don’t have long to act. In 2015 the United N...

So Many Smaller Endings

So Many Smaller Endings

Luke Campbell, Co-Editor

October 24, 2018


Filed under Commentary, Staff Editorials

I’m a senior, I have been at Cody High School for 4 years, and I have lived in Cody for 17 years. I’m staring down the barrel at a life I have no experience in. I might talk about my plans for the future sometime down the road, when things are more cemented, but for now I’m going to talk about e...

Safety in Teen Relationships

Safety in Teen Relationships

Catherine Steggall, Reporter

September 27, 2018


Filed under Staff Editorials, Uncategorized

In today's day and age, teenagers are getting into serious relationships much sooner and that brings up issues with both their health and safety. Are teenagers being safe? Are teenagers being taught how to identify unsafe relationship patterns? Do teenagers know about safe sex? The answer to all of ...

More Than Just a Homecoming Dance

More Than Just a Homecoming Dance

Harlee Zeller, Reporter

September 19, 2018


Filed under Staff Editorials

  Homecoming week is just around the corner, and students are already preparing for the festivities. Most of the students are getting ready for the homecoming dance, which means teens are asking teens to the dance. Some students aren't getting asked, but that shouldn't stop anyone from going. I h...

Cody High School Switches To Trimesters

Cody High School Switches To Trimesters

Solie Jackson, Co-Editor

September 18, 2018


Filed under Staff Editorials

The 2018/19 school year doesn’t have just new teachers. Trimesters were also introduced. So far, they seem to fit well within the school, but how long will they hold up? For one, an issue already arose: scheduling holes. The holes happen when students sign up for classes and they can’t fit th...

We Send Our Condolences to Star Valley

We Send Our Condolences to Star Valley

Luke Campbell, Co-Editor

September 14, 2018


Filed under News, Staff Editorials, Top Picks

On Thursday a freshman boy from Star Valley died doing something that I have done and seen done more times than I can count. When someone dies it is always painful, but it is even more painful when it is a child. Like I said earlier, I've pulled the same stunt. It never went wrong, but I guess that's al...

New Consequences for CHS Protests

New Consequences for CHS Protests

Caitlyn Murray, Former Editor

May 22, 2018


Filed under Staff Editorials

The Cody School Board has decided that student protests will no longer be allowed on school property or during the school day. Superintendent Ray Schulte was quoted in the Cody Enterprise as saying, “They’re great students, as a whole they behave very well. I have faith the students will be fine...

The Collector: Disturbing, Intriguing, and Unreliable

The Collector: Disturbing, Intriguing, and Unreliable

Caitlyn Murray, Reporter

May 21, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Staff Editorials

The Collector, John Fowles 1963 novel,  is a psychological thriller focused on showing the different sides of cruelty and depravity in humans. The novel features a man, Frederick Clegg, who collects butterflies- and one woman who Clegg has become completely obsessed with - Miranda Grey. While Cle...

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