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The Christmas traditions around CMR’s office

Chloe Geary, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017

Filed under Entertainment, Features

What’s your favorite holiday meal?   On Christmas day, we make sandwiches. That way everyone can eat as much as they want, whenever they want, and sleep whenever they want. Shawna Miller   Divinity. It’s a candy made with corn syrup -- very, very sugary but amazing. You can ...

Book Review — better books for you

Holly Spragg, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

Book Review Better books for you   We All Looked Up  (sequel is Thanks for the Trouble) By-Tommy Wallach 370 pages A beautiful book that brings to life the possibility that everything you know will cease to exist.  What kind of life would you live?  Would you do wh...

Stagecraft offers opportunities that students would not normally get

Sophie Kluge, Staff Writer

December 4, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

Drama puts on many a lot of plays during the school year, and senior Zachary Taylor helps with each one. Taylor is part of stagecraft, the class at CMR that builds sets for all the plays. Although this is Taylor’s first year in the class, he said he has learned about all the different things that g...

Senior prepares to be blind for upcoming play

Austin McIntosh, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017

Filed under Entertainment, Uncategorized

For four years, Emma Tovson has been working towards her time in the spotlight, and this year it finally paid off. “I’ve been in drama for four years” Tovson said. The senior is playing the lead role of Susy Hendrix in CMR’s premiere production of “Wait Until Dark”. The play is about a blin...

Summer 2017 heats up with entertainment opportunities

Quincy Schmechel and Julia Gremaux, Staff Writers

June 7, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

As the promising summer of 2017 comes to a head, many are wondering how to pack as many memorable experiences into the summer as possible. However, hailing from a small city like Great Falls, it can be difficult to find events to attend and things to do. However, there are endless happenings and a goings-on...

Stagecraft teacher sets up for the senior celebration

Stagecraft teacher sets up for the senior celebration

Elizabeth Marko and Sienna Cherry

May 31, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

With the year coming to an end, senior celebration is upon us. Chris Evans’ stagecraft class is currently setting up for CMR’s class of 2017 celebration assembly. Using the skull design from the 50th anniversary, made for the coronation in 2014. They have used this backdrop every year since 2014,...

What are your plans for summer? (collected by Trinity Chesterfield)

May 31, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

I work, so I’ll be working. The cool thing is, is I only work until six, and I start at 3:30 p.m.” Olivia Bastas, 10 “My plans for summer are going out of state, and just hanging out with friends.” Alexis Wiley, 10 “I plan on working during the summer, and hanging out with my frien...

Children cartoon that not only entertains but teaches about culture

Ashton Palen, Sports Editor

May 26, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

Everyone had their favorite channel as a kid. Whether it was Nickelodeon, Disney, or Cartoon Network, you watched something. And on that favorite channel there was a show that stood above the rest. For me, that show was “Avatar the Last Airbender”. Avatar had everything going for it -- a compell...

Where to go and what to see: 406 edition

Where to go and what to see: 406 edition

Quincy Schmechel and Gabby Pope

May 11, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

The Treasure State. Big Sky Country. The 406. Growing up and living in Montana, it’s sometimes easy to forget that we live in a place surrounded by a unique beauty that many never get the privilege of experiencing. With pressures from all areas of our lives, sometimes it seems to be easier to sit at...

Juniors enjoy the video world

McKenzie Connell and Hannah Pospisil, Staff Writers

March 14, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

During second semester, juniors Xavier Coates and Dustin Quintanilla are two of the students who work on the Rustler Morning News bit in video production class.   “The class is a good outlet for creativity,” Quintanilla said.   On Feb. 22, these two video production students hel...

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