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Teacher loss affects students’ schedules

Sophie Kluge and Chloe Geary

September 28, 2017


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C. M. Russell High School is home to more than 1,400 students. With a school this big, it takes a lot of teachers to instruct the kids inside. Due to last year’s budget cuts, the school experienced a total loss of 7.5 full-time teaching positions. That has impacted the school in many ways, including...

The end of the school year is not the end of activities at CMR

Hannah Pospisil and Clara McClain

June 7, 2017


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Life at Charlie M. Russell high school doesn’t end after June 8th, surprisingly enough. Throughout the summer, sports camps, weightlifting, summer running, drivers ed, and summer music camps run through CMR. There are many opportunities to still participate in school even during the summer break. And,...

Life of military kids can be complicated

Life of military kids can be complicated

Andie Garrison and Rylee Mitchell

May 31, 2017


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Freshmen Bailey Newton and Jevante Pollard have been moving and living with the military their whole life. Moving multiple times is rough when meeting new people, but it does have upsides to it. “Base life is a lot better than living just in Montana because we live close to friends and there are ...

Freshmen experience firsts throughout the school year

Freshmen experience firsts throughout the school year

Jackson Howell and Raiden Kruckenberg

May 31, 2017


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With the year ending it’s easy to reflect on our favorite memories. From Aug. 26 - June 8 a lot has happened. “The year ending was my favorite part,” said John Cislo, a freshman history teacher. Jokingly, he remarked he was kidding. “Getting to know the new group of kids is always fun,...

Rustlers party off their last days of high school

Rustlers party off their last days of high school

Ally Dube & Melissa Purdy

May 31, 2017


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Up until 4 a.m., prizes, games, and food are what the senior all-night party is about. “I have been on the volunteer committee for four years,” parent Becky Shea said. Shea and Sonia George are both volunteers on the school committee that is helping with the Senior all-night party. “All...

Exchange student came back for a second year and is now graduating

Aurora Oden, Staff Writer

May 26, 2017


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Senior Marta Sevilla returned to CMR this year after being an exchange student from Spain last year. Sevilla really enjoyed all of the things she got to experience last year which made her decision to come back easy. “I came back because of the activities that we did here, so mostly swimming. I...

Russellog releases its 52nd year book, editor reflects on the year-long creative process

Hannah Pate, Staff Writer

May 26, 2017


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Russellog came out with their long anticipated fifty-second yearbook on May 18. The theme is Out of Line, and yearbook editor Terryn Premo was especially excited about the release.   The planning for this year’s edition started before the school year even began.   “Personally...

Great Falls community votes down high school technology levy, keeps three incumbents on the school board

Hannah Pate

May 11, 2017


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On May 3 the citizens of Great Falls voted against a technology levy and to keep incumbents Don Ryan, Chairman Jan Cahill, and Jason Brantley on the School Board. If passed, the amended high school technology levy would have asked for $500,000 annually and increased the average taxpayers’ taxes by...

Student Government 2017-2018 Election Results

Mary Brown, Staff Writer

May 2, 2017


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Congratulations to the 2017-2018 Student Government! Today, May 2, during the pep assembly all of the student body and class officers and representatives were announced by the head of Student Government Ryan Anderson.   The new student body president is Nico Sanchez, vice president is Julia Gr...

FFA students go for the blue and gold

Mary Brown, Staff Writer

March 28, 2017


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For an FFA student, winning a state competition is the hardest goal to accomplish. After hours of studying, weeks of preparing, and hours of competing the students from the Electric City chapter were well rewarded.   The state convention was held in Great Falls this year and had chapters fr...

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