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  • Mr. Lawson sits with a copy of the painting his wife Jill made to remember their time in Venice. Lawson explains he took the original picture and Jill used a paint scraper to create a detailed painting of a boat by a pier. He loved the painting so much he felt moved to bring it to school, and the copy now hangs straight across from his office.

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  • Guests attending The War of Roses clap to Izzy Morin’s introduction to their play as they describe the inspiration that led to the creation of the script.

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Cheyenne Mountain huddles to celebrate their victory against Woodland Park. Cheyenne continues to bar down their win streak to 14-0.
As Pucks Fly, Cheyenne Wins Another Game
February 15, 2022

Cries of excitement, hockey sticks banging on the wall, and the grunts of Woodland Park fill the ice hall as the final box score reads 7-0. An exceptional defeat against Woodland Park this past Friday at the Broadmoor...

Stop and Talk Podcast Episode 3
Stop and Talk Podcast Episode 3
February 13, 2022

Mark and Tyler discuss swimming, a sport that does not receive much publicity. The two invite Elam Estella and a couple of his fellow swimmers on to the episode to talk about what a “day in the life of a swimmer” looks...

Ghouls, Ghosts, and BANDits
Ghouls, Ghosts, and BANDits
Lindsey Zamboni-Cutter, Editor in Chief and Social Media and Communications Editor • October 25, 2022

Last October before the concert the Festival offered games with candy prizes, the costume contest, and a spooky auditorium completely decked out in spider webs and skeletons....

Senioritis 2022
Senioritis 2022
The Mountain News Staff May 26, 2022

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Anna Hixson
Anna Hixson
Editor and Researcher

Anna Hixson is a Junior at Cheyenne Mountain and an editor for The Mountain News publication. She researches facts and writes about social issues, but primarily works behind the scenes, participating in...

Lindsey Zamboni-Cutter
Lindsey Zamboni-Cutter
Editor in Chief and Social Media and Communications Editor

Lindsey loves writing. She feels that writing is both an escape and a way to learn more about yourself. Lindsey loves many forms of writing, from articles to poems. Lindsey writes for Stroll Magazine in...

Rose Everingham
Rose Everingham
Managing Editor

Rose Everingham is a senior editor at Cheyenne Mountain High School, who has had a deep love for athletics her entire life. She strives to be an athletic reporter after college to combine her two passions:...

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