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  • Next connections class is on Wednesday, December 17th.
  • The choir's Christmas Concert will be on Wednesday December 18th starting at 7pm at the high school.
  • There will be a 2-hour early release on Friday December 20th.

“THIS CHRISTMAS NIGHT”: A PRODUCTION IN THE MAKING

“THIS CHRISTMAS NIGHT”: A PRODUCTION IN THE MAKING

Molly Balison, Lifestyle Editor

December 11, 2019

Allegro Dance Studio and The Suzuki String Academy are teaming up this holiday season to organize an ambitious Christmas production combining live music and choreography from local students. On December 14th, there will be a matinee at 2pm and an evening gala at 7:30pm. The evening gala will be an eve...

TAKING IT TO THE BANK

TAKING IT TO THE BANK

Brenden Banks, Q&A Editor

December 10, 2019

Overrated Joe Biden His ideals appeal to boomers which doesn’t relate to the younger generations of the U.S., plus he’s already had his fun in the sun.  Keto diet Has many health risks including increased heart complications, and high cholesterol.  Seinfeld Terrible show, nearly ...

CP REVIEW: FROZEN II

CP REVIEW: FROZEN II

Autumn Morgan, Social Media Editor

December 4, 2019

“Frozen”, the highest-grossing animated film in history, took its place as one of the most popular children’s movies of all time in 2013. Six years after its debut, people around the world were filled with excitement to hear of a sequel was coming to theaters. Now that the continuation of the fu...

THE BOTTOM LINE: WEEK 14

THE BOTTOM LINE: WEEK 14

Joe Parsley, Website & Video Managing Editor

December 3, 2019

QB Ryan Fitzpatrick After the Dolphins’ experiment with Josh Rosen went south, Fitzpatrick will most likely be the starter for the rest of the season, especially after their last game. He threw for 365 yards for 3 touchdowns with only 1 interception against the Eagles, leading the Dolphins to the...

GIVING THANKS

GIVING THANKS

Wil Auld, Max Reed

November 28, 2019

[email protected]: KENT LEISS

CP@3: KENT LEISS

Connor Bird, Radio & Podcast Managing Editor

November 26, 2019

GUIDE TO SCHWEITZER’S NEW LIFTS

GUIDE TO SCHWEITZER’S NEW LIFTS

Wil Auld, Outdoors Editor

November 25, 2019

During these last few weeks Schweitzer Mountain Resort has been putting the final touches on the two lifts replacing Snow Ghost. While many know of this change, few are aware of the details. Snow Ghost, the beloved two person lift, will be replaced with a high speed quad and triple. Although it may...

CP REVIEW: OCTOBER VIDEO GAMES

CP REVIEW: OCTOBER VIDEO GAMES

Connor Moreno, Multimedia Editor

November 23, 2019

October was a good month for game titles, with releases such as Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon “BreakPoint”, Luigi’s Mansion 3, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. These were anticipated games for all, but Outer Worlds stood out ever since its initial announcement in December of 2018. The hype for this game...

ESPORTS – HOBBY OR SPORT?

ESPORTS – HOBBY OR SPORT?

Connor Moreno, Multimedia Editor

November 22, 2019

Our school’s Esports team needs to be recognized as a Sandpoint High School sports team.  It provides students with another option to participate in a school activity which is safer than traditional sports and provides a low risk to life threatening injuries.  The sport also brings those who are afraid...

NEW HEIGHTS

NEW HEIGHTS

Olivia Lynch, Copy Editor

November 20, 2019

For most people, flying a plane is something that happens in dreams. For senior Brody Ponsness, this experience is a reality that’s incorporated into his everyday life. Ponsness says that his interest in flying started as a child and has only grown into a passion since. “It evolved into having the...

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