Night and Day


Maestro written by Taryn Allen, Journey Hart, and J.T. McLaughlin People say that opposites attract, but sometimes the opposition creates a contrast that produces a different version of unison. In this issue of The Catalyst we explore the stereotypical ins-and-outs of a day in the life of the ‘average’ FMHS student. The catch? The opposite … Continue reading

District 51 Girls’ Swim and Dive Chmpionships By Natalie Weber


At the District 51 Girls’ Swim and Dive Championships, an FMHS relay team broke a school record. The 200 yard freestyle relay team broke the school record time, completing the relay in 1 minute, 46 seconds and 88 milliseconds. The previous record time was 1:47.61, set in 1999. The new record was set by Brielle … Continue reading

Iowa Caucus Turn Out for Democratic Party


Nationwide, everyone at home or in Iowa at the rallies were all anxiously watching for the Iowa Caucus turnout. It turns out Hillary Clinton won, hardly. “Razor thin” difference. A difference of 5 votes. Hillary Clinton accepted the award Monday night, “I am so thrilled,” Clinton told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer on Tuesday. “My luck was … Continue reading

ISIS Printing Fake Passports By Katie Kiefer


With the utilization of Syrian government assets such as passport printing machines and blank passport books, ISIS now has the ability to create passports, according to a new coverage report. The threat of identity theft is also a concern, as ISIS contains valid biographical info and fingerprints of Syrian Citizens. Many are concerned that with … Continue reading

Man Sculpts Broncos Logo Out of Snow By Mallori Powell


The day before the nation found out if the Broncos were going to be in the Superbowl, a creative fan sculpted the Broncos logo out of snow, along with a 6 foot tall bronco itself. Charles Highline, a Grand Junction resident, decided to show his support for the Colorado team by making an impressive sculpture. … Continue reading

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