Overhydration: a real concern or a real joke?

Story and photo by Jaedon Carruth, Reporter As you’ve all probably seen, athletes at FMHS value hydration. They can be seen drinking water at all hours of the day: During their first hour release, struggling to finish homework, Minutes before their weigh-in, trying to add weight, or simply on their way to and from class. … Continue reading

The understanding motivators

By Taylor Dickerson, Reporter We maybe see them more than our parents, or have somewhat distant relationships with them, but they are responsible for molding our minds to give us an education. Some of them have been here since the beginning of time, others are just starting new, and these are the people we are … Continue reading

Survival Guide: Being a good-looking person

By Jessica Bennett, A&E Editor High school is a hard time for the anatomically blessed, but here are some words of wisdom on how to be the best among the gorgeous. Never laugh. Not only is laughter considered to be friendly, charming, or even good-natured. It is considered to be an enormous black-eye to your … Continue reading

Parking lot perception

By Corey Brown, Reporter Its seems so simple in theory, take your car and park it between two yellow lines. However, here at Fruita, where you park your car can say a lot more than you initially may have been led to believe. Distinct groups appear and if you are new to the parking lot … Continue reading

Sports you have never heard of

By JT McLaughlin, Reporter and Cartoonist When you hear the word “sports,” you most likely think of track, cross-country, baseball, football and soccer. But there are multiple sports out there that don’t get their fair share of attention. Rarajipari This is a running sport played by the Tarahumara tribe down in Mexico. The sport consists … Continue reading

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