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Zach Bailey, Nick Aasmundastad, Ethan Noyes, Justin Valois, Alex Smith, and Tyler Spotts take center stage during the production of The Music Man

The Music Man Brings The House Down

Joshua Bailey, Editor-in-Chief April 23, 2022

Ever since Frederick's production of Newsies was nominated to perform for Colorado Thescon(theater's equivalent to winning the state championship), FHS has been stapled on the map as one of the best theater...

Here’s the logo for people who have gotten vaccinated for COVID-19. The ages of people who can get it are slowly trickling down, but now it’s finally available to those who are 16+.

Don’t Just Sit There! Go get your COVID-19 Vaccine Its Open To 16+

Lena Siscoe, Staff Writer April 14, 2021

Coloradans 16 and older will be eligible for the Pfizer vaccine, and those 18 and older will also be eligible for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. The state has been planning to open vaccine...

Here’s a common sight, an “Open” sign at Teriyaki Madness as well as other places. Businesses are opening back up again and in more ways than one.

Are We Ready To Risk it All?

George Murnock, Staff Writer March 16, 2021

COVID-19 is probably the most memorable moment of all of our lives right now, it has officially been a year since we have walked outside without a mask on or hugged our friends after a long day. However,...

A mix of Fredericks juniors and seniors at the Frederick vs. Severance basketball game on March 1st.

We’re Finally Back!

George Murnock, Staff Writer March 6, 2021

50 seniors at Frederick High School finally got a fun activity that they have all been waiting for. During the last week of February, FHS sent out an announcement in regards to an upcoming basketball game...

Coach Peeples preparing one of his athletes for the next season with weight training.

As Restrictions Are Lifted: Sports

Darlene Strange , Staff Writer March 3, 2021

COVID has changed a lot of things in people’s lives including sports. Sports seasons have changed, been cancelled, and even have limited guests. Frederick High School as seen a lot of these things change.    We...

A Medical Official Getting Ready To Vaccinate

COVID Vaccine: Should you get it?

Darlene Strange, Editor March 1, 2021

The COVID Vaccine is a major topic in the news today. With more information coming out on the two different vaccines you might wonder which one is better for you. So far we have two different vaccines...

Here’s the typical sight to see as the vaccines roll out. It’s fairly a simple procedure if you don’t mind needles and a sore arm.

How to Receive the COVID-19 Vaccine

Kylie Rusco, Staff Writer January 19, 2021

The COVID-19 vaccine is starting to be given out to health care, essential workers, and some elders. But when can you expect to get the vaccine. Right now in Colorado the amount of vaccines will be...

Make sure you stay safe, wash your hands, and check your candy on Halloween night. Together, can make Halloween both safe and fun during these times.

How To Go Trick Or Treating During A Pandemic

George Murnock, Staff Writer October 25, 2020

Is it safe to be trick or treating this year with a global pandemic? In all honesty, probably not, but there are a few safety precautions that we can take in order to ensure that everybody is safe this...

This is the common sight of what an eviction notice looks like. It’s a scary and gut wrenching notice that’s been affecting many Americans.

Eviction Is Among Us

Darlene Strange, Editor October 13, 2020

The coronavirus has led to many families losing their everyday jobs and when that happens it leads to families not being able to pay their bills. Many families in Frederick are experiencing that right...

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COVID-19 Isn’t Stopping For Anyone

Darlene Strange, Editor October 13, 2020

You would assume that schools like CU Boulder would be smart enough to not open their school until they know how to control it and know all the facts first, but that’s not the case. CU Boulder is one...

SVVSD is opening up schools to in-person through a hybrid learning schedule.

October 5th: Introducing the Hybrid Model

Sarah Hayes, Editor September 29, 2020

Grab your syllabi and start a shopping list-- St. Vrain is going back to in-person learning. Superintendent Don Haddad and the Board of Education announced the change of learning plans on September...

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BRAVE NEW YEAR: Frederick Learns Online for First Six Weeks

Brandon Coon, Adviser August 14, 2020

NOTE: This is part of a series of articles about what students, parents, and the tri-town community needs to know about how the Frederick High experience will change due to COVID-19. See our other articles...

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