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Yearbook Distribution

Yearbook Distribution

Brittany Cooper May 23, 2016

Ranger Media held yearbook distributions on Friday May 20th during all three lunches. Yearbook sales began at schedule pick up in August and they ended January 25th.There were no extra yearbooks ordered;...

Time Out

Time Out

Darany Vannithone and Fatima Nova March 24, 2016

In the Spring of 2013, five freshmen took the field for the first-ever playoff game in school history. For the past four years, those five players remained in the school’s baseball program. Anthony...

Mr. Chisholm Trail predictions

Mr. Chisholm Trail predictions

Darany Vannithone, News Editor December 11, 2015

The Charmers will host the third annual Mr. Chisholm Trail Pageant tonight. 100 students in fifth period lunch were surveyed on who they think will win the pageant.

Rangers give thanks

Rangers give thanks

Kendal Fowler December 1, 2015

Before the release of thanksgiving break, Rangers were asked what they are thankful for. “I’m thankful for life because not everybody has the things that a lot of people do, so I’m just thankful...

Photo by Bryce Tuck.

Finding hope in the hopeless

Junior Bethany Maxwell relates her triumphs over bullying
Dylan Noysavanh, Staff Reporter March 13, 2015

Bethany was not always the happy-go lucky girl you see in the hallways now. Growing up, Maxwell was raised in a Christian home and when she went to elementary school, kids would bully her for her devoted...

Diego Martinez shows off his Pittsburgh Penguins lanyard. Photo by Savanah Reyes

Hockey Dreams and Injuries

Junior Diego Martinez's Olympic hopes ended with a broken ankle.
Savannah Winters, Opinion Editor March 7, 2014

In 2009 Diego Martinez witnessed the sight of the Pittsburgh Penguins winning the Stanley Cup Finals, after tiring of watching that year’s football games. From that point on, Martinez cheered for the...

The SAT Tragedy

The SAT Tragedy

Whitney Ford, Business Editor February 17, 2014

College-bound high school students have begun to prepare (or should have) for the Scholastic Aptitude Test, or the SAT. That is, if they know how. If they are having any of the experiences I am, knowing...

On Jan.19 Mika Hudgens ran the 26.2 mile Louisiana Marathon in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Photo courtesy of Mika Hudgens.

46 States Away

After running her fourth race, Hudgens is one step closer to joining the 50 States Marathon Club
Jezza Bull-Briones, Editor-In-Chief January 25, 2014

Math teacher Mika Hudgens doesn’t advertise all of her accomplishments in her “personal bio” on the school website so most wouldn’t know that she has run a marathon in Anchorage, Alaska. And...

Kelsi Adams and Mayci Drake pose with their rifle and saber. Photo by Lasha Kelley.


Kelsi Adams' Rise In Color Guard
Savannah Winters, Business Editor November 22, 2013

Junior Kelsi Adams' friends encouraged her to try out for color guard with them freshman year after being inspired by Saginaw High School color guard member Gabby Burkhart. “She was like the god of...

Sophomore Mohamad Skaf voices his opinions when asked about the current conflict in his home country, Syria. Photo by Taylor Torres

Syrian-Born Ranger Speaks Up

Sophomore Mohamad Skaf shares his opinions about the civil war in his home country
Jezza Bull-Briones, Editor-In-Chief September 20, 2013

Walking to get groceries for his family, the man in his late seventies appears harmless. With no reason for him to stick out, this man would pass by unnoticed by many in the U.S. In the U.S. he would...

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