Internet: we all use it and we all pay for it, but now we might be getting charged even more to simply access the sites we use most. Net neutrality was repealed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) -which regulates communication networks across the US such as cable, satellite and wire television, along with the radio and the internet- and the new FCC chairman Ajit … Continue reading Net Neutrality: an ongoing fight for open internet
Hunting season is a part of many people’s lives here in Montana. People depend on the meat they harvest during the hunting season to feed their family throughout the year. At the end of year, it could be stressful as well as challenging to find an elk to harvest. A shoulder season would consist of people being able to harvest cow elk only during the … Continue reading Is a regular elk season enough?
My mom always told me “you go to school to learn”, but as I have started to get older, I am realizing that my learning doesn’t matter as much as the numbers that define who I am in the long run. The status quo of your average day in school would be going there, learning what the teacher has planned out for the day, and … Continue reading Identified by a transcript
In 1975 Montana’s state animal, the grizzly bear, was listed as Threatened by the Endangered Species Act. This meant that the population and habitat requirements were not meeting requirements to hunt grizzlies according to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. In 2013 the idea to remove the grizzly from the Endangered Species Act, and in 2017 they finally were removed. The removal has been long awaited … Continue reading Grizzly bear delisting will benefit wild game, public safety, and hunters
This past homecoming, student council and staff expressed concerns about toga day and the dress code being violated. These concerns lead to group discussions being held during both lunches the Monday before homecoming week. Many seniors fought for toga day, and claimed that it was a tradition for the seniors they want to continue. Each year student council has brought up the topic of toga … Continue reading Students voice desire to keep toga day
Obviously, a prominent issue we face too often is violence in schools. School shootings have become far too common throughout America that it is practically a part of the American culture, Sandy Hook, Marysville Pilchuck, and Columbine just to name a very limited few. It is almost viewed as a normal thing to have happen. Why couldn’t these shooters have been stopped before any lives … Continue reading Should Teachers be allowed to carry firearms
Men have it hard. The expectations of a man are what? To be “manly”. But what does that mean to be “manly”? After asking many randomly selected males here at Park High what it means to them to be a man, this is what some of them came up with. Fixing cars in front of the ladies, eating ribs, playing football, my beard, working … Continue reading Man Talk
By Austin Clements The 2016 election is rough; both of the candidates have a good and bad side. Trump is a businessman, so he knows how to make lots of money, and that could be a good thing for America but he has no experience as a politician. Since he’s a businessman he can create lots of jobs for the American people. He wants to … Continue reading Donald Trump, The Hero We Deserve