High schoolers use up their “spare” time

Since 1981, Park High School students have gathered at Treasure Lanes, Livingston’s bowling alley, to participate in the youth bowling leagues.  Students love to go and give it their shot at throwing the ball down the lanes. With the league normally starting at the beginning of October and going through late March to early April, the young bowlers gather once a week to bowl.  The … Continue reading High schoolers use up their “spare” time

Christmas Climbing Competition

The Park High School Climbing Club hosted its first competition of the school year on Tuesday, December 3rd in the Park High RecPlex. Six high schoolers participated in the 12 Routes of Christmas competition, competing to win the top award. The routes were worth different amounts of points depending on difficulty. Every attempt on a route subtracted one point from a climber’s score. Senior August … Continue reading Christmas Climbing Competition

New athletic advisory council aims to boost school spirit

At Park High, the phrase “changing our culture” often seems to be thrown around when discussing our sports teams. While each sport has their own way of improving their teams, the Athletic Advisory Council is working with all athletes to help improve athletics at Park High. Athletic Director Regina Wood says the purpose of this group is “to let students have a voice and bring … Continue reading New athletic advisory council aims to boost school spirit

Wrestling kicks off with larger team, new coach

By Maddy Carroll Geyser Staff Writer Another new wrestling coach is in town, and with him comes many changes to the program. He hopes to increase the participation and bring in a new form of uniforms. The new health enhancement teacher, Ben Hahn, is the new head wrestling coach. Coach Hahn referred to this year’s team as the “New Ranger Wrestling Team”, where they are … Continue reading Wrestling kicks off with larger team, new coach

Hunting season wraps up with varied success

This year’s hunting season was very successful by many. Montana residents worked hard and put in much time and effort for their animals harvested. Hunting is a part of most people’s culture here in Montana. Weekends are spent out in the hills with family and friends making memories that will last a lifetime. Hunting isn’t something people just do; it’s something they live by and … Continue reading Hunting season wraps up with varied success