East dominates at Annual Taco John’s Tournament

January 19, 2022

The annual Taco John’s tournament went extremely well for our girls' and boys' basketball teams. After a couple of long weekends of traveling the teams were able to play in their home thunderbird gym...

 Principal Sam Mirich announcing the hall of fame inductees at the Academic Letter ceremony.

East High’s Hall of Fame and Academic Letter Ceremony

Kalie Hiller, Contributor December 6, 2021

Many of us will spend our lifetimes hoping to make a small difference in our community. Most of us will go about our days, just doing what we need to do to get by. But there is a small number of us...

New College and Career Center Counselor

Jozlyn West , Contributor November 5, 2021

Mrs. Steil is new to the East High staff team, and she has made difference. Over the past few months, she has gotten seniors on the right track for what they want to do for college or their future. “She...

I Can Dress Myself!

I Can Dress Myself!

Emma Pierce November 5, 2021

East High students held a peaceful protest on September 17th due to disagreements with the school wide dress code. During second Shilo McAlpine,12, says, “I did this because I don’t think shoulders...

Order Up! Two Doors Down looking for Servers

Emma Mayfield, Contributor November 5, 2021

Since the Covid-19 Pandemic all restaurants have lost servers and cooks through the massive shut down, they have been hit hard, with minimal employees it makes it difficult to keep the restaurant open. In...

Saving that Moola

Saving that Moola

Lana Novotny, Senior Editor December 4, 2020

The spread of the virus caused more people to worry about the traditional Black Friday festivities. Standing in long lines and the big crowds are not exactly Covid friendly. For the older population this...

COVID-19’s Affect on Schools

COVID-19’s Affect on Schools

Alexis Greb, Staff reporter November 20, 2020

There is no doubt that Covid-19 is the biggest news story of 2020. Laramie County School District 1’s biggest job over the summer of 2020 was getting students back in school. The implemented precautions are...

Suicide Awareness and Its Significance

Suicide Awareness and It’s Significance

Cristiona Morales, Reporter October 16, 2020

As students we aren’t very aware of our resources when it comes to suicide. According to, Wyoming Department of Health, “It is estimated that every 13 minutes someone in the United States takes their...

The Lack of Tickets

The Lack of Tickets

Lana Novotny, Senior Editor October 14, 2020

The rules for social distancing have prohibited the amount of people that are allowed at each game. For each student who is playing or performing can only have 2 tickets each for their parents. It creates...

Its Getting Hot in Here!

Its Getting Hot in Here!

Alexis Greb, Staff Reporter October 13, 2020

For the past couple of weeks, East has faced storms of smoke and orange skies. This has been affecting air quality making it dangerous for people to go outside for things like sports, band, or P.E. class.  “We haven't had...

Cruising on a Saturday night

Cruising on a Saturday night

Jozlyn West , staff reporter October 13, 2020

Grab your friends and family and head on down to Cheyenne's car cruise, on Carey Ave. Here in Cheyenne there is a car cruise held every Saturday night to help local charities and organizations to raise...

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