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The Haunted HolidayPosted 10/23/2023 by Brady Vinlove

Halloween is a time of fun and frightening traditions whose origins can be traced back hundreds of years. Spooky season is upon us once again and so it is time for black cats, jack-o’-lanterns, ... More

A Big Victory for the Montana ClimatePosted 10/22/2023 by Cora Grabel

A group of young Montanans have won a lawsuit against the state that alleged the state’s use of fossil fuels has violated their constitutional rights. Climate change is a big issue – one that ... More

Conference ChaosPosted 10/21/2023 by Max Feierstein

The NCAA football conference realignment has caused mayhem in the world of college sports. As college football continues to become more competitive, programs and schools are changing in order to keep ... More

Packers Struggle for LovePosted 10/20/2023 by Nate Bolinske

Packers across the world questions their quarterback’s credibility. Jordan Love, once a runner-up backup quarterback for Aaron Rodgers, is now stepping up to the starting line for the Green Bay ... More

A Troubled HousePosted 10/20/2023 by Cora Grabel

Just days after the threat of what seemed like an inevitable government shutdown was averted, chaos engulfed the House of Representatives once again.  What began with the threat of a government shutd... More

Decades Forward and Back AgainPosted 10/19/2023 by Mattie Brightwell

2023 has already set a record for the amount of anti-LGBTQ legislation introduced, heavily impacting transgender communities across the country. Often, when people picture Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Tran... More

Aloha LahainaPosted 10/08/2023 by Jesse Smith

Raging fires have burned down thousands of homes as well as killed and displaced many in the historic town of Lahaina. In August of 2023, Maui was hit with Hawaii’s worst natural disaster ever, dest... More

Torrential Troubles in LibyaPosted 10/05/2023 by Riley Rimkus

Floods have ravaged Libya, leaving the country in ruins while people search for who is at fault. On September 9, Storm Daniel passed through Libya, causing two dams to become overwhelmed with water an... More

Enhancing Safety With a New Campus Safety OfficerPosted 10/01/2023 by Carlie Quinney

TJ’s new staff member reinforces safety throughout the school. Due to ongoing issues with safety in schools, it is critical that students feel safe in their daily lives at school. High Schools in DP... More

Freshman Frenzy: Exploring the Surge in EnrollmentPosted 10/01/2023 by Amaris Medina

The TJ community continues to grow with an influx of freshmen.   Over the past couple of years, the incoming freshmen classes at TJ have grown substantially. Currently, the school’s population sit... More