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Bailey Cross writes, On November 20, Twilight Saga: New Moons opens nation-wide in theaters.

Ira Tandon writes, This Disney DVD features many short films, including The Prince and the Pauper, The Pied Piper, and many more.

Mary Eleanor Tezak writes, Right now your primary concerns are probably along the lines of studying for that mammoth test tomorrow...

Samantha Thompson writes, I'm very busy raking leaves (sort of)!

Rachel Faulkner writes, By Dannika Harris and Rachel FaulknerSince it was founded in the mid-1800's...

Rachel Faulkner writes, It is remarkable when a child works hard to save the life of someone close to them.

Justin Ford writes, On January 24, 2009 I had the honor of representing West Jefferson Middle School at the Optimist Brain Bowl.

Rachel Faulkner writes, On Tuesday, November 4th, history was changed in such a way that it will never be the same again.

Jordan Adolph writes, The mountains are more beautiful than one could ever describe.

Alan Campbell writes, History was made today in Denver...

Have you ever wished you could be President of the United States?

Bailey Cross writes, An idea to end global warming, bring America together, and solve all military problems has finally been suggested.

Justin Ford writes, Ever since the democratic convention came to Denver, everything has been about politics.

Orion Pilger writes, Orion and Talbot's AdventuresBy: OrionChapter 1The noteAs Talbot held the mysterious book...

Ashley Achee writes, Hina Matsuri is a traditional Japanese cultural day for families all over Japan to wish their young daughters well as they grow.

Annika Reuter writes, Mysteries of the Mummy Kids The Mysteries of the Mummy Kids...

Jessica Cardall writes, Irving Berlin's White Christmas played on November 23 - December 30, 2007, at the Buell Theatre in downtown Denver.

Rachel Faulkner writes, In the old days, when Native Americans were first threatened by white soldiers, there so happened a battle.

Ashley Achee writes, What's a muckraker? Who cares, right? Wrong! Muckrakers were journalists during the early twentieth century.

Rachel Faulkner writes, Recently I had the honor of meeting poet/writer Jerry Spinelli and talking with him about his latest book...

Hannah Duran writes, Hey, do you want to know something amazing? Some collage students did a study about information.

Lindsey Folcik writes, This weekend, my family went up to a small mountain town called Redstone.

Joanna Schumacher writes, Imagine, a student has just spent around six hours at what is considered their job, otherwise known as school.