As students register for classes, many of next year’s upperclassmen will be deciding whether to take an AP class. What should they consider? Continue reading AP Classes: What’s to Know?
Conversations involving both Central and Stevens High Schools frequently pit the schools against one another. But are the schools as different as stereotypes suggest? Continue reading Central and Stevens: What’s the Difference?
Following the seizure of abused animals from a home in Creighton, the Humane Society of the Black Hills has its hands full caring for its newest guests. Continue reading Humane Society Cares for Massive Influx of Abused Animals
Assistant Principal Mr. Seales has been tearing through the hallways on a scooter lately. Rumors abound regarding the cause and the consequences of letting a principal wield this kind of power. Continue reading Terror on Wheels: Mr. Seales Rides a Scooter
Many in the Cobbler family were watching the protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline very closely, and they were surprised to learn that the protesters had succeeded. Continue reading Cobblers Surprised by Denial of Dakota Access Pipeline
When it’s cold outside, you need a pair of warm socks, and thanks to Cobbler students and the PE department, many people in Rapid City have something warm on their feet. Continue reading Sock Drive Warms Hearts and Toes
Many students in Rapid City are attending college without moving to places like Brookings or Spearfish. They cite saved money, time, and added convenience as key factors. Continue reading Many Rapid City Students Choosing to Stay Home for College