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
No one wants to be called a Grinch at Christmas time, but sometimes we have to look in the mirror and realize the truth. Continue reading 5 Ways We Can Relate to the Grinch
With December’s snow day and Christmas break looming, it’s time to consider winter play. Snowboarder Parker Roose has some advice for maximizing fun on South Dakota’s slopes. Continue reading 5 Ways to Make the Most of Snowboarding in South Dakota
Jam is one of the most agile foods in a fridge, and the best jams are the ones you make yourself. Here is a raspberry jalapeño jelly that you will love in so many ways… Continue reading Recipe: Jammin’ Jam
As freshmen consider what they want to be involved in for the rest of high school, should they consider stepping into the role of mentor? Continue reading Ask Sr. Sally: Why Be a Mentor for Cobbler 2 Cobbler?
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
Lurking in the far reaches of the science wing in a lair plastered with movie-posters is a movie buff, sci-fi writer, and sometime walking bacon, Mr. Riggs. Meet this Real Life Hero, who has devoted his career to delivering students from the evils of physics confusion and despair. Continue reading Cobblers Up Close: Mr. Riggs