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Blood drive a success

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March 23, 2012

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By: Sig Fredriksen Following a busy day in the North Colorado Medical Center’s donator-truck, Jackie Rebard, in charge of the event could happily announce that the blood drive had been a success. Read More »...

Kaps for Kids

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March 8, 2012

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By: Kendell Carlson FCCLA earned over $310 during it’s Kaps for Kids day. All the proceeds went to help US Submarine Veterans raise money for the Ronald McDonald Charity. Mrs. Irwin wanted FCCLA’s charity event to be a Kaps for Kids fundraiser. She was inspired...

Eaton kids in stock show

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February 1, 2012

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By: John Ottoson One hundred and six years after its inaugural run, the Colorado National Stock Show is still running strong with new people, invigorating  events, and  livestock. Every year thousands of people travel to the National Western Complex in D...

Blackout

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January 30, 2012

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By: Kendell Carlson Legislation has been debating about the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect Intellectual Property Address Act (PIPA) in the Senate. These acts are claiming that they will put an end to plagiarism. Republicans stand together and ...

Internet protests delay SOPA

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January 30, 2012

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By: Sig Fredriksen Following protests from several major Internet-based companies, the new bill designed to fight web piracy and sharing of copyrighted material has had its debut in congress delayed. Read More »...

Honoring late Penn State legend Joe Paterno

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January 25, 2012

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By: Holden Rexius The Hall of Fame and long time Penn State Football coach was pronounced dead Sunday morning on January 22. His death was due to complications from lung cancer. Paterno has more wins than any other coach...

Broncos vs. Steelers

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January 25, 2012

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By: Holden Rexius Sunday night at Invesco Field, the Denver Broncos and Tim Tebow surprised football fans across the nation. They beat the Pittsburgh Steelers with an 80-yard pass in overtime. Going into the game as a nine-point...

The ups and downs of heels

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January 23, 2012

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By: Hannah Glines “And your heels so high that you cant even have a good time” -Jessie J “And no, I will not wear high heels. Because heels are a male invention designed to make women's butts look smaller... and to make it harder for them to run away.” -A...

Snow Drought

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January 23, 2012

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By: Christopher Dawkins The skier and snow-boarder's love for the mountain is slowly dissipating this disappointing season. The pump-up, motivating preseason videos have only left more people sad in Colorado. Showing people...

Goodwin retiring… or not?

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January 11, 2012

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By: Avery Jones After 39 years of dedication to the Eaton school district, Quentin Goodwin, middle school math teacher, is retiring from teaching—according to everyone except Goodwin. Although officially Goodwin will be considered retired, Good...

Happy Thanksgiving!

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November 22, 2011

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The Eaton Red Ink staff would like to wish the entire student body, faculty and administration a Happy Thanksgiving Break!

Reds run to state stopped short

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November 22, 2011

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By: Carter Williams After a nine hour bus ride, the Eaton Reds football team came up one point short in the final minutes to Bayfield in the State Quarterfinals 15-14. Two controversial calls proved to be the difference betwee...

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