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Girls claim 3-A State Championship

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November 17, 2011

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By: Carter Williams Eleven, Eleven, Eleven marked the beginning of the end of an 11-year drought for the Eaton Reds Volleyball team which came home on 11.12.11 as Colorado 3-A State Champions. The victory marks the first time...

Arroyo picked as covergirl for magazine

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November 15, 2011

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By: Haley Cox EHS Senior Karelly Arroyo never expected to be thrust into the spotlight. She simply “saw it in a magazine.” She learned that sometimes all it takes is an opportunity after deciding to compete for a spot o...

Band lands 12 in Patriot League

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November 15, 2011

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By: Haley Cox The EHS Band was successful in placing 12 students into the Patriot League Honor Band. Tryouts included one prepared piece, sight-reading of one piece, two prepared and memorized scales, and one prepared and m...

Fightin Reds rumble south for second-round playoffs

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November 14, 2011

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By: Bailey Wilson With a decisive 48-20 victory over Aspen on Saturday, the Eaton Reds football team will move on to second round of division 2-A playoffs this Saturday against the Bayfield Mighty Wolverines. The Reds football te...

Lockdown comes up clean

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November 8, 2011

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By: Norma Loya On a snowy Nov. 2 at EHS, the voice of Rick Kauffman rang through the intercoms telling teachers to lock their classroom doors. The semi-annual lockdown and school search stormed in on Wednesday as three dogs s...

Gustafson encourages students to leave legacy

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November 8, 2011

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Part of being noteworthy is the legacy, and EHS guest speaker last Monday, Dave Gustafson, has left quite a legacy behind. Gustafson and his family have been part of the Eaton Community for over 100 years. Five generations including...

Eaton sends 30 singers to Honor Choir

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November 1, 2011

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By: Avery Jones Eaton High School’s tradition of choral excellence shone through in early October when 31 members of the Patriot League Honor Choir were announced. Out of 11 schools in the league, Eaton is home to the lar...

Winter storm blasts Northern Colorado, downs trees

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November 1, 2011

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By: Hannah Glines [flagallery gid=7 name="Gallery"] An early winter storm rocked Northern Colorado leaving EHS looking like a war zone. The storm started the 26 on Tuesday night and lasted all through Wednesday the 25. Schoo...

Choir rocks the house

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November 1, 2011

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By: Haley Cox [flagallery gid=6 name="Gallery"] The EHS Choir belted out a fantastic show last Tuesday on Oct. 25. Women’s Choir excited and amused the crowd on a positive note, singing Joyful, Joyful. They then moved into Os...

FCCLA opens Hole in the Wall Cafe

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October 20, 2011

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STUCO to host blood drive

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October 18, 2011

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The EHS Student Council will host a fall blood drive November 2 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Those wishing to participate must be 18 years or older and can sign up and find information in the main office or with Student Council Advis...

No New Names, No New Faces

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October 4, 2011

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By: Avery Jones Is there a worse feeling that the awkward moment when you’ve called for someone’s attention and you’ve already shouted the “Hey,” but you can’t remember their name for the life of you? Read Mo...

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