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Grizzly Bears

By Liam Knutson – 8 years old, Larkspur, Colo. First of all, grizzly bears have bounced back from near extinction. By 1975, the Grizzly population had fallen below 140, now

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New Years Resolutions

My New Year’s Resolutions By Aubrey Cisneros Hello! For me, New Years is scary, going into a new year, you never know what’s going to happen! But in all honesty—

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Autumn

Autumn Autumn is a season that is close to winter. Autumn is a great time to bring out jackets, coats, boots, scarves, and hats in preparation for the change in

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Aqua Es Vida

Water is used in many ways in everyday life. We use it to shower, for laundry, dishes, etc. There are many other ways water is important to everyday life besides

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Labor Day

LABOR DAYA day of relaxing and restFor all the people who work their best.The First Monday in SeptemberA long weekend to remember.Most business close for the dayThank goodness for Labor

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What If?

On May 23, the last Monday of the school year, 4th, 5th, and 6th graders from Alta Vista Elementary and Intermediate School made the pilgrimage to Urban Air in Albuquerque.

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Wilderness Skills Class

Spring Equinox 2022 Spencer Warnock, 6th grade teacher at Alta Vista Elementary and Intermediate School, led a year-long Wilderness Skills class for his students. The focus of this class was

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From th 6th grade class.

Spring Equinox 2022 By 6th-grader Sierra O. The Spring Equinox in 2022 occurs on Sunday, March 20. It is the first day of spring in the astronomical northern hemisphere and

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Dumpster Diary

By WINTER ROSS A mini-mural by the Vida Day Camp kids is the latest addition to our new library space, brought to you by Localogy. It’s on the dumpster out

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