Announcements

Coronado Students Are Jumping For Java Over The Opening of a New Dutch Bro’s

Coronado Students Are Jumping For Java Over The Opening of a New Dutch Bro’s

Dj Valdez, Staff Writer

I'm sure you've heard the ecstatic cheering of many students lately. Any idea why? A new Dutch Brothers is about to open up down the road! Located at 870 W Garden of the Gods Rd., i...

March 21No Comments

Prom Court is Announced!

Prom Court is Announced!

Bekah Redinger

Coronado's “Arabian Nights” Prom is coming, as indicated by pleasant spring weather and the feeling of anticipation in the air. The 2016-2017 Coronado prom court was named o...

March 17No Comments

ANNOUNCING THE SECOND ANNUAL COUGAR DAILY MARCH MADNESS BRACKET CHALLENGE

ANNOUNCING THE SECOND ANNUAL COUGAR DAILY MARCH MADNESS BRACKET CHALLENGE

Mara Abernethy, Editor-In-Chief

March is here and thus the Madness begins! The Cougar Daily is proud to announce that the Second Annual Cougar Daily March Madness Bracket tournament kicks off this week!...

March 14No Comments

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Sports

Girls Soccer Has Promising Start

Girls Soccer Has Promising Start

Isabella Janney, Staff Writer

Girls soccer had their first league game on Tuesday 3/14 against Vista Ridge, ending in a disappointing 0-2 loss for the Cougars. The two goals by Vista Ridge were scored within the first 10 minutes of the game, and the Lady...

March 21No Comments

Cougar Baseball Prevails over Vista and Demolishes Widefield

Cougar Baseball Prevails over Vista and Demolishes Widefield

Taylor Dutton, Staff Writer

Right now, our Cougs are on a two game winning-streak! Their first game against Vista Ridge was cut short in the 7th inning and rescheduled due to low visibility in the dark.  However, because the inning was nearly over and ...

March 20No Comments

Another Strong Match for Girls Tennis

Another Strong Match for Girls Tennis

March 20

On 3/16 girls tennis competed at Lewis Palmer, and although they lost 2-5, their team appears to be c...

Men’s Track and Field Shines at First Meet

Men’s Track and Field Shines at First Meet

March 16

The Coronado men’s track team kicked off their season on Saturday, 3/11, with a second place finish at ...

Celia Smith: Athlete in the Spotlight

Celia Smith: Athlete in the Spotlight

March 15

Celia Smith has left her mark on Coronado High School in her four years as a student athlete. In both b...

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News

EU Court Ruling On Bans of Hijabs in Workplaces

EU Court Ruling On Bans of Hijabs in Workplaces

Hamish Shepherd, Writer

On 3/14, the European Union Court of Justice made a ruling on a headscarf ban in the workplace. The ruling stated that a ban was allowed if there was justification for the ban. The ruling set the precede...

March 22No Comments

Danger at the Dam

Danger at the Dam

March 2

Residents of Oroville, California, are returning to their homes now that the evacuation order has been l...

Expanding Our Universe: NASA Announces Discovery of 7 Exoplanets

Expanding Our Universe: NASA Announces Discovery of 7 Exoplanets

February 28

On 2/22, NASA surprised the world by announcing the discovery of 7 new exoplanets orbiting a nearby dwarf...

Flint, Michigan: Timeline of Crisis

Flint, Michigan: Timeline of Crisis

February 27

The water in Flint, Michigan has been lead contaminated since 2014. The contamination started when Flin...

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Commentaries

Promposals: Ratings and Reasoning

Promposals: Ratings and Reasoning

Sierra Meisner, Staff Writer

As spring quickly approaches, so does prom season. For many students, this is one of the most exciting times of their high school career. In the last decade, promposals, or...

March 17No Comments

Promposals: Are They Necessary?

March 15

How to Save the Democratic Party

March 14

Hate Groups On The Rise

Hate Groups On The Rise

March 1

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