The Cañon Current’s feature on animals up for adoption at the humane society. This week, we have Eli and Rudy!
Howdy Tiger fans! This is Camron Robinson reporting for the Cañon Current. We were on hand to cheer on the CCHS Tigers against the Pueblo Centennial Bulldogs! It was an intense game, controlled by Centennial until Cañon made an awesome comeback with about 3 minutes left in the game and took the win with a [...]
For a typical honors student, logging community service hours is a must for impressing colleges. National Honor Society, an organization that honors level juniors and seniors are invited to, is how many students get those hours. NHS cosponsors Adam Hartman and Steven Carter explained to the Cañon Current their goals for this year’s National Honor [...]
When most people hear the word “princess,” they think of frills and lace. Newly awarded Fremont County Rodeo Princess Tammi Chapman, however, knows how to ride rough n’ tough – and still have great hair. Chapman, 12, has been actively involved in 4-H for the past eight years. She has done everything from shooting to [...]
Bridge to Life Assembly of God wants to make a “bridge to love,” according to lead pastor Larry Kettle. The church, which serves a congregation of about 100, is planning a community block party for this Sunday from 10:30 AM – 3:30 PM. Everyone is invited. “The Bible says to love your neighbor as yourself. [...]
While most students dread the fateful day when they must head back to school, Student Council members are thrilled to get the party started. Student Council has been active at Cañon City High School for over 20 years. They organize school assemblies, dances, food drives, spirit days, and talent shows, among other events. This year’s [...]
Over the course of this last week, the community had the opportunity to experience good times and family friendly fun at the Fremont County Fair. The local 4-H program was heavily involved in the fair, hosting various events ranging from a rocket launch to a livestock Sale. There were a plethora of animals at the [...]
Racers who ran the Danapalooza 5K/1.5 Mile at Ecology Park on Saturday were able achieve personal goals, contribute to a very worthy cause, and most importantly, enjoy themselves. As they crossed the finish line, runners not only felt the accomplishment of finishing the race (and the relief of finally being done running), but they also [...]