Tiger Times

How High School Music Impacted Katie Broermen’s Life

Karis Moore, Staff Writer

May 24, 2019

For four years of her life, Katelyn (Katie) Broermen has gone to Erie High School. She has gone through all of the motions of high school. From being a nervous little freshman, to finding her place as a sophomore, then working aw...

Quentin Hartel and his Path to Greatness

Blake Donaldson, Staff Writer

May 23, 2019

Growing up in Erie, Quentin Hartel was always surrounded around sports. Throughout Hartel’s young life he played football and basketball. He was always known for how fast he was and how he could outrun anybody at any given mom...

The use of autonomous vehicles in urban plant health analysis

Dillon Huselton, Staff Writer

May 22, 2019

The issue of urban pollution is an ever-present problem, but fortunately, innovators have created means to mitigate urban pollution using small airborne vehicles commonly referred to as UAS (Unmanned Aerial System). The advancement...

Brandon Bird: Emerging With a Purpose From the Waves of Chaos

Kailey Pickering, Editor-in-Chief

May 19, 2019

The sun shone brightly on a summer day in Northern Colorado Springs. On one of the emerald green lawns sits a boy dunking action figures into a bucket. “He completes the dive with a smooth turn! A dive like that has to reward...

The Constant of the Tiger Times

Grayson Blalock, Editor

May 14, 2019

The sun crawls over the eastern plain of Colorado on one summer Saturday morning, warming the water of the pool. A few minutes later, a swimmer hops in. The water jolts her awake as she begins stretching out. Other swimmers are...

Nora Roth

Sydney Wolff, Staff Writer

December 21, 2018

You’ve heard of the state championship cheer team, but have you heard of their coach? Nora Roth is hidden in the shadows but her life story has so much to tell.   Roth was born on Aug 30th, 1991 in Nebraska. Even though her fam...

Mrs. Rasmussen: The Thankless Job

Dillon Huselton, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018

Kelsey Rasmussen walks into her classroom at 7:20 A.M. Four of her senior design students are already patiently waiting out in the hallway making small talk. After some small talk about the weekend and recent s...

Coach Simmons is Grinding it Out

Sydney Parrish, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018

A term heard frequently on the baseball or softball field at Erie is “grind”. Whether it’s, “embrace the grind”, or “on the grind”, or just “grinding”. It has been made a word that will continue to stick in th...

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