Features

Guide to Spring Break

Sebastian Sabev Staff Writer After a long period of cold weather, rain, and staying indoors, the times begin to change. The weather gets nicer, the sun comes out, and that can only mean that one thing is approaching: Spring Break,… Read More ›

Teacher self publishes 14 books

Serenity Barron Feature/Entertainment Editor Sarah McGrath has self-published 14 young adult books, starting when she was a senior in high school. McGrath uses “LuLu but a couple of them are on Amazon, which makes them available for Kindles. Another website… Read More ›

Drug use is debated in community

Police Officer Erich Weimer   Kevin Killeen and Addie Conway Editor in Chief and Columnist 2010-2011: the word “heroin” was thrown around like a baseball at a little league game. Administrators made phone calls home and held multiple classroom discussions… Read More ›

Drug use is debated in community

Student Kevin Killeen and Addie Conway   Editor in Chief and Columnist 2010-2011: the word “heroin” was thrown around like a baseball at a little league game. Administrators made phone calls home and held multiple classroom discussions to inform parents… Read More ›

Bully Breakdown

Austen Klein Staff Writer As bullying continues to be a problem at WGHS, administrators and staff prepare to go after the problem, hoping to maximize the school’s well-being. Dr. Jim Lane defines bullying at the high school level, adminstrators discuss… Read More ›

Truth revealed about basement

  Stephanie Whelan Staff Writer Rumors circulate about the high school’s basement. Senior Caleb Cowin said, “I heard the janitors have an underground gambling society.” Senior Deante Inge said, “I heard there is an old pool down there.” While some… Read More ›