Donkey Basketball raises $1,800 for March of Dimes

Donkey Basketball raises $1,800 for March of Dimes

Maddy Atwood, Assistant Business Manager

March 25, 2015

The Wenatchee Fire and Rescue walked away as the 2015 FFA and FBLA Donkey Basketball champions and the March of Dimes Foundation received $1,800 from the 12th annual March of Dimes Donkey Basketball Tournament on March 23. The Wenatchee Fire and Rescue won 14-8 against last year’s champion, the... READ MORE »

News

No discipline for former athletic director

Bryce Newberry, Online Editor

Former Wenatchee High School athletic director and current Dean of Students BJ Kuntz will not receive disciplinary action for alleged malfeasance and neglect...  Read More »

March 26, 2015

School board leader receives Jefferson Award

Chris Danko, Staff Reporter

Wenatchee School Board member Jesús Hernández became one of the five recipients of this year’s Jefferson Awards, becoming the second school district...  Read More »

March 26, 2015

2015-16 daily schedule changes to accommodate daily prep

Bryce Newberry, Online Editor

Principal Bob Celebrezze announced the 2015-16 daily schedule to Wenatchee High School staff this morning. The new schedule fully complies with the ...  Read More »

March 25, 2015

Newberry, Danko lead Apple Leaf staff at State

Adrian Robinson, A&E Editor

Wenatchee High School senior Bryce Newberry won the Lu Flannery Outstanding Journalist Award at the Washington Journalism Education Association's conference...  Read More »

March 25, 2015

Donkey Basketball raises $1,800 for March of Dimes

Donkey Basketball raises $1,800 for March of Dimes

Maddy Atwood, Assistant Business Manager

The Wenatchee Fire and Rescue walked away as the 2015 FFA and FBLA Donkey Basketball champions and the March of Dimes Foundation received $1,800 from the...  Read More »

March 25, 2015

Toth named GWATA’s Future Tech Leader

Bethany Symonds, Staff Reporter

For some people, working with technology is the bane of their existence. For others, like Wenatchee High School junior Ethan Toth, working with tech is...  Read More »

March 25, 2015

Panthers say goodbye to natural grass; FieldTurf on the way

Panthers say goodbye to natural grass; FieldTurf on the way

Eduardo Ramos, Editor-in-Chief

Senior Jairo Alpire rushes up the Lee Bofto Field in the Apple Bowl as Wenatchee High School’s varsity soccer team takes on the Quincy Jacks. The surface...  Read More »

March 25, 2015

New college mentor coordinator joins WHS

Hannah Lewis, Staff Reporter

Out with the old and in with the new. After the news of the current...  Read More »

March 25, 2015

FFA and FBLA competition seasons heat up

Madi Morrison, Staff Reporter

The Wenatchee High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) had multiple first-place wins at their most recent conference sending 10 students to...  Read More »

March 25, 2015

Sports

Lacrosse teams optimistic after losses

Lacrosse teams optimistic after losses

Chris Danko, Staff Reporter

The Wenatchee Valley Thunder opened its boys lacrosse...  Read More »

March 25, 2015

Boys golf has a rusty start, girls finish high

March 25, 2015

The girls golf team had their highest finishes ever...  Read More »

Sophomores Ivan Chaves and Lorren Morgan practice in the Apple Bowl for their upcoming home game against Sunnyside on March 27.

Boys soccer victory over Shadle Park overshadows season losses

March 25, 2015

The Wenatchee High School soccer team was sent backwards...  Read More »

Baseball defeats defending State champions in first game of the season

March 25, 2015

The Wenatchee High School baseball team defeated previous...  Read More »

Tennis girls place first at Coke Classic

March 25, 2015

After each breezing through two matches uncontested,...  Read More »

Features

A slice of Stehekin

Kiana Wilson, Opinion Editor

No cell phone service, no Internet access, no cable...  Read More »

March 25, 2015

Tailored threads: Mariah Hetterle designs, makes clothes

March 25, 2015

Black or pink? Stripes or polka-dots? Lace or silk?...  Read More »

Junior Tony Smith has danced for three years, serving as Wenatchee High School's only competitive male dancer.

Breaking the stereotype for competitive dancers

March 19, 2015

As the curtain rushes open and the spotlight shines...  Read More »

Senior Gabby Waterman speaks on "Love Equals" at the 2015 Apple Blossom Royalty Selection Pageant. Waterman was chosen as Apple Blossom Queen.

Meet the new Apple Blossom Queen Gabby Waterman

March 1, 2015

For most little girls, the dream of wearing a tiara...  Read More »

DECA Adviser Matt Pakinas teaches a marketing class at Wenatchee High School on Wednesday.

Inside DECA: Adviser Matt Pakinas

February 25, 2015

Business. Entrepreneurship. DECA. For many students...  Read More »

Fostering hope: Jewlzz Howell recounts the struggles and disappointments of being a foster child

February 11, 2015

A 6-year-old Jewlzz Howell woke up to a morning that...  Read More »

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