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HOMECOMING: Concessions stands brings refreshing service to service

Sylvia Hwang, Sports Editor

October 10, 2016


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Food and friends go hand in hand all the time, but this is especially prominent at sporting events. The homecoming football concessions stand took it a step further on Thursday night by inviting the Wenatchee High School Key Club and members of the Wenatchee Kiwanis to share in the service o...

HOMECOMING: Young Dubs come out on top in Powder Puff

HOMECOMING: Young Dubs come out on top in Powder Puff

Xavier Martinez, Staff Reporter

October 6, 2016


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The Young Dubs Powder Puff team capped off a successful tournament with a win over the Babe Runners with a score of 6-0 to secure the first place trophy at the Apple Bowl last night. Junior Allie Rader, a key player on offense, said that there was one thing that kept the team, consisting of soccer...

HOMECOMING: Amazon mishap leads to twin day opportunity

Ashley Turner, Staff Reporter

October 6, 2016


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For some, twin day is a planned event that takes meticulous organization. For sophomore Gavin Woodring, all it took was an accidental shipping from Amazon. It was discovered that the Buddy Hield jersey was accompanied by two other replicas once the package was opened. “Why waste it?” Woodrin...

HOMECOMING: Students strut their sleepwear

Morgan Narby, Staff Reporter

October 5, 2016


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Pajama Day is basically every high schooler’s dream; arriving to your classes in footie pajamas, slippers, robes, or whatever else your preferred form of bedtime comfort may be makes the burden of high school much easier. For sophomore Jillian Lenicka, her festive pajamas of choice was a Dr. Seuss inspi...

Super bowl facts and statistics

Super bowl facts and statistics

Michael Buehn, Staff Reporter

February 5, 2016


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Before you sit down for the Super Bowl on Feb. 7, here are a few interesting things you might want to know before you join the rest of America in front of the television. Last year, a 30-second advertisement in the game ran for $4 million. 3.8 million pounds of popcorn are consumed during th...

What would people do without Netflix?

What would people do without Netflix?

Jordan Gonzalez, Features Editor

January 8, 2016


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It’s everywhere. Everyone has one, everyone uses one, everyone is addicted to it. It seems as though there is no escaping. No I’m not talking about drugs. I’m taking about a Netflix account. Or, actually, maybe I am talking about a drug. Anyway, there is a very small population in the world that do...

Learning how to play an instrument is completely worth it

Learning how to play an instrument is completely worth it

Jordan Gonzalez, Features Editor

December 9, 2015


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Some of the greatest things in life are the things that stay in a person’s life for a long time. Whether that may be a good friend or sticking with a soccer team throughout their elementary and middle school years. For some, it may just be sticking with a music class. There are plenty of music classes that are o...

When you have already read the books…

When you have already read the books…

Jordan Gonzalez, Features Editor

December 2, 2015


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Every so often, readers come across a novel or book series that they absolutely adore. All of a sudden, the story that those pages tell are now a screenplay. Whether it’s becoming a show to watch every Monday at 8 p.m. or a movie to catch the weekend after its release date, it is sure to be a big deal....

Horror movies: just entertainment?

Horror movies: just entertainment?

Jessica Murray, Online Coordinator

November 20, 2015


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There are many benefits to watching horror movies. For example, while your heart is racing with sweat dripping down your forehead, you are actually burning calories. Not only is watching horror movies a crucial way to stay in shape, but if you pay close enough attention you can learn key survival tips...

Trailer review: “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2”

Trailer review: “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2”

Jordan Gonzalez, Features Editor

November 18, 2015


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It has been 13 years since I first met the Portokalos family. 13 years. A decade plus three. I honestly can't even believe that. When I first heard the rumors that My Big Fat Greek Wedding was planning on coming out with a sequel, I was so not expecting them to be true. But last week, the trailer was release...

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