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Wenatchee Migrant Specialist Program offers help for those in need

May 8, 2018


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According to the U.S Department of Agriculture as of 2012, Washington employs over 160,000 annually making the Migrant Education Program (MEP) in Washington, which is the third largest in the nation. Wenatchee, amongst Washington’s 51 school districts which have MEP programs, is ranked in the top ...

Skyline Overlook crash starts discussion about safety measures

Tara Dilly, Staff Reporter

May 8, 2018


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The evening of April 21, a 17 year old girl was injured in a car accident at Skyline Drive Overlook during a street race. Two cars were racing on Skyline Drive when the car driving illegally in the left lane lost control and drifted into the Skyline Overlook. The two cars racing were identified as a bla...

Still too close to call

Mackenzie Mueller, Staff Reporter

April 9, 2018


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After the first round of President/Vice President ASB elections ended in an exact tie and re-elections were deemed too close to call, a solution has been found.   ASB President/Vice President elections will be held again on April 12, the Thursday after Spring Break. It will be a paper/penci...

ASB press release: Mr. Panther

March 28, 2018


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Wenatchee High School ASB is proud to present the 15th annual "Mr. Panther" pageant. On Apr. 19 at 7 p.m. in the WHS auditorium. The theme this year is "the cheetah Boyz". Mr. Panther is a humerous show that gives ten senior boys the chance to win scholarship money. The seniors competing in this year's...

Students walk out in solidarity

Students walk out in solidarity

Hailey West, Tara Dilly, and Xavier Martinez, Staff Reporter, Staff Reporter, and In-Depth Editor

March 23, 2018


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On March 14, students, faculty, and community members alike gathered at the WHS track, and later at Memorial Park near downtown Wenatchee, to walkout in support of ending gun violence in schools. Students around the nation left class at 10 a.m. local time for at least 17 minutes - one minute for eac...

Wenatchee Girl’s Wrestling advances to regionals

Tara Dilly, Staff Reporter

March 6, 2018


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Wenatchee High School’s girls wrestling team had a strong season. Kelsey Ibarra, McKayla Cook, Isabella Andreini, Emily Carroll, and Sara Morrow all finished in the top five in their weight class at Warden Sub-Regionals, advancing to Regionals. “Isabella Andreini wrestled really well.” Coach Joe Corde...

Wenatchee High School’s Boys Wrestling team ends the year off well

Cassie Noyd, Staff Reporter

March 1, 2018


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The WHS Varsity Boys Wrestling team went to districts on February 3. On a high note, Wenatchee High School Varsity Boys Wrestling finished fifth as a team. Lucas Carranza placed third weighing 182, Ronin Haynes placed fourth weighing 182 pounds , Jose Galarza placed fourth weighing 195 pounds, Kian Davis...

WHS’ Robotics Team gets qualified for their state competition

Mackenzie Mueller, Staff Reporter

February 28, 2018


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 The WHS Robotics team visited Toppenish for their latest competition. They successfully qualified their fifth team for State, out of the toal six teams. “The competition at Toppenish went extremely well,” sophomore Willow Baker said. “One of our teams made it to state with the excellence aw...

The Apple Blossom Pageant chooses its Queen and Princesses

The Apple Blossom Pageant chooses its Queen and Princesses

Abby Wilt, Staff Reporter

February 20, 2018


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In front of a packed house on Feb.10, Gretta Wiersma was crowned the queen of the 99th Apple Blossom Festival. With her were crowned Princess Sophie Castillo and Princess Jessica Murray. All three of the girls are seniors from Wenatchee High School. Apple Blossom is a tradition for the Wenatc...

Panther Basketball secures first playoff victory 57-49 double OT win against rival Eastmont

Riley Kunz, Staff Reporter

February 15, 2018


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    The Wenatchee Panthers boys basketball team pulled off a double overtime win against the Eastmont Wildcats last Tuesday, opening the district playoff with a win 57-49. Wenatchee led for most of the game, surging into the midway point of the third quarter with an 11 point lead. Eastmont came ba...

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