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Mass shootings define our generation

Mass shootings define our generation

Wally Milner, Coverage Editor

June 8, 2018


Filed under Current Events, Gun Control, Gun Violence, Opinions, Politics, Top Stories

There has been yet another school shooting. This time in Santa Fe, Texas. It all feels so familiar. The scene. The victims. The parade of news reports. The vigils and the names take on the dull hue of an endless procession.   So familiar is it, indeed, that it has become almost a part of the sch...

Those who leave

Those who leave

Aleks Brooks, Advertising Manager

June 1, 2018


Filed under Current Events

  Graduation for most happens in mid-June, but a small few students choose to graduate earlier than the rest. Jaden Goldschmidt graduated early this year. “I wanted to play competitive club Ultimate frisbee with a men’s team in Portland, and I couldn't do school and the team with...

Welcome to camp

Welcome to camp

Kellen Flynn, Staff Reporter

May 29, 2018


Filed under Current Events, Media, Photo, Photo Slideshows

Painting at the police station

Painting at the police station

Sarah Heiden, Photo Editor

May 23, 2018


Filed under Arts and Culture, Current Events, Top Stories

With their AP Studio Art portfolios finished, and only a few weeks left until graduation. AP Art students have been working on a mural for the police station in Old Willamette. The project was introduced to them early second semester by Officer Jeff Halverson, after his friend and fellow officer, Nick...

Kate Brown, Knute Buehler to face off in Governor race

Kate Brown, Knute Buehler to face off in Governor race

Wally Milner and Matilda Milner

May 17, 2018


Filed under Current Events, Politics, Top Stories

Tuesday, May 15, saw Oregon voters nominate their candidates for Governor, Representative, and the state House and Senate races. Democratic gubernatorial Primary Governor Kate Brown took an easy victory over the other Democratic candidates, earning 82.6 percent of votes, as reported by the Oreg...

Iowa Governor Signs Most Restrictive Abortion Ban in the Country at “Fetal Heartbeat”

Iowa Governor Signs Most Restrictive Abortion Ban in the Country at “Fetal Heartbeat”

Lauren Terry, WLHSnow Staff

May 14, 2018


Filed under Current Events, Opinions

Iowa governor Kim Reynolds signed a bill that would effectively ban abortions at 6 week of pregnancy, known as the “fetal heartbeat” bill proposed Friday, May 2nd. In consequence, this law would require women seeking abortion to undergo an ultrasound, with exceptions including victims of rape and incest. Howeve...

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