Parking lot protest: signs and flags oppose in-person learning

After months of distance learning, West Linn students remain divided over whether they want to return, according to a recent Instagram poll posted by @wlhsnow. In Wilsonville, however, the issue is much less divisive according to Kinsley Dart, a sophomore at Wilsonville High School.
January 11, 2021

A protest appeared over the weekend in front of the West Linn-Wilsonville School District’s district office. On Jan. 10, 600 flags were planted in the ground alongside hand-painted signs advocating...

What are middle schoolers doing after school?

What are middle schoolers doing after school?
Here’s where they go.
December 11, 2019

A celebration of pride

Standing in front of at least 100 people, Susie Walters, senior, laughs as she starts her speech about inclusion to the present student body. Co-president of Gender Sexuality Alliance, Walters organized the walkout on Nov. 8 to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community at the school. “The purpose of this demonstration is to allow students to show solidarity with their LGBTQ+ peers and to peacefully address the culture of intolerance on the WLHS campus,” a press release published by GSA stated. Walters soon shared her own story and the message for the demonstration. “I want you to treat this day, and the rest of your life, like a pride celebration,” Walters said.
November 20, 2019

The Odditorium celebrates its 13th Halloween

Drink up! Potion bottles and bats are just a few of the ghoulish goods you can buy year round at the Odditorium. The store ships its goods all over the country and makes most of its sales through its website www.ghoulgallery.com.
The Odditorium and Curiosities is celebrating it's 13th Halloween as a business, and its second Halloween as a storefront in Oregon City.
October 31, 2019


A century of homecoming

Homecoming king and queen, Averi Fels and Dane Cava.
Missed all the homecoming action? Check it out here.
October 10, 2019

Striking for the future

HOT TOPIC. Helena Erdahl, freshman, clutches a homemade sign while chanting along with fellow students.
Climate protests reach West Linn City Hall.
September 21, 2019

West Linn football kicks off a century of pride

Players break through the  West Linn banner to start the game.
West Linn played Central Catholic on Friday, Sept. 6, for the first home game of the season.
September 11, 2019


On the brink of victory

With open arms, Eli Thayer, junior excitedly going to hug his team. Feeling bonded to each and every teammate on the field, if not by their playing together, then surely by the bleach. “It was an impulse decision,” Loun, said. “We had talked about doing it for a little bit, then it just seemed like we weren't going to. Then our Goalie JC sent a picture after practice where he had bleached his hair. So at that point we knew we were all doing it.”
Boys Lacrosse is just one game away from a state championship.
June 1, 2019


Red for Ed – Teachers walk out for school funding

Red for Ed - Teachers walk out for school funding
May 10, 2019

Over 25,000 educators, students and supporters rallied for school funding at the Portland Waterfront this last Wednesday, May 8, 2019. In at least 25 school districts, schools were closed for all or part...

May Day

May Day
May 7, 2019

May Day 99

May Day 2019 welcomes first female escort

Maypole dancer, Rachel Dumas, with the first female  escort, Matilda Frysinger.
May 6, 2019

May Day 2019 included a female escort for the first time in the 99 years WLHS has had the annual tradition of the Maypole dance. The first female escort, Matilda Frysinger, walked Maypole dancer, Rachel...

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