For the last three months the football stadium has been closed due to ongoing construction.

Home games away from home

Audrey Lippert, Co-Editor-in-Chief September 22, 2021

As a result of ongoing construction, athletes will not be playing fall sports games in their home stadium. The football stadium, which was officially closed on June 1, is receiving upgrades, including...

After a year online, Trevor Menne is excited to make in-person connections with students and staff alike.

New year, new principal

Trevor Menne steps up in a new position, and is excited to lead
Helena Erdahl, Co-Editor-in-Chief September 20, 2021
“Just having the chance to lead it's really an honor,” -Trevor Menne
Just one minute and maybe a little more. One Minute Rants, a new podcast available wherever you get them, dives into a wide range of topics and opinions presented by our own staff, but only for one minute.

One Minute Rants

Audrey Lippert, Podcast and Blogs Editor June 6, 2021

One minute to rant about a topic of your choosing. How would you spend it? Our staff is answering that question through One Minute Rants, the newest podcast on our platform, with topics ranging from the...

Disneyland reopens

Disneyland reopens

Kylie Zeman, Staff Reporter April 21, 2021

Nearing its 66th anniversary, Disneyland has reopened after shutting down since the pandemic began in March 2020. With it being closed for over a year, people are anxious to get back. Here are five important...

Weekly Wake Up Promo

Lily Frazier, Video Editor April 13, 2021

WLHS student competes at state for Poetry Out Loud

Caden Kesselring, Broadcast Editor In Chief April 12, 2021

Preparing for the Oscars

Aidan Erdahl, Arts and Culture Editor April 9, 2021

With the way vaccines were distributed, it feels like everyone is reaching out to get one. Image created by Logan Winder

Vaccine Tug-Of-War

Logan Winder, Opinion Section Editor April 7, 2021

The controversy surrounding COVID-19 never seems to end. Lockdown restrictions, masks, social gatherings, the list goes on and on when it comes to things people are angry about. If we follow this pattern,...

WL vs. OC infographic

Battle of the Bridge; Century Edition

Megan DeVall, Sports Editor April 5, 2021

In the 100th continuous Battle of the Bridge, West Linn defeats Oregon City 40-13. The game was played at Pioneer Memorial Stadium in Oregon City with celebrations of the two cities. Check out this infographic...

Billie Eilish performs songs from her album, “Don’t Smile At Me” on a stop of her “1 by 1” tour in Portland, Ore. on Oct. 23, 2018.

The queen of ‘anti-pop’ accepts her crown

Billie Eilish’s fast ascension to fame in ‘Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry’
Karina Rower, Web Editor April 1, 2021

At 19 years old, Billie Eilish has won six Grammys, performed three tours, directed three music videos, released an EP and an album along with multiple hit singles. Eilish has done more than the average...

Steve Davala, science teacher, has written five books since he began teaching in 2001.

Diving into a new adventure

A chemistry teacher's continued pursuit of a lifelong passion.
Lillian Gottschling, Copy Editor March 24, 2021

Two years ago, Steve Davala published the final novel in his “Soulkind” series, a project he began in 2001. Known by many as a chemistry teacher, Davala pursued his dreams of becoming an author. He...

Tanner Springs Assisted Living makes changes to protect residents, through mask wearing and other precautions.

Working amidst a pandemic

Lucy McCowen shares her experience as an essential worker during COVID-19
Helena Erdahl, Coverage Editor March 19, 2021

Recently, students have gotten the vaccine and for a variety of reasons. Some of these include health reasons, and, in some cases, being an essential worker. Lucy McCowen, senior, is an aide at Tanner...

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