by Shelby Williams While a hospital is not where you would want to be for the holidays, local 4-H members joined together and turned the pediatrics center of the Frederick Memorial Hospital into a
by Tori Caulfield The Poetry Out Loud competition took place on November 25th 2013 at 1:00 p.m. There was a great turn out with positive energy and participation of the students and teachers. “I
by Jessica Shea Most of WHS and the Walkersville community are preparing for the next big holiday, creeping around the corner that is usually looked over, Thanksgiving. Many families are doing this by getting
by Rayann Routzahn If you are looking for the perfect gift for someone, you can never go wrong with chocolate. The junior class club is selling Ghirardelli chocolates. “We are raising money for prom.
by Bria Fisher On November 23rd, 2013, the WHS Academic Team won an academic bowl against Chesapeake and Lochraven, Maryland. Tom Kollai, advisor for the academic team at Walkersville High School, said “The score
by Annie Moreno It’s that time of year to start being thankful for the food we have on the table, as lucky as we are to have it. The food eaten during Thanksgiving creates
by Cate Tauriello On November 21st through the 24th, there were four chances to see the WHS production of James and the Giant Peach. The show was put on by the WHS drama department
by Madison Borison Over the years, I’ve made many friends from outside the state of Maryland. The important thing to keep those friendships strong is keeping in touch. Keeping in touch can be difficult,
by Madison Borison Thursday, November 21st, I attended the Oklahoma City Thunder versus the Los Angeles Clippers game at the Chesapeake Arena in Oklahoma City. There were a few things I’d like to cover.
by Kerri Wells Most say that the holiday season and pranks don’t go together. I firmly disagree. Sure, the Christmas songs or the bright lights strewn across your town may get you in a