by Isabella Reese After computer malfunctions galore and the fear of snow on their minds, the Key Club was finally able to conduct their annual blood drive. The annual Red Cross blood drive gives
by Tyler Richmond As of 2009 over two million people travel by aircraft every day, whether businessmen or the casual traveler. Air travel can be either really difficult and stressful or simple and more
by Tyler Richmond Consisting of 25 players from 17 different NHL teams the U.S.A hockey teams is looking to earn its third gold medal as the team leaves for Sochi in over a month.
by Sasha Mazikins What’s better than walking around Downtown Frederick looking at the beautiful Christmas lights, snow falling, and drinking some hot chocolate? When I was little I would count down the days till
by Chris Copen Starting on February 3rd, Walkersville High School’s wifi infrastructure will officially go live, ushering in a new 21st century learning environment for Walkersville students. In a recent email, Principal Tracey Franklin
by Jared Eyler 2014 is here! A new year means new resolutions. I talked to some of Walkersville High’s staff members and asked them what their resolutions for 2014 were. “Let my beard grow
by Annie Moreno Walkersville High School says goodbye to a wonderful teacher, and dear friend. Dick Gilbert has been a teacher at the school for 36 ½ years. Gilbert has decided that it
by Stephanie Gamble Walkersville is home to many wonderful and inspiring teachers. In the Physical Education department, Susan Pardo, has had a strong influence over her students. Pardo teaches all the Aquatics and the
by Hannah Taheri Winter—you’re either one of those people who loves it or one who hates it. Although my birthday is in the month of December, I am not one of those people who
by Amanda Davis It’s the New Year, 2014. Everyone’s busy making his or her New Year resolution(s). The most common resolutions are: to stop smoking, to be nicer to people, and to lose weight.