by Hannah Benson, On December 22, the French Club hosted a holiday event. The purpose of it was to educate WHS students about french culture during the holidays, and raise money for a charity!
by Valerie Coleman Christina Huffer is a junior at Walkersville High School. Huffer has been swimming for thirteen years and is currently an athlete for the girls swim team at WHS. Throughout her thirteen
by Nick Powers Recently there has been a lot of talk about Net Neutrality and if it was going to be repealed or not. On the 15th of December it was repealed with a
by Madison Miller December 21st, 2017, is when Walkersville High school PTA hosted a “Christmas Cookie Workshop” for the students and staff to enjoy. Students were invited during their flex period to Technology teacher
Photos by Michael Tauriello The Lions faced off against the rivaling Knights from Middletown on Thursday night. They put in a valiant effort, but were unable to come out with the win, losing 39-40.
by Hannah Benson Around the holidays, people travel door to door caroling. But, what started this strange tradition of “asking for figgy pudding?” Christmas Carols were originally songs for St. Francis of Assisi’s pageants,
by Jaizon Jenkins There are different types of desserts for the holiday’s and there are also two infamous dishes around the holiday time, figgy pudding and fruit cake. I have had neither one of
by Hannah Benson Candy canes, a classic candy perfect for gifts, christmas decorations, and the holidays in general. But, where do candy canes even come from? No one is completely sure of the first
by Hannah Benson Poinsettias are gorgeous red flowers, used as decoration in the holiday season, but there are so many facts that are unknown about these lovely flowers. They can come in several colors,
by Sanders Jett-Folk On Wednesday, Congressional Republicans passed a significant tax bill that will reform the nation’s tax code.  Since the 2016 elections where Republicans sustained a majority in both the House and