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  • Lethal Lettuce

    Lethal Lettuce

    Emilee Jones

    December 1, 2018

    Many of us have waited our whole lives for lettuce to be unsafe to eat. There has been a recent outbreak of Romaine Lettuce containing E-Coli. USA Today stated the lettuce came from California. The outbreak had sickened more than 30 people across many states as of November 22, 2018. For many, this meant ...

  • The Mid-America Marathon

    The Mid-America Marathon

    Dawson Barnard

    November 19, 2018

    Caravans of Central Americans running north to the United States have been in the news since April of this year.  On October 21, CNN reported on some of the caravan members at the Guatemala-Mexico border. Orlin Herrera, a member from Honduras had one message for President Trump: “We’re not criminals...

  • Male Students Give Nazi Salute at Almost All-White School

    Male Students Give Nazi Salute at Almost All-White School

    Kyle Sledge

    November 19, 2018

    Controversy has flooded Baraboo High School this week over a picture of all of the class of 2019 boys doing a Nazi salute for a prom picture at their last year’s prom.  The school in Wisconsin is a nearly all-white school. Controversy started when a tweet was posted by Jules Suzdaltsev saying, “...

  • Usages of CBD Oil

    Usages of CBD Oil

    Rylee Greenwalt, Chieftain Editor

    November 19, 2018

    CBD is one of many compounds, known as cannabinoids, in the cannabis plant. Researchers have been looking at the possible therapeutic uses of CBD. CBD oils are oils that contain concentrations of CBD. The concentrations and the uses of these oils change daily. It has been asked if CBD is marijuana. CBD ...

Autism Prevalence Now 1 in 40 US Kids
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FFA Adventures Up to the Build Conference

November 18, 2018

FCCLA Regional Meeting

FCCLA Regional Meeting

November 9, 2018

Warm Feelings

Warm Feelings

November 9, 2018

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  • Striving for Victory

    The Conrad Allen tournament tipped off Saturday, December 8 and will end Saturday, December 15. On the first night, the Indians played Crab Orchard an...

  • 2018-19 Boys Basketball Preview

    The WCHS boys basketball season has just officially started, and the team is excited to finally play.  The team is getting a fresh start with an all ...

  • Let The Games Begin

    The Lady Indians have been gearing up for their first game of the 2018-2019 season.  Their season officially kicks off this Monday, November 12, when...

  • Save the Best for Last

    Senior volleyball players played their hearts out one last time on their home court. It was a bittersweet night for the senior girls, but they will a...

  • One Catch of a Coach

    Batter up! Coach Drew Millwood is back and better than ever before! This is his second year as the high school baseball coach here at Wayne City a...

  • New Seniors New Flames

    This new year brings many new things for students and staff. This year, Wayne City has gained four new high school teachers and several new students a...

  • Trouble in the Front Row

    On the morning of Tuesday, August 28, a verbal altercation took place in the student parking lot. A senior arrived at school around eight o’clock th...

  • Softball/Baseball Update

    Swinging for the fences, the Wayne City High School softball and baseball teams have started off their seasons!  Although the April showers canceled ...

  • The Name of The Game: With Hanah Cooper

    The Name of The Game: With Hanah Cooper

  • Chivalry Is Dead


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