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Third Time’s a Charm: Hillary 2020

Isaac Loker

November 19, 2018

Filed under News

Hillary Rodham Clinton, former secretary of state and candidate for President of the United States of America, is expected by many to run for president again in 2020.  A former Clinton adviser Mark Penn wrote an op-ed saying...

CNN Sues Trump Admin for Revoking Press Pass

Shauna Roesch

November 19, 2018

Filed under News

Tuesday November 13, news media CNN sued President Trump’s Administration for revoking the networks chief White House correspondent, Jim Acosta’s White House press pass. The network claims the removal of this pass constitu...

Teachers Who Sexually Abuse Children Still Work In Classrooms

MaKenna Kelly

November 18, 2018

Filed under News

Students all over the country are complaining of teachers sexually harrassing them. In Orangefield County a high school football coach had complaints against him and he police did not notify the Texas education officials who c...

Show the Wings

Caitlyn Dickey

November 18, 2018

Filed under News, Showcase

Back in the spring of 2018, three women from Saline County had some big ideas for Harrisburg, Illinois. They wanted to paint some butterfly wings on brick walls in town. They thought it would be a good idea and attract some p...

Teacher Feature: Mrs. Ehrhart

Isaac Loker, Farmer

November 18, 2018

Filed under Community News, News

Jennifer Sue Ehrhart, the Ag teacher at Wayne City High School, grew up on a farm in Macedonia, IL, and went to school at Benton Consolidated High School. She spent her time as a kid riding three wheelers and horses and helping...

FFA Adventures Up to the Build Conference

Caitlyn Dickey

November 18, 2018

Filed under FFA, News, Showcase

On November 9, four Future Farmers of America (FFA) members left around 5:00 in the morning to head to Decatur, Illinois. They were going to the Build Conference for a session filled weekend. The Build Conference is a combination of the...

The California Crisis

The California Crisis

November 14, 2018

Grandma That Keeps Going

Caitlyn Dickey

November 2, 2018

Filed under News, Showcase

Sue Meyers knows just about everyone and just about everyone knows her. She was born June 29, 1948, and has lived in Wayne City most of her life. She has had many jobs doing all the dirty work that most guys do. What made her ...

Donna Greenwalt: The Woman Behind the Wayne City Save A Lot

Rylee Greenwalt, Chieftain Editor

October 31, 2018

Filed under News, Showcase

Living in a small town means everyone knows everyone and everything. Residents of Wayne City more than likely know all their neighbors and other people who drive throughout the town. Locals are known in the restaurants and te...

Rain On My Parade

Maggie Dickey

October 5, 2018

Filed under News

If you attended this year’s Bean Day parade, chances are you may have gotten a little wet.  However, that didn’t stop the citizens of Wayne City from coming out and enjoying the festivities.  It seems the old saying, “E...

Bean Days Rodeo

Caitlyn Dickey

October 5, 2018

Filed under News, Student Life

Every year at Bean Days, the Wayne City Saddle Club puts on a rodeo on Saturday night. This rodeo has been going on for 57 years now. Back in the day, it was a horse show behind what is now The Little Opry. The Bean Days rode...

Who Would You Choose

Isaac Loker

October 5, 2018

Filed under News

Who do you want to be your teacher? On Friday, five Wayne City High School students were asked “If they could pick anyone in the world to be their teacher, who would they pick and why?”  Jeremy Merritt answered “Donald Tr...

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