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Parents pay fortunes to illegally alter children’s qualifications of college acceptance

Ian Flynn, staff writer

March 15, 2019

Filed under Current Events

On March 12th, the US Department of Justice released a report that they are indicting 50 people for racketeering. The department reports that 50 thousand and upwards of 3.2 million dollars were transferred to various coaches ...

Manny Machado contract

Cameron Forsberg, Staff Writer

February 22, 2019

Filed under Current Events, Opinions

This week Manny Machado signed the biggest free agent contract by any player in United States Sports history and second biggest contract ever signed in the MLB.  Machado and the San Diego Padres agreed to a 10-year, 300 millio...

“Snowmageddon”

Cameron Forsberg, Staff Writer

February 15, 2019

Filed under Current Events, Student Life

As Monday February 11th rolled around Wilsonville High School students rolled out of bed not only disappointed, but also behind.   Many students expected to not have to go to school this week because of the apparent “Snowm...

Recent thefts in Wilsonville community shock residents

Alaina Bekebrede, Opinion section editor

December 6, 2018

Filed under Current Events, News

A crime wave has recently surfed over the city of Wilsonville over the last couple of months and has surged as the holiday season comes into full force. Anywhere from stolen Amazon packages, car thefts, and home break ins have...

Why the youth vote in the midterms matters

Aly Johnston, Editor-in-Chief

November 5, 2018

Filed under Current Events, News, Student Life

Young adults and voting: you’ve seen the numbers, you’ve heard the statistics, you know the situation. 18-29-year-olds don’t go to the polls nearly as much as they should. Only 50% of the nation’s eligible young peopl...

Caravan from Central America meeting opposition from U.S officials

Alaina Bekebrede, Opinion section editor

November 2, 2018

Filed under Current Events, Opinions

Many migrants are fearing for their lives as thousands approach the border between Mexico and United States. In a recent statement, President Trump claimed that if migrants, mostly from Honduras and Guatemala, advance any clos...

Decision day

Decision day

May 2, 2018

Austin Texas bombings

Aly Johnston, Writer

March 23, 2018

Filed under Current Events, News

On March 2, the first bomb of many would go off in Austin, Texas.The explosion killed a 39 year old male after a device exploded on his front porch, Fox  News reports. Only ten days later, there was another explosion reported, this...

“Worse than Watergate” – Nunes memo released

Aly Johnston, Writer

February 9, 2018

Filed under Current Events, News

On February 2nd. House Republicans released a memo that numerous GOP members called “worse than Watergate”. The document was meant to draw attention to the fact that FBI warrants on Carter Page, a former Trump advisor. The wa...

Stirring the pot in the Middle East

Aly Johnston, Writer

December 8, 2017

Filed under Current Events, News

The Middle East has long been an area of tension and unrest, and that tension spills around the world. On Wednesday morning, the United States decided to stir the pot. On December 6th, President Donald Trump announced that the US wo...

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