KU athletic officials announced a “home-run” hire for their football program. Wabaunsee’s head football coach Jess Rutledge will lead the University of Kansas program into the future, the university announced on April 1.
The track team will travel to Lyndon tomorrow for their first meet of the season and the first meet since the 2019 season.
Question of the Week: What is the best April Fool’s prank you’ve ever seen?
Are you experiencing senioritis? What are your symptoms?
To celebrate opening day of the spring sports season, we go back to 1996 — the first year for Wabaunsee's baseball and softball teams.
Senior Jordan Magette signed her letter of intent to continue her academic and softball career at Barton Community College last Friday. Many of Magette’s previous softball coaches attended the signing via a Zoom call.
High school baseball and softball are back after no season last year due to COVID-19. Both teams will play tonight at home against Onaga.
Senioritis is a term you’ve probably heard thrown around in the halls of the high school every year. For anyone who is yet to experience their senior year, and coming from someone who’s in the midst of it, let me tell you now; it’s real. And in true senioritis fashion, I’m writing this article literally an hour before it’s due.
Student journalists in the mid '70s faced some of the same issues journalists today faced, although their struggles with technology are definitely different.
Parents and community members have a chance to learn more about predators and dangers facing their children in a presentation Friday evening.
The Wabaunsee Sheriff's office is sponsoring a presentation about those who exploit social media and information technology to victimize children. The program, Protecting Our Children: A Town Hall on Sexting, Sextortion, and Bullying, is a 7 p.m. Friday in the WHS auditorium.
The discussion will be lead by experts from the FBI Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation Task Force and the LifeHouse Child Advocacy Center.