WHS students and staff love scary movies. We asked a few of them to share their favorite horror experiences and recommend some of their favorites.
There are a lot of mixed opinions in the community about the upcoming bond election. But among students and staff, most agree that the current state of the buildings is unacceptable.
While there are a few days left in October, make some popcorn, get some blankets, turn all the lights off and snuggle up for the scariest movie you can find.
There are many WHS graduates who are doing great things. This week we highlight three college athletes from the class of 2022: Cade Oliver (Washburn), Kara Hafenstine (Ottawa) and Lauren Schutter (Michigan State).
Parent Shelly Grutsch told students they have a bright future during an address to National Honor Society inductees at a ceremony Monday night.
After two years of intramural WHS chess tournaments, WHS chess wizards finally had the chance to compete last week at Washburn Rural.
The USD 329 school board discussed several issues related to the upcoming bond vote at its October 10 meeting in Maple Hill.