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How would you spend twenty dollars?

Emma Day, Marketing Director

October 10, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Showcase

Imagine you are walking outside and someone hands you twenty dollars. They do not give you any explanation but enforce that you keep it. What would you do with that twenty dollars? There are some many options to spend money on in this day in age but what is most important?    ...

Moving on: Tyler Finley

Moving on: Tyler Finley

Emma Day, Social Media Manager

May 29, 2018


Filed under Features, Moving on, Profiles

Q: What is your most memorable part of being at West? A: I have too many great memories to choose just one, but all of them include watching my students be successful in and out of the music classroom!   Q: How many years have you worked at West and what all have you taught? A: I have...

Retiree: Mark Bigler

Retiree: Mark Bigler

Emma Day, Social Media Manager

May 25, 2018


Filed under Features, Profiles, Retiree

Q: How long have you been teaching at West and in general?   A: Fourteen years at West and 41 years of teaching.  Head basketball coaching for 37 years and head track coaching for five years.  I was an assistant track coach for 15 years and also coached baseball and softball.   Q: What a...

Successful money making apps, websites

Successful money making apps, websites

Emma Day, Social Media Manager

April 30, 2018


Filed under News

Who would have guessed that you could make money by taking quizzes, turning your phone off during class, or by shopping? Pocket money is a nice thing to have at any age, so you can do the things that you enjoy. There are some legit websites and apps that give people money by doing simple tasks. Here are...

Senior Spotlight: Mary Baril

Senior Spotlight: Mary Baril

Emma Day, Social Media Manager

April 13, 2018


Filed under Features

1. How does it feel to be a senior? Being a senior is one of the greatest feelings but also one of the saddest feelings. It’s a great feeling because that means I get to start the next chapter in life, but I’m also sad to be a senior because that means I part different ways with my friends....

Just a friendly reminder: Grown men hitting on underaged girls is not okay

Just a friendly reminder: Grown men hitting on underaged girls is not okay

Emma Day, Social Media Manager

April 10, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Sunday nights at the gas station where I work are filled with long hours that seemingly drag on like a drama in a soap opera. In between the very few customers, I like to ogle the food we have on display, wipe down an already sparkling counter or recount the money in the drawer— literally anything—to...

Preview of “Oklahoma!”

Preview of “Oklahoma!”

Emma Day, Social Media Manager

April 7, 2018


Filed under News

Every year the West Falcon Theatre puts on both a play and a musical and this year it is "Oklahoma!". The musical is set in Western Indian Territory just after the turn of the 20th Century. There is a rivalry between the local farmers and cowboys, which delivers the backdrop for the love story between...

Women of West: Kassie Remley

Women of West: Kassie Remley

Emma Day, Social Media Manager

March 29, 2018


Filed under Features

“In my four years at West, it has taught me that you will always meet new people, teachers are always willing to help you, and there are so many opportunities that you will discover everyday at school.” - senior Kassie Remley

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