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A lot of people dont know who I am, or what my story is and I think its important that people share who they are, senior Noah Hensley said.

A student today, teacher tomorrow

Dani Reitz, Voice Editor October 24, 2018

For senior Noah Hensley, the journey of self-discovery has not been an easy path. Despite facing many obstacles throughout his 17 years of life, Hensley continues to remain open-minded, as well as a person...

Themes throughout the week will be Merica Monday, country vs. country club Tuesday,  out of this world Wednesday, and mathletes and athletes Thursday.

Challenging hunger

Kate Kealey, Editor in Chief October 16, 2018

West’s Student Senate finishes up the third week of the Student Hunger Drive. Each week until the drive is over, Student Senate will host a different challenge and goal to meet all to raise money and...

The West varsity football game against Clinton was cut short when head football coach, Justin Peters, called the game in the fourth quarter.

Friday night fights

Tori Dierikx, Reporter September 6, 2018

Football is a heavy contact sport, but sometimes that contact can go too far. On Friday, Aug. 31, the Falcon football team got a first hand glimpse at what “too far” means when they versed the Clinton...

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