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Articles from the May 23, 2018 edition

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 By STAFF REPORT    News    May 23, 2018

Whitehall Class of 2018 graduates Sunday

A total of 25 Whitehall High School seniors will graduate in a ceremony scheduled to take place Sunday, May 27 at 2 p.m. in the Varsity Gym. The members of the class of 2018 are Wyatt Scott Alexander, Jakob Earl Belgarde, Lexis Rhiannon Bowman, Zoe...

 By Jack H. Smith    News    May 23, 2018

Top in Class: Murphy reflects on high school career

Whitehall High School senior Ryan Murphy can vividly remember his first day of Kindergarten in the fall of 2005. As he entered his classroom, Murphy would not let go of his mother Jill's leg, and...


Cardwell 100th Anniversary: A big party for the entire community

With the Cardwell School 100th Anniversary Celebration a little over two months away, event organizers want to spread the word that the August 4 event will be a big party for the whole community. Arcylle Shaw said no one is excluded from the event,...

 By STAFF REPORT    Community    May 23, 2018

Ostler receives scholarship

2018 Whitehall High School senior Kyeli Ostler was recently awarded the Whitehall American Legion Post #4603 Dennis Smith Memorial Scholarship. Post member Roger Steerman informed Ostler with the...

 By Jack H. Smith    Sports    May 23, 2018

Trojans headed to state meet

The Whitehall High School Track team will have a total of 11 student athletes competing at this week's State Track Meet in Laurel. Stephanie Strong (discus), Alexys Mercer (shot put), Asha Noyes (long jump), Max Feight (110 and 300 hurdles, 4x400 rel...


"Lights On" an inspiring production of Liberty Place

"To encourage individuals with brain injuries to reach their highest level of independence and to enhance the quality of their lives by giving them the 'Freedom To Try!' is the Mission Statement of...

 By Jack H. Smith    Opinion    May 23, 2018

COLUMN: Stuck in the mud

I'm pretty sure that it could be 100 degrees outside for a straight week and I could still find a way to come inside with mud on my shoes and various part of my clothing. I'm not sure why, but I always find a way to dirty up the bottom of my shoes...


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