Reality Television has become hard to watch

Madeline Marshall, Staff writer

February 26, 2014
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For many, watching reality television is a guilty pleasure which has become a huge part of our culture. Shows such as “The Bachelor” and “Keeping up with the Kardashians”, among other reality tv shows... Read more »

Cell phones and social media sites negatively affect communication skills

Jack Free, Journalism 1

January 30, 2014
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The technology developed in the past decade has been life-changing. While much of the technology provides convenience is it hurting consumers in the process. Cell phones and texting in today’s world are playing a huge role in... Read more »

Fun things to do over the break

December 17, 2013
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Winter break is almost here.  That means snowy weather, hot chocolate and sleeping in. For most of us we are trying to find some warmth, some of us end up staying home enjoying time with our families during the holidays. Some... Read more »

Teacher uses adversity to prepare students for life

Madison Staten, Staff writer

November 13, 2013
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Let’s set the scene: Multiple classes of grade school children spend time, resources, and love putting together pumpkin displays at both Three Rivers Charter and Bolton Primary School this past October. Flash forward to Oct.... Read more »

Christmas and Black Friday ads start way too early

Madeline Marshall, Staff writer

November 12, 2013
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It’s been less than two weeks since Halloween has passed and Thanksgiving is still 2 weeks away and we are already being bombarded with Black Friday and Christmas ads. When you walk into a store such as Fred Meyer or Target,... Read more »

Are WLHS students too old to trick-or-treat?

Madeline Marshall, The People editor

October 29, 2013
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Every year millions of children around the country dress up in costumes and walk around the neighborhoods of America to trick-or-treat and receive free candy. The question arises: are high school students too old to trick-or-treat? “I... Read more »

Colleges Demand Extra Circular Activity

Kyle Cannelos

October 28, 2013
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  Oregon colleges, and colleges across the nation are looking at test scores, an individual’s academic curriculum and an insight resume. But, college acceptance rates are also decreasing according to the New York Times... Read more »