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Woodrows New Paw Patrol

Woodrow’s New Paw Patrol

Morgan Robinson and Serenity Williams, Writers November 18, 2022
Did you know that service dogs are actually not to be kept as pets? They are kept as companions and working partners by more than 80 million U.S citizens. The most common breeds for dog service are German Shepherds, Labs, and Golden Retrievers. The definition of a service dog is that they are to be trained and help people that have disabilities.
Union soldier Larkin Goldsmith Mead holds a Thanksgiving turkey at Camp Griffin, Virginia,
c. 1861.

Giving Thanks in The Mountain State

Mason Hammond, Writer November 16, 2022

Thanksgiving is the holiday of giving thanks to others and eating until you can’t move and eventually fall into a food coma. In modern day, Thanksgiving is a time-honored tradition and holiday across...

An abandon fair in one of the ghost towns of West Virginia

West Virginia’s Spine Chilling History

Mason Hammond, Writer October 21, 2022

Many people in West Virginia have visited or at least heard of places like Fright Night, Fear on the Farm, and Miller's Nightmare Haunted Farm. These places are popular "haunted" attractions, but have...

Fellowship of Christian Athletes is just one of many cubs at WWHS to get students involved.

Extraordinary Extracurriculars!

Emma Mitchem, Writer October 17, 2022

With the beginning of the school year coming to an end, there are many opportunities opening up for students to branch out and try new things. It's easy to feel invisible and overwhelmed in a school as...

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