Holiday Season

Staff Writer: Charley Snyder  Thanksgiving is one of the most recognizable and celebrated holidays in American history.  But how did this holiday come to be? And how has it lasted almost 400 years? Thanksgiving was first celebrated when the pilgrims from Great Britain arrived in the New World. Or at least that’s how we think […]

Woodstock defeats Northview first game of season

Staff writer: Alonna Wood Around WHS In case you missed it First quarter: Starting lineup: (14) Chris Carroll, (2) Dylan Hardeman, (5) Nathan Garner, (33) Bryce Clark, (3) Sid Mesumbe To start the game off Nathan Garner hits the first three leading the Wolverines (3-0) to start the game off, Sid Mesumbe is then fouled, […]

Big Name Injuries in the NFL 

staff writer: Carter Maczko  As we pass through the halfway point in the NFL season, we realize so many big-name players aren’t playing.  Watching their teams struggle and ruining so many fantasy leagues around the country. These popular players suffering from minor injuries to season ending injuries have made a huge impact on how this […]

The Great Gatsby

Section writer: Hannah Suh   After about a whole month of preparation, the Woodstock High School Drama department shared their wonderful talents with us on Nov. 9-11. They had four shows, one on Thursday, one on Friday and two on Saturday. In order to perfect these two shows, they practiced every single day for a […]

Still stumped on senior project?

Staff writer: Jordan Van Dyke Being a junior I am kind of curious about senior project already. Just kind of wanting to know the basics of it all. Or even if there is a few seniors out there who still have no idea what is going on with senior projects, I talked to Mrs. Snyder […]

Woodstock High School Becomes the Only High School in the County to be STEM Certified.

Staff Writer: Samuel Snyder On November 1st the Wolverine Nation accomplished a task they have been working on for years. Woodstock High got certified by the Georgia Department of Education to become a STEM high school.  This means a lot to the school and the faculty and staff because they have been working their tails […]

Pro-Bowlers Shift Pretenders into Contenders

Staff Writer: Ramon Elortondo  For the first time in it seems like forever, the NFL trade deadline had some action. The NFL decision makers acted like fantasy football owners. Blockbuster trades with the biggest names in football dealt to new teams looking to get a shot at the biggest game on national television February 4th in Minnesota. […]