Four Different Things You Can Do for Halloween

Staff Writer: Emily Hammond The variety of different Halloween activities is nearly endless. Some people like to trick or treat, while some like to stay at home to watch scary movies, go to haunted houses, or go to parties. The activities done on Halloween are often picked based on preference. Some people prefer staying at […]

The History of Halloween

Staff Writer: Maya Walstead  Halloween is a pretty well known holiday. According to from article “Top ten biggest holidays around the world,” Halloween is number 9 as the most celebrated.   Halloween is celebrated because of the candy, costumes, trick or treating, and haunted houses. One of my friends, Kayden Helton, always says, “This time […]

Downtown Woodstock Experiences a Scarecrow Invasion 

Staff Writer: Danika Audrey Beaton  In Downtown Woodstock, a scarecrow invasion occurs every year during the month of October. It starts on October 1st and ends on October 31st. Several businesses set up a scarecrow to represent their business each year. People can vote for their favorite scarecrow at the visitors center in Downtown Woodstock […]

Relive Stranger Things Like Never Before

Staff Writer: Emily Hammond Many people want to experience what it was like to live in the 1980s. The fashion, music, people, malls, dialect. For “Stranger Things” fans and anyone else interested, this wish is coming true. A new interactive experience is opening in Atlanta, Georgia for the first time this October. Many devoted “Stranger […]

Everything to Know About College Tours and Admissions 

Staff Writer: Danika Audrey Beaton  College tours are a huge part in helping decide the next steps a person takes in life after high school. It is important to have some knowledge about what colleges require from an individual to attend their school. It is also helpful to determine some questions you want to ask a college […]

Goodbye isn’t Forever

Staff Writer: Gia Gunderman When you think of Downtown Woodstock, what is the first store attraction that you think of? With the answer in your head, did it happen to be a little place called “The Wright Stuff”? If not, that’s understandable and many people don’t even know where or what that store is. However, […]

Wall Breaking Designer Virgil Abloh Dead at 41

Staff Writer: Mitchell Dokos Virgil Abloh September 30, 1980 – November 28, 2021 Virgil Abloh, the highly influential designer, died at 41 on November 28. He was fighting a rare and aggressive form of cancer, cardiac angiosarcoma. For nearly two years he fought this battle in private while still running many of his institutions of […]

Atlanta Serial Killer: Revelations and Rumors

Staff Writer: Angelo Colon-Moreno  On social media, word spreads like wildfire. Rumors spread just as much. The recent accusations of a serial killer in Georgia’s own Atlanta lends to this truth.  On July 28, in Piedmont Park, a woman was found brutally murdered beside her dog, a gruesome sight indeed. Authorities were eager to find her killer.   Curiously, on the same date, another victim was found dead in Yellow River Park. […]

Woodstock Events are Back!

Staff Writer: Taylor Clifton   Thankfully, there are many events happening in and around Woodstock this year! Due to Covid protocols, there was not that many events to go to in 2020!   Well, this year they are opening your mind to many and new exciting events! Here is a look at a few of those events…  In Downtown Woodstock, on Sept. 9, Electric Avenue is playing […]

Scarecrow Towne

Staff Writer: Hannah Stickle Downtown Woodstock (DTW) has turned into scarecrow town for the month of October! All the stores in the area have created a scarecrow to represent their store. Visitors come and vote on which scarecrow they think is the best. This is one thing you can do with you in your family […]