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 […]

2 Arrested in Frightening School Shooting Threat

Staff writer: Carter Maczko Two 17-year old students were arrested late Monday afternoon after a tip was given to the Etowah High School cop about a possible school terrorist attack. The two suspects are Alfred Dupree and Victoria McCurley, are both being charged as adults and had a hearing on Tuesday, October 24. Where the judge ordered them both to be held without bond […]

‘Justice for Dawson’: Protest in Downtown Canton Continue Over Mentally Disabled Adolescent

Staff Writer: Ramon Elortondo  In Canton Georgia, family, friends and neighbors lined up the streets in downtown to protest and yell “Justice for Dawson!” outside the courthouse. They were there to speak against the month-long incarceration of a special needs teen.   Dawson Crowe, as told by his family is 18 years old, said to have an IQ of 52 and has a mental maturity that of a 10-year-old. Although […]

The Battle of Towne Lake Starts with Hate Week

Woodstock vs Etowah Rivalry  Woodstock High School and Etowah High school are about 1.8 miles away from each other in Towne Lake and the biggest rivals in Cherokee County. Since the beginning of both schools, the students have put tension between the them by talking down on the school, creating reasons to fight, and saying “We rule this Towne!” Competition to win isn’t always […]

Two Injured in Nearly Fatal Plane Crash

  Staff Writer: Carter Maczko A small plane being piloted by a student pilot, crashed around 5p.m. on Tuesday afternoon. The plane had a student pilot and instructor when the plane lost control and crashed near the runway in Ball Ground. The plane was about 200 feet off the ground when the plane lost power […]

Local Pets for Adoption

Staff Writer: Mina Schuler

Cheerios Says, “Goodbye Buzz!” While Bees Try to Stay Ahive.

Staff Writer: Olivia E. Bernal As of March 2017, Buzz the Bee has flown away from Cheerio boxes, and is possibly dead. Only an eerie white outline remains of the popular cereal icon. “Buzz is missing because there’s something serious going on with the world’s bees. Bee populations everywhere have been declining at an alarming […]

Local Pets for Adoption

A Day Without Friends, Families, and Colleagues

Staff Writer: Hannah Suh   On Thursday, February 16th, students, teachers, and workers were absent from their everyday lives. Many immigrants around the United States decided to skip school and work. Why you ask? They did this in order to show Trump how life would be like without them.   Over 42.4 million immigrants were […]

Giving Back For the Holidays

Staff Writer: Makayla Powell The holidays particularly are always a special time to reflect on how fortunate our lives are and how grateful we are to be able to have many of the opportunities and privileges we do. In the same way the holidays seem to magnify our gratitude for our lives, there are many […]