New Library Promises to Appeal to Teens

Betty Newcomb, Reporter

February 22, 2019

Things are changing in the town of Sedro-Woolley-hopefully for the better. The Sedro-Woolley Central Library is getting a new building to replace the older one on State street. The original structure was built in the 1970’s...

Parking Lot of Horrors

Parking Lot of Horrors

February 22, 2019

Living As A Person Of Color In America

Troy Peterson, Reporter

February 22, 2019

Although our nation has come far from segregation, people still experience classification and discrimination. “I was in a store and the employees were staring at me like I was doing something wrong,” said Cristina Camacho. Even...

Music and The Brain

Diego Bueno, Reporter

February 22, 2019

As you plug in your ear buds and play your favorite play list you may start to notice something. Your head starts bobbing, you start tapping your feet, and you mouth the lyrics. Depending on what you’re listening to you can...

Allen Hurns injured during football game against Seattle Seahawks

Alex Vega, Reporter

February 14, 2019

On January 5th 2019, the Dallas Cowboys faced the Seattle Seahawks for the wildcard game. The Dallas Cowboys took the win with a score of (24-22) which they will now go to Los Angeles to face the Rams. They managed to stop the ...

Suicide: How to Notice and be Safe

Courtesy of SWHS Counselor Kari Hollands

November 14, 2018

The text came through just as I was falling asleep.  John’s text read, “Its time.”  I text back, “Time for what?” not understanding.  John says, “I just can’t do this anymore.”  I sit up in bed, my heart i...

The Woolley Market Takes on New Owners

Shayleanne Ferguson, Reporter

November 14, 2018

The Woolley Market is a centerpiece in Sedro-Woolley. Everyone knows about it and has most likely been there before once or twice, but not everyone knows what is going on business-wise. The Woolley Market has recently sold the stor...

Fidalgo Shoreline Academy

Madisun Tobisch, Co-Chief

November 14, 2018

Washington State is an undoubtable hub for environmental activity, home of towering Evergreens, vast beaches, southern rolling desert hills, and the mighty Cascade Mountains that call Sedro-Woolley home. Many admire the beauty of...

Finding a Fix for the Homeless Crisis

Madison Justice, Reporter

November 14, 2018

Homeless people can be found out on the streets walking around, or sleeping in cars, on benches, or setting up a tent in the grass in most communities. They stand on a corner and hold a sign asking for money or food, saying anythi...

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