Raise teachers’ salary: Unfair compensation

By Halie Wingo Opinion Editor Teacher pay is currently way too low and extremely unfair for the things that they have to deal with on a daily basis. Teachers deserve a higher salary for the amount of work they do to educate the future generation of leaders and workers. They are some of the most... Continue Reading →

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Raising minimum wage will harm small businesses

By Brayden Lennart Staff Reporter During the 2016 United States presidential election, many politicians discussed raising the minimum wage, especially the famous Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders (D). He, as well as many other politicians, have discussed possibly raising the minimum wage for Americans, and many people in the United States believe that raising the minimum... Continue Reading →

PRO/CON: Abortion in the United States

Freedom of choice allows women’s right to abortion By Stephanie Lingenfelter Editor in Chief Another bill has hit the floor of the statehouse, this time about abortion. For the third year in a row, Rep. Curt Nisley proposed a bill that would cause a complete ban of abortion unless proven completely medically necessary. Anything else... Continue Reading →

WCHS should implement E-Learning days

By Whitney Black Entertainment Editor It’s another snowy day; the roads are slick and the windchill is well below zero. The superintendent calls a delay to avoid another added snow day, but that does not do much because in two more hours the weather will be the same. Although the school will have to make... Continue Reading →

PRO/CON: Gun legislation

Gun bills to protect citizens By Stephanie Lingenfelter Editor in Chief I am pro-gun control, but I’m not anti-gun. The polarization of the gun debate makes it seem like there are only two sides to the issue, but that’s not the case. Currently, a bill is being discussed in the Indiana Congress that would increase... Continue Reading →

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