CBD Oil: Is it harmful or helpful for medical purposes?

By Alyssa Daniels Sports Editor On March 21, 2018, Cannabidiol (CBD oil) became legal in the state of Indiana. CBD oil is not like marijuana; it is derived directly from the hemp plant, which is the cousin of the marijuana plant, according to Harvard Health Publishing. The oil does not give you the “high” that... Continue Reading →


TV Show Review: Ted Bundy Tapes

By Halie Wingo Opinion Editor “Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes” is an amazing show about the serial killer Ted Bundy. A reporter went to the prison he was in to write a book based on the conversations. This show was so well done and it made you really think about what it... Continue Reading →

Album review: Thank U, Next

By Alyssa Daniels Sports Editor Ariana Grande dropped a new album “Thank U, Next” on Feb. 8. This album is to reflect how much she has been through in the past two years. She released the song “Thank U, Next” six months before the album and it was number one on the Billboard 100. I... Continue Reading →

Sears and Croy spearhead WCHS athletics

By Emma Gibson Staff Reporter Many students in Whiteland Community High School participate in sports, but they may not know who puts everything together as well as who ensures everything is provided for the athletic events. The face of Athletics is Director Ken Sears, who has been working in the Clark Pleasant School Corporation for... Continue Reading →

Video game Review: APEX Legends

By Brayden Lennart Staff Reporter Respawn Entertainment’s “Apex Legends” is a free-to-play battle royale game published by Electronic Arts. The game is based in the same universe as Respawn’s other hit title “Titanfall” and features many similar gameplay features. “Apex Legends” is nearly a masterpiece, and definitely a fresh face in the popular world of... Continue Reading →

Nurses benefit student health

By Emma Gibson Staff Reporter As school nurses, Jennifer Caldwell and Leslie Douglass take care of students every day. They make sure that students have what they need, when they need it. Nurse Jennifer Caldwell explained what she does everyday as a nurse, and what her job entails. “My job includes the following duties: overseeing... Continue Reading →

Movie review: How to Train Your Dragon 3

By Abby Allen Managing Editor “How to Train Your Dragon Three: The Hidden World,” came out on Feb. 22 and blew me away. Berk became a target to dragon hunters. While Berk tries to relocate to the Hidden World, the safe haven for all dragons, Toothless meets another Night Fury and immediately bonds with her.... 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 →

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