Get ready for Spirit Week!

September 30, 2011 • Tanner Muhlestein, Arts and Entertainment Editor  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Sometimes in our lives, we have the special realization that we are part of something special.  You may or may not know that this week is spirit week, but it is and any one with even an ounce of school spirit will get involved.   Monday- Pajama Day!!  It is very rare that the school actually sanctions... Read more »

Undie Run

September 30, 2011 • Kaestle Charlesworth, Opinion Writer  
Filed under Opinion

Before homecoming, I was eating dinner downtown in Salt Lake at Cannella’s. Our table was located next to the window with a breathtaking view of the cathedral across the street. I spent a lot of time looking across the road while we ate. But as it got later, my attention was drawn from the historic... Read more »

New Age Entertainment for Teens

September 30, 2011 • David Giles, Arts and Entertainment Writer  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment

When I become a parent I will ask what my teens are doing for fun. That becomes the story. What are teens doing for fun these days?  There is a wide variety of entertainment around these days. Some examples include, movies, dating, sports, and music. Every teen likes to do one or more of these things. Movies... Read more »

Football: Chase for Region Six Title

Football: Chase for Region Six Title

September 29, 2011 • Trent Madsen, Sports Editor  
Filed under Activities and Athletics

Half way through the season and the Cats are in the hunt for the region championship. The cats have been in every game this season, winning some thrillers, but losing in some heartbreakers. With a 3-3 record, with a 1-1 record in region Woods Cross faces an in-state top 25 team on Friday. After a dominant... Read more »

Exciting Homecoming Game

September 28, 2011 • Nate Vaughn, Sports Writer  
Filed under Activities and Athletics

The spotlights were on, and the fans were cheering far into the night as the WX homecoming game came to a close of 42-20 win. The night was full of excitement for both sides as the night went along. With amazing touchdowns and plays, the team worked together to pull off another victory in their season.... Read more »

Pump it up with Pep Band

September 28, 2011 • David Giles, Arts and Entertainment Writer  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment

What is all that noise? HA! What noise? That’s the Woods Cross High Band helping the students cheer on the team.  Football games are a fun and exciting way for the musicians to play for the school. “Pep band was a great way for me to get involved in the activities here at school. “ -Paulina B.... Read more »

Contagion, Myth or Possibility

Contagion, Myth or Possibility

September 27, 2011 • Tanner Muhlestein, Arts and Entertainment Editor  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment

On September 9, 2011, a new kind of scary rolled through the United States.  Contagion, a high octane drama about an uncontrollable flu virus that is claiming lives left and right.  Contagion has already grossed 57.53 million dollars and is still running.  The movie has stars like Matt Damon and... Read more »

We Are One

September 26, 2011 • Kaestle Charlesworth, Sports Writer  
Filed under Activities and Athletics

u·ni·ty Absence of diversity; unvaried or uniform character. The state of being one; oneness A whole or totality as combining all its parts in one. The state or fact of being united or combined into one, as of the parts of a whole; unification. Oneness of mind, feeling, etc., as among a number of... Read more »

Cats Team to Beat, After Bumpy Start

Cats Team to Beat, After Bumpy Start

September 26, 2011 • Nicole Pemberton, Shelby Christensen, Sports Writers  
Filed under Activities and Athletics

A ball flies through the air, over the keeper’s outstretched arms and is absorbed into the back of the net. The black teams heads hung low, they were unaware that wouldn’t be the last goal of the game. The team in blue ran together to surround and hug one of their youngest players.  Kyra Fawcett,... Read more »

Lunch: Get the best for your buck.

September 26, 2011 • Lauren McMullin, Opinion Editor  
Filed under Opinion

As soon as the lunch bell rings at 12:10, students pile into the backseats of their cars and spin off into various locations to hunt for the cheapest places to eat.  Some of the more popular places to eat include Blimpie, Joy Luck, Spanky’s, Costa Vida, Keva Juice, Einstein Bagels, and Wendy’s. ... Read more »

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