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Inauguration Day

Inauguration Day

Cameron Wolff, Reporter

November 8th, 2016: America’s eyes are glued to household television sets, shifting through rapidly updating smartphones, and scanning Internet news sites. States change color...  Read More »

Jan 20 • No Comments

Iowa’s New Governor

Iowa’s New Governor

Ethan Adato, Reporter

Iowa Governor Terry Branstad has been appointed to be the new ambassador to China. Branstad is well suited for the position considering he has met with Chinese officials several...  Read More »

Jan 4 • No Comments

Breakthrough Energy Ventures

Breakthrough Energy Ventures

Ethan Adato, Reporter

The world’s richest man is Bill Gates. Gates co-founded Microsoft in 1975 and has found incredible success. Now, he is a billionaire and a philanthropist. Gates along w...  Read More »

Dec 15 • No Comments

Dec. 7th – A Day That Will Live In Infamy

Dec. 7th – A Day That Will Live In Infamy

Ethan Adato, Reporter

December 7th, 1941. It is a warm Sunday morning. American sailors are mostly lying around in a drunken sleep after a Saturday night of shore leave and partying. Around 8 am...  Read More »

Dec 7 • No Comments

$443,000 Won in Scholarships at Thespian Festival

$443,000 Won in Scholarships at Thespian Festival

Ana Hernandez, Reporter

Waukee theatre students spend hours perusing the embodiment of a character, organizing schedules, or perfecting the smallest details of a show. Many of them pour their hearts ...  Read More »

Dec 1 • No Comments

Castro: Revolutionary or Dictator?

Castro: Revolutionary or Dictator?

Ethan Adato, Reporter

Some see him as a brutal dictator, others see him as a heroic revolutionary. No matter how you view him, it’s an undeniable fact that Fidel Castro played a massive role in...  Read More »

Nov 28 • No Comments

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Heart of Art

Heart of Art

Dana Aguilar, Reporter

“To be an artist is to believe in life,” stated sculpture artist Henry Moore. This has been acknowledged universally throughout history. Frida Kahlo, Vincent Van Gogh and Pica...  Read More »

Jan 17

Perfectionism: The Trek Toward the Top

Perfectionism: The Trek Toward the Top

Grace Culbertson, Reporter

In life, there are mountains. These prominent, colossal peaks are of all different shapes and sizes, and each one is an opportunity. No mountain is of the same height or diffic...  Read More »

Jan 4

A Different Kind of ‘State’ Title

A Different Kind of ‘State’ Title

Averi Baudler, Reporter

During the first few months of each year, a stroll down the high school choir wing before and after class would be full of singers with nervous expressions on their faces and water bottles and pencils gripped...  Read More »

Jan 3

‘Wauk’ the Halls

‘Wauk’ the Halls

Averi Baudler, Reporter

Question: “What is one Holiday tradition that you do with your family or friends?”   Seniors Odessa Neeley “We have a bunch of icicle ornaments that we have to ...  Read More »

Dec 25

Holidays Around the World

Holidays Around the World

Mati Bodwell, Reporter

With the holidays coming around, there are many traditions when it comes to different countries and religions around the world. Whether it’s Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or...  Read More »

Dec 24

Hungry for Hurts Donut

Hungry for Hurts Donut

Cameron Wolff, Reporter

The sweet aroma of sugary dough being rolled into perfect gourmet donuts is the second thing that greets you upon entering Hurts Donut. The first thing you’ll notice? The...  Read More »

Dec 22

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A Farewell and A Hello

A Farewell and A Hello

Amelia Roberts, Reporter

The Waukee volleyball team has experienced years of success and growth under varsity head coach Steven Baas. During his time at the school he lead the team to many victor...  Read More »

Jan 4

Waukee Wrestling Team Takes the Silver

Waukee Wrestling Team Takes the Silver

Damion Wallace, Reporter

Click here for a Highlight video of the Waukee Wrestling team in Parkhill! On Saturday, December 3rd, The Waukee Wrestling team went to an out of state tournament in Kansas ...  Read More »

Dec 16

Carlie Littlefield Scores 1,000 Points

Carlie Littlefield Scores 1,000 Points

Averi Baudler, Reporter

On Tuesday night, during the girls basketball game against the East Scarlets, senior Carlie Littlefield dribbled down the floor on a fast break and easily swished a pull...  Read More »

Dec 8

For the Win

For the Win

Rashed Alsharqi, Reporter

Huddled in a group, hands shaking, whispers all around them, The Waukee Competitive Cheer Team holds their breaths awaiting the results. Tensions rise as every team waits for a ...  Read More »

Nov 11

Waukee Fall Traditions

Waukee Fall Traditions

Miranda Boyle and Megan Groathouse

Waukee Athletics excels continually over the years and succeeds consistently, and this 2016 fall sports season proves to be no different. Waukee athletes put in hours of hard...  Read More »

Nov 1

Powderpuff Girls

Powderpuff Girls

Lily Campbell and Gaby Shepard

Girls on the field warm up for the big game. Bright, hot lights shine down, creating beads of sweat on the players’ necks. Huddling together, they fire up for the big game. ...  Read More »

Sep 26

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Recent Sports Scores

  • Tuesday, January 17

    Girls Basketball

    Waukee 83 - Johnston 76

  • Tuesday, January 17

    Boys Basketball

    Waukee 64 - Johnston 57

  • Friday, January 13

    Boys Basketball

    Waukee 52 - Ankeny Centennial 49

  • Friday, January 13

    Girls Basketball

    Waukee 45 - Ankeny Centennial 47

  • Tuesday, January 10

    Girls Basketball

    Waukee 51 - Roosevelt 40

10 Things Turning 10 in 2017

10 Things Turning 10 in 2017

Grace Culbertson, Reporter

The Smartphone was Born   One of the most well-known products of 2007 is undoubtedly the iPhone. While the technology looked nowhere near to how it does curren...  Read More »

Jan 23

Lions, Tigers, and Bears…Oh Why?

December 20, 2016

Oil Isn’t For Drinking

December 9, 2016

Doom, Gloom, and Climate Change

November 28, 2016

Christmas Season: The Sooner the Merrier?

November 10, 2016

Anime: Why it Deserves a Second Look

November 7, 2016

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Cameron Wolff’s Top Ten Movies of 2016

Cameron Wolff’s Top Ten Movies of 2016

Cameron Wolff, Reporter

With the tumultuous events in the United States, from a divisive presidential election to issues of gun violence and discrimination, this year presented a challenge to Americ...  Read More »

Jan 8 • No Comments

Star Wars: Rogue One Movie Review

December 20, 2016

Manchester by the Sea Review

December 20, 2016

Atlanta Season One Review

December 15, 2016

MUSIC WITH DEEZAM

December 14, 2016

Moonlight

November 21, 2016

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Damion and Andrew Play with Pets!

Damion and Andrew Play with Pets!

Andrew Tobey and Damion Wallace

Dec 20

Averi Baudler Talks with Sheldon Fox

Averi Baudler Talks with Sheldon Fox

December 12, 2016

Thanksgiving Go-To Recipes with Powell Hauber

Thanksgiving Go-To Recipes with Powell Hauber

November 16, 2016

Senior Class Photo

Senior Class Photo

September 23, 2016

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Averi Baudler Talks with Sheldon Fox

Thanksgiving Go-To Recipes with Powell Hauber

Waukee’s First Assembly of the Year

Holiday Greetings from A Cappella

PROM 2k15

How Well Do You Know UR Bae?

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Waukee High School ● Online Newspaper
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