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Junior Kali Fichtl introduces the virtual play, The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon. The two hour video can be found on the theatre
Theatre department showcases virtual play
Edison Geiler, MWHS Wildcat News Editor-in-Chief • May 14, 2020

Members of the Drama department gathered on a Zoom call to view their spring production – by Don Zolidis – on April 30th. Instead of a live performance or table-read, the troupe opted for an edited video with all of the actors’...

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In January, Millard Public Schools board members voted unanimously to include a $125 million bond issue on the May 12th primary ballot. The bond money would be used to renovate and update the district
Millard will put a bond issue on this month’s ballot
Tenley Wright, Chief Photographer • May 9, 2020

In January, Millard Public Schools board members voted unanimously to include a $125 million bond issue on the May 12th primary ballot.   The bond money would be used to renovate and update the district's 38 buildings, with emphasis...

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On May 5, demolition began in the newly emptied library, the construction company is working towards finishing everything up by late July.
Changes to come
Dana Summers, Staff Reporter • May 9, 2020

While returning to school in the fall is full of uncertainties, one thing that both students and staff can look forward to is seeing the library after its renovation in the summer. The space will be getting a fresh look with new...

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Nebraska Wesleyan is the first school in Nebraska to have a test free option when you apply. Due to the pandemic, the University of Nebraska is not requiring test scores but if students have scores they can use it for scholarship money.
College prep books are no longer needed
Haden Batchelder, Staff Reporter • May 8, 2020

In recent months, schools all over America have shut down due to the new pandemic. This has caused classes to be online, state testing to be canceled, and more importantly, high school juniors are not able to take the ACTs or SATs...

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Photo of all the teachers retiring from Millard West in 2020. Top from left to right Jim Mercer, Candida Kraska, Bonnie LaMay. Bottom from left to right Stacy Longacre, Kerri Fusselman, Steve Besch.
Retiring Millard West staff
Connor Robb, Staff Reporter • May 7, 2020

Due to worldwide circumstances, the retiring teachers of the 2020 school year don’t get to finish off their final year in person. They have given many years to the school and education system working hard to provide students with...

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Social studies teacher Tim Royers has known since the beginning of his teaching career he wanted to make a difference in the education system. He will have a chance to do so as he runs for the state legislature in the 2020 election.
Taking matters into your own hands
Miguel Paredes Reyes, Assistant Sports Director • May 14, 2020

With election day right around the corner, people are voicing their opinions on what they want to change in their country and state. As citizens, that is really all we can do, try to make our voices loud...

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Major League Baseball due for a hit in regular season scheduling
NFL Draft goes on virtually

NFL Draft goes on virtually

May 11, 2020

An unexpected goodbye

An unexpected goodbye

May 7, 2020

The future of high school sports

The future of high school sports

April 19, 2020

eSports leading the way for national entertainment

eSports leading the way for national entertainment

April 17, 2020

Golfing through a pandemic

Golfing through a pandemic

April 16, 2020

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