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Grachek starts making his crepes at the Dandelion pop-up on 13th and Howard. Downtown gets busy during brunch. Last weekend in one day we sold about 60 crepes. I don’t know what Millard Days will look like. It’s sort of like fair food and we have competition with basic fried food.

A nice distraction from school

Jacob Hargens, Staff Reporter
September 3, 2021
Mike Spinharney, a Vietnam War veteran, visits Honors English 10 students, via zoom, to share his experiences during his time serving. “My favorite story he told was when he said there were hippy-like people not letting him through the gate when he returned home from Vietnam,” sophomore Kyle Lorimer said. “So he swung his duffle-bag around like a baseball bat and knocked them over.”

A remembrance of war

Alexis Bahensky, Cartoonist
December 22, 2020
English teacher Michael Catron recently received the Claes Nobel Educator Distinction Award. Nominated by senior Himanshu Gandhi, Catron teaches AP Language and Composition, AP Literature and Composition, Creative Writing and English 11.

English teacher Michael Catron wins distinguished award

Edison Geiler, MWHS Wildcat News Editor-in-Chief, co-anchor MWHS Wildcat News
November 20, 2020
The US Census Bureau found that over 350 languages are spoken in the US. English, Spanish, Chinese, Tagalog and Vietnamese are some of the most common. Even within these languages, there are different dialects and varieties, making the US incredibly linguistically diverse.

Stop policing people’s grammar

Morgan Weir, Opinions Editor
September 4, 2020
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