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  • WEIO diversifies competitive sports

    WEIO diversifies competitive sports

    Nizhoni Guthrie, Reporter

    May 23, 2017

    The World Eskimo Indian Olympics is an event to determine who has the most strength, speed, endurance, balance and pain tolerance. The first World Eskimo Indian Olympics (WEIO for short) was held in 1961 in Fairfield Alaska. Every year, this grand event runs for four days July in the Carlson Center. READ MORE »»

    An athlete participates in the knuckle hop competition during the World Eskimo Indian Olympics in Fairbanks, Alaska

    Ron Murray Photography

  • Free education comes at a price

    Free education comes at a price

    Payton Wright, Assistant Editor

    December 7, 2016

    Textbooks: $78. $35 for a mandatory CTE class. $20 for a class you can’t live without. $3.35 for every lunch you'd like to have, and if you're eating lunch every day that's around $675 a year. Don’t forget notebooks, books, pencils, and graphing calculators! Year after year we put money into our...

    Nicole Gomez

  • Media continues to alter relationship ideals

    Media continues to alter relationship ideals

    Ana Zamora, Reporter

    November 4, 2016

    According to social media, Harley Quinn and the Joker are #relationshipgoals. This seemed to blow up after Suicide Squad premiered over the summer. However, many aren’t realizing the true nature of their relationship. Not only in the movie, but in the comics, the Joker is often rather abusive toward...

    Calle Hansen

  • Staff Ed: Apple vs. Android debate heats up

    Staff Ed: Apple vs. Android debate heats up

    Warrior Ledger Staff

    November 4, 2016

    Two brands of phones have been in the spotlight for a while: Apple and Samsung. Recently, Apple has come out with their iphone 7 and Samsung with their Galaxy 7. Some people have very strong opinions and others have no opinion at all on which one is better. The two most noticeable problems with these...

    Rayven Cann

  • Police officers under fire

    Police officers under fire

    Hannah Anderson, Reporter

    October 14, 2016

    With police stories appearing ominously in the news almost weekly, students may ask themselves is the force the police exudes too excessive or reasonable? Do we even really know? The perspective of a high school student will obviously be different from an older adult, and the two may have different...

    What were once symbols of security now cause people unease. Officers are being viewed differently due to the recent incidents of excessive force.

    Arianna Jones

Sticks and Stones

Sticks and Stones

Payton Wright, Assistant Editor

     While homework and social hierarchies prey on student after student, there is a not-so-secret and not-so-silent killer out on the loose and everyone falls victim to it, and it’s called gossip.       ...

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The student news site of Taylorsville High School
The student news site of Taylorsville High School