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June Horton

June Horton, Photojounralist

June Horton is a freshman at Walnut Grove High School. During school hours, she practices water polo and works on Wildcats Wired. Outside of school, she plays lacrosse, reads, and watches movies. When she's not doing an outrageous amount of homework, you can find her at the school Sonic, blue rasberry slushy in hand. This is her first year on a newspaper team.

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Current president faces against 2020 rival candidate Donald Trump again in 2024 along with three other independant candidates including Robert F. Kennedy Jr, Cornel West, and Jill Stein.
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Meet Your Presidential Election Candidates of 2024

June Horton, Copy Editor February 9, 2024

Although the primaries start on March 5th, it's never too late to start considering candidates! Here is a list of current candidates with a short description, including age, party, projected number of...

To the beat, Elizabeth Fasesimi sings and dances with the cast. Fasesimi, dressed in a bright red dress with a rainbow hair and tail, plays Mayzie the bird in Seussical the Musical. Mayzie sings many songs troughout the Musical, such as How Lucky You Are and the closing song Green Eggs and Ham.

Seussical The Musical Performs at Walnut Grove

June Horton, Copy Editor January 26, 2024

The crowd talked amongst themselves, their voices filling the auditorium with noise. Suddenly, the curtains opened, the lights dimmed, and a hush filled the room.The vibrant lights greeted the audience...

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Teaching a new sign to a student, Ms. Wahnschaffe demonstrates with her hands and explains it to them. ASL one was taking a practice test in preparation for a real one in the future.

Ms. Wahnschaffe Brings ASL and Her Love of Teaching to Walnut Grove

June Horton, Copy Editor December 11, 2023

A new student enters Room 2224 for their first American Sign Language (ASL) lesson. The nervousness of learning a new language seeps through the entire classroom, but instead of a stern teacher making...

Films, Books, and Songs is ready with the top three picks from each category! This is the first edition of this monthly series. This is a picture created on Canva.

Ominous October: Films, Books, and songs

June Horton, Copy Editor October 27, 2023

Hello Wildcats! In this series, I will share my top three choices of films, books, and songs each month. In the future, I will collect student recommendations, but as this is the first publication in this...

Ready to receive a pass, Taylor Owens, a freshman varsity water polo player swims forward towards the goal. The Senior game against Rock Hill provided an opportunity for many freshmen to get playing time. Owens, Quinn Geyter, and June Horton, all freshmen varsity water polo players new to the sport, got lots of opportunities to showcase their improvement from the first tournament. “It was tough because I hadn’t played that much before.” Geyter said, “But after the goal I scored, everything felt so much better.” This was Geyter’s second goal this season.

Water polo makes waves in new season

June Horton, Copy Editor September 22, 2023

  Click the photo above to start a slideshow with information about the Water Polo team tournaments and games on August 26th, September 18th, and September 19th. Who: Walnut Grove Varsity...

Smiling at his family, Matthew Amelines, a senior varsity water polo player receives recognition for senior night. Amelines along with the other senior water polo players were presented with a gift bag and flowers. Other varsity water polo players wrote letters for the seniors before the game, thanking them for their help and encouragement.

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Smiling at his family, Matthew Amelines, a senior varsity water polo player receives recognition for senior night. Amelines along with the other senior water polo players were presented with a gift bag...

After a turnover, Bella Uber, a junior varsity water polo player defends against Midway. Water polo also played Midway the tournament before, coming to this tournament with a win. Girls Water Polo beat Midway again in their first home tournament, 8-5.

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After a turnover, Bella Uber, a junior varsity water polo player defends against Midway. Water polo also played Midway the tournament before, coming to this tournament with a win. Girls Water Polo beat...

Ball in the air, Diego Perez-Mora, a sophomore varsity water polo player gets ready to shoot a goal. Water Polo boys shot fifteen goals against Midway, winning 15-3. This was one of their five games in their first home tournament, winning four out of five of their games.

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Ball in the air, Diego Perez-Mora, a sophomore varsity water polo player gets ready to shoot a goal. Water Polo boys shot fifteen goals against Midway, winning 15-3. This was one of their five games in...

Attempting to fix the goal, varsity water polo girls swim in to help the goalie. Despite this, varsity girls played well in the tournament. “First home tournament was really great! Everyone was so pumped and motivated,” Kai Harrington said, a sophomore varsity water polo player.

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Attempting to fix the goal, varsity water polo girls swim in to help the goalie. Despite this, varsity girls played well in the tournament. “First home tournament was really great! Everyone was so pumped...

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