• 40 Days: Not About Me

    40 Days: Not About Me

    Anna Scallon, WHS Reporter

    February 15, 2018

    For Lent this year, I decided to try something different other than giving up morning coffee or snacks. I am trying to give up talking about myself. The idea came from googling what to give up. This IS going to be hard for me, I have quickly realized how much I like to start my conversations with “Guess...

  • Must Read: The Testing

    Must Read: The Testing

    Elizabeth Leko, WHS Reporter

    February 12, 2018

  • We Are All Beautiful!

    We Are All Beautiful!

    Cassandra Webb, WHS Reporter

    February 8, 2018

    Did you know that 44% of high school women and 15% of high school guys in America are attempting to lose weight? You may just think that’s because people want to be in shape. But what about when you hear that 70% of girls that range from 15-17 are self conscious about going to school because of their...

  • Counselor Appreciation

    Counselor Appreciation

    Jacqueline Tinga, WHS Reporter

    February 8, 2018

    Have you ever had such a bad day where all you need is someone to talk to? Sometimes it’s not a matter to talk about with your friends and family though. Well, there is one other person you could talk to: the school counselors. Any time that you are feeling down, they are there to push you back to t...

    Photo Credit: Jacqueline Tinga

  • WHS Soccer Team?

    WHS Soccer Team?

    Rianna Wood and Elizabeth Leko

    February 7, 2018

    Did you know that every Class A school in North Dakota has soccer teams except us? THAT’S WACK! An interest in a soccer team for WHS has recently peaked within the student body. The possible new sport will be adding diversity to the sports we already have, allowing room for teens to show more sk...

  • Best Wishes, Terra Ellingson!

    Best Wishes, Terra Ellingson!

    Breanna Willeford and Talaifina Militoni

    February 7, 2018

    Terra Ellingson worked at the Williston schools for almost nine years now. She worked for WHS for two years and the rest at the middle school. Terra was a strong part of this high school: she made friends with many students and staff, she brought the Coyote Spirit every Friday/Spirit Week, her laugh ...

  • Khalid: Rising Star

    Khalid: Rising Star

    Elizabeth Leko, WHS Reporter

    February 6, 2018

    Khalid is a rising R&B singer who writes meaningful/passionate songs. He is 19 years of age and started his singing career at age 18. On top of his huge success with his album, “American Teen,” he recently went to the Grammy's and got nominated for multiple categories such as best new artist,...

    Photo Credit: Grammy.com

  • Real-Life Skills Practice: Guest Editorial by Grisha Pradhan

    Real-Life Skills Practice: Guest Editorial by Grisha Pradhan

    Grisha Pradhan, Guest WHS Reporter

    February 5, 2018

    This past week students in the Careers in Health classes went around WHS to take blood pressure, pulse and respiration measurements of students and teachers. Each student took 20 measurements. This assignment was so students could practice taking blood pressures. It was also to practice soft skills...

    Photo Credit: Grisha P. Students pictured: Katelin Verespe and Isa Pangelinan.

  • WHS Boys Hockey WINS!!!

    WHS Boys Hockey WINS!!!

    February 5, 2018

    In Saturday’s game against Mandan, Williston won 3-2!!   ...

    Photo Credit: J. Bervig

  • Senior Spotlight on WHS Girls Hockey

    Senior Spotlight on WHS Girls Hockey

    Breanna Willeford, WHS Reporter

    February 4, 2018

    WHS Girls Hockey: Senior Spotlights The senior girls shared some reflective comments on their final year of high school hockey:  Do you view yourself as a leader to your team? Please share examples of your role on the team. Lynze  Swanson: Yes, I am one of the top defensemen and am expected to be ...

WDA Hockey!

February 16, 2018

Coyotes versus Midgets ...

40 Days: Not About Me

Anna Scallon, WHS Reporter
February 15, 2018

For Lent this year, I decided to try something different other than giving up morning coffee or snacks. I am trying to give up talking about myself. The idea came from googling what to give up. This IS going to be hard for me, I have quickly realized how much I like to start my conversations with “Guess what I did” or “Guess what happened to me.” So for the next forty days, I am attempting...

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National Send a Card to a Friend Day

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Speech Meet Results!

Speech Meet Results!

February 5, 2018

Bullying and Cyberbullying: Do Something About It

Bullying and Cyberbullying: Do Something About It

January 30, 2018

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December 18, 2017

Student Suggestion: Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McQuire

Student Suggestion: Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McQuire

November 29, 2017

Student Suggestion: Mystery Novel

November 19, 2017

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Senior Spotlight: Chance Johnson

Senior Spotlight: Chance Johnson

December 21, 2017

David Jorgenson, Educator Extraordinaire

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November 30, 2017

Coyote Spotlight: Ms. Bearce, WHS English Teacher

Coyote Spotlight: Ms. Bearce, WHS English Teacher

November 12, 2017

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