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New Technology Update for WMC

Austin DiLullo, Contributor

November 21, 2013

Filed under News

  A new technology update has been brought to the network system of the West Morris High School. This event is the change of the School Network. Currently, the old system of Novell has been changed to the network system of Microsoft 7. The network of Microsoft 7 now includes an easier...

Good-bye Chief

Nicholas Cise, News Editor

November 4, 2013

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After recent controversy regarding the employment of the well-known security monitor, Richard Lansing or “Chief,” it has now been confirmed that he will no longer be working within the West Morris school district.   Following the sudden departure of the apparent “mascot” to the school,...

Fire Ravages Seaside Heights

Chris Garino, Contributor

October 25, 2013

Filed under News

          The popular vacation spot Seaside Heights has recently suffered yet another tragic blow. It started as a small ice cream shop fire and expanded into a dangerous blaze that leveled 80% of the recently rebuilt boardwalk. At this time authorities are sure that the fire was accident...

Stuff the Bus Food Drive

Tiffany Terlizzi, Contributor

October 23, 2013

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Habitat for Humanity is currently running the Stuff the Bus Food Drive. Please help support the Long Valley Food Pantry. West Morris Central is fundraising right now for the Washington Township Food Pantry. The supply at the Long Valley Food Pantry is severely low. The Pantry needs your help by bringing...

Here’s to Team Peace and Project Purple

Austin DiLullo, Contributor

October 21, 2013

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  There has been much popularity in the school about two groups, Team Peace and Project Purple. These two groups have been reported to be very active this year. Team Peace is one of these clubs. It is the school's anti-bullying club whose purpose is to provide a safe, fun environment to work...

Corrado’s Farm

Isabel Gomez, Contributor

October 17, 2013

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October is here, which means spiced apple cider, apple picking, and haunted hayrides. Corrado’s Farm, located on Mt. Bethel Road in Hackettstown is offering special rates on Sunday nights for students with I.D. Corrado’s Farm is known to have one of the best haunted hayrides in the area. The hayride...

Boulder, Colorado Drowning

Jamie King, Managing Editor

October 9, 2013

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Just a few months ago Boulder, Colorado found itself worrying about the current drought and the possible fires that could result from a lack rainfall. Now Boulder is finding itself with the complete opposite concern. Time magazine reported that on average Boulder receives 1.7 inches of rain during...

West Morris Community responds to Syrian Missile Strikes

Nick Cise, News Editor

October 1, 2013

Filed under News

  Currently involved in an international dispute, President Obama is prepared to move ahead with a limited military strike on Syria, administration officials say. The Syrian conflict has been growing in intensity and scope for more than two years, with the United Nations estimating more...

Category 4 Headline

July 19, 2012

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