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Command Sergeant Major (retired) Bill Tomlin speaks to students, staff and community members during the Veterans Day assembly on Nov. 10. Tomlin is a recipient of both a Silver Star and a Purple Heart.

Experienced veteran shares his journey in the Army during school assembly

Haleigh Haddon, Reporter November 25, 2023

Each year, Windsor High School holds a Veteran's Day assembly for students, staff and community members. This year's honorary speaker was retired Command Sergeant Major William Tomlin. Although Tomlin...

Lucas Ng (12) and Landrie Tamlin (12) listen to speeches during the Veterans Day assembly on Nov. 10. Both students have enlisted in the Marine Corps.

Two seniors enlist in the Marine Corps

Adyson Roles, Reporter November 25, 2023

As the U.S. Air Force, Navy and Army have struggled with recruiting in recent years, the Marine Corps has continually met its recruiting goals. After graduation, Lucas Ng (12) and Landrie Tamlin (12) are...

Student body president Johnnie Reed (12) speaks at the Veterans Day assembly for the second year in a row. The assembly was held during the day and cheerleading, choir, band, orchestra, broadcasting and Student Council students all played important roles.

Members of Student Council deliver speeches during Veterans Day assembly

Caleb Morrow, Reporter November 16, 2023

Student Council representatives Johnnie Reed (12), Lexi Smith (12) and Madilynn Romme (11) all volunteered to give speeches at the Veterans Day assembly on Friday, Nov. 10. The students spent that week...

The math department at WHS poses for a picture. They dressed up as the Addams family and took first place in the contest.

WHS holds a boo-tiful Halloween contest

Molleigh Kennedy, Reporter November 6, 2023

The bowls are filled with candy, the pumpkins are carved, the masks are on… it is finally Halloween time. Every year the wizards do a Halloween costume contest. This year it was run by the advisory teacher...

Haleigh Haddon (10) works on the decor for Tina Mezzonis (staff) advisory door. Haddons class won the school competition for the best decorated door.

Advisory classes decorate doors to celebrate Halloween

Caleb Morrow, Reporter November 2, 2023

Students have spent the last week decorating the doors of their advisory classes with a Halloween theme. Students’ advisory classes competed against each other to make the most festive, scary, Halloween...

Kristy Mattix (staff) poses for a photo when leaving the UCHealth Cancer Center. She completed her last round of chemotherapy on Oct. 11, 2019.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: People affected by breast cancer share their experiences

Adyson Roles, Reporter November 1, 2023

As October comes upon us again, so does Halloween, cooler weather and the new colors of fall. However, October isn’t just another month. It’s also widely known as Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  Starting...

Firefighter Nicholas Cumings climbs the stairs at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre on Sept. 11. The cross-country team attended to commemorate the firefighters who supported recovery in the wake of 9/11.

Windsor High cross country team remembers the day of 9/11 by step climbing

Adyson Roles and Haleigh Haddon October 31, 2023

Throughout the years, the WHS cross country team has run many different races for the purpose of many different events, such as trying to get the athletes more involved or the coaches putting their...

An aerial shot of the new turf. The turf was made by Rocky Mountain Sports Turf and shows the Never Outworked (N.O.) mantra on the 32-yard line.

Windsor facilities get an upgrade with the addition of a new turf

Tristyn Bruning, Co-Editor October 30, 2023

Over the course of time sports have inevitably evolved. What started as literal baskets transformed to modern day basketball hoops;  fields with no lines turned into specialized stadiums designed to switch...

Students dance in the courtyard during homecoming. The theme of this years homecoming was “Hollywood.”

Homecoming Week: Students dance the night away at homecoming

Sophia Jensen, Reporter October 10, 2023

Students celebrated the end of homecoming week with loud music and flashing lights in the courtyard of Windsor High on Saturday, Sept. 30.  “I think it’s a lot of fun,” junior class president...

Windsor FFA walks together during the homecoming parade. FFA members had a float theme of “Western Goes Hollywood.”

Homecoming Week: Students create floats, walk in parade

Vivian Kilcoyne, Reporter October 9, 2023

Squeezed between the pep assembly and the football game, Windsor students got together for the homecoming parade. The homecoming parade was Friday, Sept. 29. This event allowed students in various clubs...

Head coach Chris Jones (staff) walks onto the field holding hands with two student-athletes after halftime. After a close first quarter, the Wizards dominated Greeley Central for the rest of the homecoming game.

Homecoming Week: Football players secure a victory against Greeley Central

Molleigh Kennedy, Reporter October 3, 2023

As the day turns into night, laces are tied, jerseys are on, helmets are placed… it’s game time. WHS football players step onto the lit-up field to compete against Greeley Central for their homecoming...

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