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The Bacons take a family photo. Richard Bacon retired from the military in 2020 after 30 years of service.

The Bacons epitomize the military family, patriotism

Oliver Lodato, Co-Editor December 5, 2023

Many may argue that joining the military is one of the most honorable acts of courage that one can make for their country. Although it brings a sense of honorability to the family household, it also takes...

Veteran’s Day: English teacher re-enlists in the National Guard

Tristyn Bruning, Co-editor December 1, 2023

During the month of November across the nation, veterans are recognized for their service and sacrifice to ensure the safety and security of the United States. English teacher Jerrod Griebel (staff) is...

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...

Local veteran makes service his mantra, volunteers at Tozer Elementary

Molleigh Kennedy, Reporter November 16, 2023

Jim Porth was in the U.S. Air Force from 1966 to 1970. Porth was an electrician who worked with missiles and worked on motor generators in different sites located across America. However, now Porth...

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...

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