Willamette may have another hit stage production on its hands.
To prove they’re brave, some young women have agreed to spend the night in the House on Sinister Street, where three gruesome crimes have been committed. What results is a humorous mystery-thriller, courtesy of the Willamette Drama program.
Mirth and Mayhem will run Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at 7:00 in Powers Auditorium.
Tickets are sold at the door: $3.00 for students and staff, and $5.00 for general admission.
A First Student bus transporting children to Irving Elementary was involved in an accident this morning.
One child was complaining of a sore neck and her guardians will have her examined by a physician, although EMTs on the scene did not believe it was serious. The four other students on board at the time reported no problems, and their parents have been contacted. The bus driver was taken to the hospital with unknown injuries.
Another bus brought the kids to Irving and authorities are investigating the accident, which took place at the corner of Irvington and Prairie Road.
To encourage positive behavior and attitude among their students, Meadow View’s dedicated staff created a Happy video. The kids love it, the staff gets a kick out of it, and now they have bashfully agreed to let everyone see it.
Their first trip to the 6A State Tournament ended with a 6th place trophy for the Willamette volleyball team.
This is only the second time in school history WHS has reached the state tournament. The Wolverines stepped up in competition after a second place finish in the 5A State Tourney last year.
Wil-Hi beat Southridge in the consolation semi-finals before dropping a close match with Sunset and earning 6th place.
Willamette’s boys and girls soccer teams also played in the state tournaments. It was the first appearance in the state tourney for the young boys squad.