Trump Deletes Iran Nuclear Deal

From left to right-  China, France, The EU, Iran, Russia, UK and United States

McKenna Smith, Perspectives Editor

May 23, 2018

 Iran, the source of the "When America finds out there's oil" meme and a lot of conflict. On the 8th of May Trump announced that he is pulling the United States out of the "disastrous" Iran Nuclear deal despite the warnings from numerous U.S. allies such as former Secretary of State John Kerry, Britain's Foreign Secretary B...

EHS Pit Orchestra Perfects Poppins Play

EHS Pit Orchestra Perfects Poppins Play

April 19, 2018

The colorful costumes, bright sets, and funny accents are more than enough to remind you of the time and energy required by the cast and crew to perform a musical. But to make it a musical, you must have one important element -the music, of course. It’s the music that sets it apart from all else....



Landon Bosch

March 14, 2018

A notorious name, well-talked about around the school, and fun it's no wonder East history and government teacher Mr. Berg's The Apprentice leaves a lasting impression on students.  In a classroom centered on your ability to make history and government come to life through group projects, The Appren...

Jazzy at Jazz Fest

Jazzy at Jazz Fest

Landon Bosch

February 28, 2018

  The steady beat of the drum, the warm sound of the woodwinds, the roaring rattle of the brass section all came together as one melodic voice for Jazz Fest. East competed against other high schools in Casper College's 51st Kinser Jazz Festival. The annual concert was performed with Wyoming All-State...

The Sound of Hundreds of Voices and Instruments

The Sound of Hundreds of Voices and Instruments

Landon Bosch

February 22, 2018

The sound of hundreds of voices and instruments could be heard echoing in Evanston high school with January hosting Wyoming’s All-State band, orchestra, and choir. Representing East was 28 students that all passed an audition to be accepted into All-State music. "My favorite part was the concert,...

Holidays Full of Heart

Holidays Full of Heart

Steph Sommer, Landon Bosch, Senior Editor, Sports Editor

January 8, 2018

  What is the most important thing about the holiday season? Food? Presents? Family? How about giving back to those in need? East High students and teachers take giving back to heart during the holiday season. From wrapping gifts for underprivileged families to playing concerts for veterans,...

East High Welcomes Newest Hall of Fame Class and Recognizes Academic Letter Winners

Newly inducted EHS Hall of Fame members John O’Connor, Jim Mize, Michelle Stotts, Dr. Sue Chilton, Lee Vaughn and Dennis Humphrey (l to r) were recognized at a ceremony at the school on October 27.

Steph Sommer, Senior Editor

November 16, 2017

Can you imagine coming back to your old high school, years after college and making a life somewhere else, and taking in the sights and sounds of East High? What would you remember the most - the sounds of students passing down the halls, the thrill of running onto the football field, or that old feeling...

Jeff Mateer: What you need to know about the current nominee

Currently serving as the First Assistant Attorney General of Texas.

McKenna Smith, Perspectives Editor

October 24, 2017

In the year of 2015, President Donald Trump’s federal judge nominee, Jeff Mateer made a speech titled ‘The Church and Homosexuality.” Claims he made throughout the speech have received a mix of criticism and praise. A few of the claims Mateer made include; transgender children are part of Satan’s...



Yara Pena, News Editor

October 18, 2017

If someone was to come to you and tell you had to immediately leave your family and friends, never to return, what would you do? What if you were forcibly sent to a country you don’t remember coming from, what would you say? The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was a program created by...

Arch Coal Award

Arch Coal Award

Kenna Smith, Features Reporter

May 26, 2017

The Arch Coal Teacher’s Achievement Award is one of the most prestigious awards to be awarded in West Virginia and Wyoming. On May 19, East High’s Mrs. Megan Moench was announced as the recipient of the annual award. From winning the award, Mrs. Moench won a distinctive plaque and a personal cash...

“I Just Need a Break!”

Junior Brittany West takes a break with some from friends while hiking.

Rhiannon Thomalla, Co-Senior Editor

April 13, 2017

Spring break is easily one of the most anticipated weeks. Not only does it mean that school is almost over, but it’s finally warm enough for kids to get out and enjoy themselves. Each year we hear stories of all of the cool things that kids did over spring break. Some of your fellow peers traveled...

Don’t Get Faked Out: Tips to Ensure Correct News

Don't Get Faked Out: Tips to Ensure Correct News

Camden Schmidt, Online Editor

February 21, 2017

James Alefantis and his family fell victim to fake news after Edgar Welsh had bombarded their mom and pop pizzeria in Washington D.C. Welsh had read online that the Ping Pong Comet Pizzeria was harboring children sex slaves as part of a sex ring ran by Hillary Clinton. Without checking the source to ...

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