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Photo credit to Micah Green at the Forsyth County News--Junior Wyatt Campbell participated in the drill for ROTC because not enough West students signed up to help. While Campbell had some reservations about how seriously some people took the training exercise, he thought that it was still valuable. “Overall, I think that it was an interesting experience.”

School Shooting Training Drill Carried out at West Forsyth

Jack Scott, Staff Writer April 18, 2017

On Tuesday, Feb. 22, Forsyth County law enforcement went to West Forsyth to practice for a school shooting scenario. The drill involved over 100 police officers and firefighters as well as over 200 students,...

ISIS continues their reign of terror by threatening the Police, keeping them on high alert. ISIS tells their supporters to kill Americans.

ISIS Threatens NYPD

Ben Bramblett, Staff Writer February 3, 2015

ISIS threatened the New York Police Department, ordering their supporters to “Kill police officers, soldiers, intelligence officers, and civilians in the United States.” A re-released video, originally...

Riot Outbreak in Ferguson, Missouri

Lacy Hamilton, Editor in Chief October 14, 2014

Riots began in Ferguson, Missouri on Saturday, August 9, 2014 after the death of Michael Brown, an unarmed 25 year old African American student. He was shot by Darren Wilson, one of the Caucasian officers...

Following many months of physical therapy, Rolando attempted to walk for the first to time.(

Tragedy Strikes

Jackie Busche, Staff Writer September 20, 2013

On the morning of February 13, 2013, Officer Rolando Jimenez was directing traffic at Lanier High School in Gwinnett, as he had done many mornings since he started working at the high school when it opened...

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