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WV schools to implement longer vacations

Brian Chang, News Editor

May 18, 2017

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Walnut Valley Unified School District students will have longer vacations to be thankful for next year. Approved this February, the 2017-2018 district calendar features an extended Thanksgiving, winter and spring break, wit...

News in the world

May 17, 2017

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FRANCE The wave of populism sweeping the world crashed against French shores with the election of Emmanuel Macron. The 39-year-old investment banker was elected after far-right candidate Marine Le Pen conceded in the second ro...

May News Bits

May 17, 2017

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NEVADA There’s a new record for the most retweets on a single tweet, set by a man on a quest for nuggets. Carter Wilkerson jokingly tweeted at fast food chain Wendy’s, asking how many retweets he would need for a year’s suppl...

An enchanting night

An enchanting night

May 17, 2017

Work on campus set for 2018

Ingrid Chan, Asst. Photo Editor

May 17, 2017

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Sometime next year, changes will be made across the Diamond Bar High School campus as a result of bond Measure WV.   Currently, the district still needs to sell bonds and draw up construction plans before launching any recons...

Scholarships open doors for seniors

Tess Guan, Web Editor

May 17, 2017

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Fueled by passion for their extracurriculars, two Diamond Bar High School seniors are among those who received scholarship grants for their partic ipation in various activities. Remaining close to home, Miranda Tejada will attend the ...

DOC students to remain in WVUSD

Angela Yang, Asst. News Editor

May 17, 2017

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As the two bills aimed to save District of Choice wind their way through the Appropriations Committee, students currently enrolled under DOC can rest assured knowing they will stay in the district through the 2017-2018 scho...

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