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Big crowds came to Ned Whitsell Field this past weekend, but it was not for football. The band of Vikings’ director, Brad Leeb, coordinated the event and he was very pleased with the turnout as well as the performances of all the bands.
DHS’ new teacher
This year, DHS has many new teachers. Mr. Smith is a new Global Social Studies teacher, but he’s not new to DHS.
New D.H.S teacher welcomed by old D.H.S students
Danville High School welcomes a new English teacher, Ms. Megginson. Last year she taught as a student teacher in Mrs. Hurst’s class with the current juniors.
DHS Viking quarterback No. 2 Dennis Hightower was injured at the Bloomington football game Friday, Sept. 9.
Raiders of the Lost Football
A struggle was had by both the Bloomington Purple Raiders and the Danville High Vikings at the game Friday, Sept. 9.
Renaissance Festival offered look into the past
In mid-16th century town of Lancaster, England, village folk reside with wisdom. King Henry VIII renewed his wedding vows with Lady Jane Seymour for the Renaissance Festival.
Renovations almost done at South View
After years of talk, last year South View Middle School began planning the renovations that they are currently working on. They are scheduled to be finished in 2012.
The working world of teens
Many people always say they can’t wait until their old enough to get a job so they can have their own money and feel independent.
Danville Vikings’ winning streak was broken when they faced the Normal West Wildcats. The team took a tragic loss, 15-14.
- Wave goodbye to the Green Wave
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