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EW Jazz Uses Craft Fair as a Fun Performance, but They Have Bigger Plans This Year

By Kaiona Apio

The annual EW Holiday Craft fair was held last Saturday, December 7th, and continues to be one of the most successful fundraisers in the music program. The profits from the Craft Fair benefits the orchestra and band programs, which explains the numerous musical performances.

During the fair, the halls are lined with combination…

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Is the Blue Bin Really Green?

By Phoenix Cloutier

Recycling is one of the most basic practices preached by environmentalists, and for good reason. In 2016 alone, the Department of Energy recycled 230 tons of waste that would have otherwise ended up in landfills. Because of this, the government saved $13,800 which can now be used in other areas. There is seemingly no reason to throw recyclables into the trash. However, at Edmonds Woodway…

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Inside Lionel Hampton

By Graham Everhart

The Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival, a regional competition between student jazz groups held annually at the University of Idaho, is a special experience because of how ordinary it is.
Perhaps “ordinary” has too negative of a connotation. I always enjoy Lionel Hampton. I’m part of the EWHS jazz program, and the jazz program attends every year, and every year…

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