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Team 1710 becoming a nationally known name

Team 1710 becoming a nationally known name

Olathe Northwest has many teams and clubs that have are very well known in Johnson County. But did you know they have a team that […]

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ONW…NOW! for February 25th, 2015

ONW…NOW! for February 25th, 2015

Stories include: a talented musician, GameDay: Northwest, and how well do you know your WPA date.

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Where are Ravens going for Spring Break?

Where are Ravens going for Spring Break?

Spring Break is coming up March 14-22. We asked 16 Ravens where they are going for this year’s Spring Break. Samantha McCue (Junior): Honduras for a […]

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GameDay: Northwest for February 24, 2015

GameDay: Northwest for February 24, 2015

Stories include: boys and girls basketball, regional wrestling, signing day, and more!

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Taking teaching to the next level

Taking teaching to the next level

This year, Mrs. Dueringer and Mrs. Williamson, have been recognized for their outstanding teaching abilities.  Every year, teachers at Olathe Northwest nominate fellow staff members […]

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Cheerleading can be dangerous

Cheerleading can be dangerous

The Olathe Northwest High School Cheerleading squad has faced numerous adversities this year. Head injuries such as concussions have been the most common obstacle and […]

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Scholars Bowl competes at state

Scholars Bowl competes at state

The Scholars Bowl team at Olathe Northwest goes unrecognized, but for the first time in 4 years the team has gone to state. Mr. Burton, […]

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ONW…NOW! for February 18th, 2015

ONW…NOW! for February 18th, 2015

Stories include: scholars bowl, cheerleading, Coach Branstrom’s miracle shot and more!

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Celebration of Me

Celebration of Me

“I think it’s just great that we are all here in one place,” Jack Weafer said. The Celebration of Me, in its first year of […]

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Richardson twins

Richardson twins

Olathe Northwest bands put in more work than meets the eye. Morning rehearsals during the fall, parades and competitions are busy enough on top of […]

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