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WBHS Marching Band Scholarship Concert is Monday, Oct. 30 | By Jessica Steger

  Oct. 27, 2017 – West Bend, WI – On Monday, Oct. 30, the West Bend High School’s Marching Band will be performing its annual Scholarship Concert. The concert will begin at 7 p.m., with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. The performance will be at the West Bend High

Habitat For Humanity home dedication By Jessica Steger

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Jan 14, 2017 – West Bend WI – Habitat for Humanity dedicated its latest house to the Komp family, amid many of the dedicated volunteers who have helped with the building. In addition to the home, the Komp family received a check for $1,085.94, which was raised by the

The magic of giving blood By Jessica Steger

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Jan. 8, 2017 – West Bend, WI – West Bend East student reporter Jessica Steger had a good article published in The Current about how the school’s Student Council is working to ramp up blood donations by infusing a Harry Potter theme into the event.  A portion of Steger’s

The West Bend High School Drumline is highlighted in The Current By Jessica Steger

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Dec. 5, 2016 – West Bend, WI – Jessica Steger is a reporter with The Current and she had a great story published this week about the West Bend High Schools drumline and its recent performance at the annual Fresh Coast Drumline and Basketball Competition. The competition was held

Teacher of the Year for Jessica Flitter of WB East H.S.

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Student reporter Jessica Steger wrote a strong article about West Bend East social studies teacher Jessica Flitter receiving the Teacher of the Year Award from the Rolfs Foundation. A portion of her article is below.   It’s been a good year for Jessica Flitter, East social studies teacher. On

Paper swords – by Jessica Steger

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West Bend High School reporter Jessica Steger writes about a unique reading competition at the school the year and one young man who has decided to go it alone. The full story is in this month’s edition of The Current. East junior Brandon Kohler has found the courage to
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