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Washington HS Student Honored as ''Everyday Hero''

Oct 28, 2009 • Washington High School
Washington High School student Cedrick Hillyer was the recipient of the "Everyday Hero" award on Monday. In June, Cedrick and some friends saved an 8 year old Nebraska boy who had fallen into the Big Sioux River. More

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Crofton downs S.F. Washington

Dec 21, 2014 • Sioux City Journal
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. | Top-ranked (C2) Crofton ran its girls basketball winning streak to 31 games following Saturday evening's 56-44 win over Sioux Falls Washington in a battle of returning state champions at the Sanford Pentagon. Allison Arens, a ... More

New grab and go food option at Sioux Falls Washington High School

Dec 5, 2014 • KSFY
If you're on the run a lot of the time, quick and easy become two key words if you want to squeeze breakfast into your schedule. "People say it's the most important meal of the day. Which I believe cause if you go without breakfast its pretty grueling. More

Common Core: How it's affecting one high school English teacher

Dec 10, 2014 • Sioux Falls Argus Leader
Tami Brown is a veteran of the classroom. She currently works as an English-language arts teacher at Washington High School, where she teaches 11th- and 12th-grade students. Like many public school educators in South Dakota, Brown's classroom has ... More

NDSU recruit Geu, Warriors defeat Riders

Dec 17, 2014 • Sioux Falls Argus Leader
In the first clash of Sioux Falls teams this season, the Washington boys looked every bit as good as their No. 2 ranking in a ... "He's a special athlete that South Dakota doesn't get to see but once a decade," Washington coach Craig Nelson said. "It's ... More

Musegades, Nancy Ann

Dec 7, 2014 • Rapid City Journal
Nancy was a brilliant and lovely lady. She graduated near the top of the Class of 1960's approximately 800 students at Washington High School in Sioux Falls. She then went to Hamline University in St. Paul, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in ... More

Whitney: Coach Murra gave meaning to volleyball scene

Nov 23, 2014 • USA TODAY High School Sports
The frenzied back-and-forth action, the connection between coaches and players, the joy displayed by female student-athletes – it is a relatively recent phenomenon in the scope of South Dakota sports. Before this modern era arrived, with Sioux Falls ... More

The mystery of the mysterious mystery writer

Dec 3, 2014 • Sioux Falls Argus Leader
Thanks to combined efforts, I know that when Edith Howie, a 1918 graduate of Washington High School who wrote more than half a dozen mysteries, left Sioux Falls, she didn't go far. She moved to Sioux City, Iowa, to live with her sister, Bessie. She ... More

A brief history of the Elite 45

Nov 26, 2014 • USA TODAY High School Sports
When South Dakota adopted its playoff system for high school football in 1981, the goal was to crown the most deserving team in each class as state champion. But as the process ... Some might note that seven of the past 12 captains played in Sioux Falls. More

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