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West Who Citizens Escorted Out of U.S. National Park

10/02/2013 20:54
WWN- Two West Who citizens were caught up in the U.S. Government closure brought about by that country's debt crisis.  The couple were camping in an American national park in Colorado when park rangers made everyone leave.  The rangers explained that the national park was closing due to...

Foreign Minister Suggests Assassination Attempt on President Possible

09/16/2013 20:20
Foreign Minister Michael Farr stated at a press conference that recent injuries to the President may have been caused by a sophisticated assassination attempt.  The Foreign Minister said, "I was notified of the situation and I had some of our intelligence officers immediately assigned to the...

Protests Lead to Currency Being Withdawn

09/09/2013 17:50
The Treasury Department came under intense public pressure over its latest issue of currency.  "This money looks like Monopoly money," said one Whoville resident.  The Series A 2013 bills are the same size as the famous kids game money.  The National Treasurer of West Who...

National Museum Aquires Ancient Fossil

08/30/2013 21:15
The West Who National Museum recently aquired a large ancient fossil to add to its collection.  It is an Acleistoceras which is a genus of the Oncocerid family. This fat caterpiller shaped animal lived in the shallow seas that covered much of North America during the Devonian period, which...

About West Who

08/16/2013 22:12
"Come Party With Us" - Republic Day is celebrated on July 11th.  This national holiday is celebrated throughout the country.  Las Vegas Day is a moving holiday which is celebrated in early March usually during the WCC Basketball Championships.  Citizens also celebrate West Who Day,...

Elections

08/10/2013 12:00
First e-voting for Presidental Elections Called "A Success" The citizens of West Who voted in their first e-election.  The Elections Department stated that all precincts had reported vote totals and William Farr was elected as President of the Republic.  Election officials were pleased...
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