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Welcome, gentle reader, to Westby Elementary School’s (WES’s) segment on “Where in the World is Mrs. San Diego”. Please join our school in a geography adventure while our fourth grade reporters are off on assignment,

Mrs. San Diego will hopefully delight you with clues of where she’s hiding this week and the ‘big reveal’ of where she’s been on the planet! All WES students participate in this adventure on the daily school news! You can also catch Mrs. San Diego on WES News on Channel 7. Okay, let’s meet her now!

Pssst. Hey you. Yes. YOU! Do you like a Mystery? Then you will want to know: Where in the World is Mrs. San Diego? We are calling all gumshoes. She is hiding some place in the world. Listen up. You will get four clues. Try to solve the mystery. Then in next week’s newspaper, you can read the ‘BIG REVEAL’! Good luck and let the adventure begin. Where in the world is Mrs. San Diego?

Here are your clues. Look in Next week’s Westby Times for the big reveal of where I’ve been!

  • Clue 1; About 1,300 people live in a square mile in this country.
  • Clue 2; In 1950 war broke out in this country, killing 2.5 million people. While the fighting stopped in 1953, separating the country in two, the war has never officially ended.
  • Clue 3; Kimchi, a pickled vegetable, is unique to this country. It is eaten every day.
  • Clue 4; The 23rd (XXIII) Winter Olympics are being held in this country!

Good luck detectives!


Westby Times editor

Dorothy Robson is editor of the Westby Times. Contact her at 608-637-5625.

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