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Starting small, aiming high: Lister, Steinbach chase fame with 21 Taras

December 31, 2016 10:34pm | Eli M. Demosthenes

The greater Denver area is full of musicians and bands, each one with a different perspective on music and of unique origin. One such band, 21 Taras, lives right in the heart of LHS. Two seniors, drummer Alec Lister and guitarist James Steinbach, started the […]

Littleton Athletic Director is honored with award

December 12, 2016 6:54pm | Maddie Stouder

Last week, the athletic director of Littleton, Preston Davis was awarded 4A Jeffco League Athletic Director of the year. Davis was nominated by The League Athletic Directors who provide nominations to the Jeffco committee. These nominations  outline what the nominee has contributed to the Jeffco […]

Music is her forte: LHS student makes it into ACDA National honor Choir

November 16, 2016 6:45am | Maddie Stouder

For some people, music comes naturally. Senior Alie Watson is one of those people who was born with a love, passion and talent for music. This became clear when Watson auditioned and made it into the ACDA National Honor choir, a competitive choir for teens […]

Singing her way to the top: LHS student makes it into All State Jazz

November 16, 2016 6:44am | Maddie Stouder

Whether its a known fact or not, the world of singing is very competitive. Littleton high school is full of many talented and competitive singers, who are constantly going through auditions, selections and sometimes, acceptances. One of the most selective honor choirs in Colorado is […]

People of all ages enjoy Lions Follies

November 13, 2016 4:41am | Addi Iken

Thursday night and yesterday night, Littleton High School held its annual Lions Follies talent show in the auditorium. LHS students of all grades participated in the talent show in front of their peers and parents. In order to get into the talent show, students and […]

Schools need to look at the science behind sleep

November 6, 2016 4:16am | Eli M. Demosthenes

It is unfortunate that many school districts have not accepted the credible, scientific research behind sleep. Getting a good night’s sleep is not solely a matter of comfort, it’s a necessity in the same way eating and drinking are. Furthermore, teenagers are said to need […]

Join mountain biking team

October 26, 2016 2:48pm | Addi Iken

This may come as a surprise, but there are such things as high school mountain biking teams, and LHS alone has two students participating in a team within the Colorado High School Cycling League. Sophomore Breighton Miller and Freshman Calvin VandenBurg are part of a […]

Lions Football fights it out against Vista Ridge

October 24, 2016 4:19pm | Maddie Stouder

Friday night, the varsity football team had their last home game against Vista Ridge. The game resulted in a tough loss with the final score being 0-62. During second quarter, the mercy rule was invoked, meaning no timeouts were called. Despite a tough game over […]

All State Choir auditions

October 12, 2016 4:29am | Abby Moses

This afternoon, numerous LHS juniors and seniors traveled to a Douglas County high school to audition for the All State Choir. All State Choir consists of the top singers, composed of only juniors and seniors within Colorado. Many kids from all over the state including Kylie […]

The Second Election 2016 debate offered nothing short of precedent

October 11, 2016 2:47pm | Colin McCormick

The second 2016 Presidential Debate came to an end past its 8:30 pm MDT curfew Sunday, October 9, 2016 at Washington University in Saint Louis, Missouri. Following the introduction of moderators Anderson Cooper and Martha Raddatz, candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump broke customary procedure […]