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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 […]

A Poet who Knows it: LHS Student Wins National Poetry Award

October 7, 2016 3:49pm | Maddie Stouder

Poetry is widely known for being deep, symbolic and for most people, hard to write. But for Junior Devany Shikiar, poetry comes naturally. Recently, Shikiar discovered that a poem she had written had won a national award with the America Library of Poetry, and would […]

Band competes in a hard competition at Pomona

October 5, 2016 4:15pm | Sophie Craig

This Saturday marching band had a tough competition at Pomona High School. By the end of the competition the band took 11th place out of the 25 bands that attended the competition. The day started off for the band at eight in the morning to […]

Boys tennis faces tough loss against Evergreen

September 8, 2016 12:48pm | Sophie Craig

Wednesday afternoon boys tennis faced a defeat to Evergreen high school after a tough fight. The final match score was 2-5. Many of the matches were very close going to three sets. “The first set was good, but the second set we kind of lost […]

Letters for Letters: LHS celebrates academic excellence

September 8, 2016 3:15am | Maddie Stouder

Tonight, all students who earned and maintained a GPA of 3.5 in the 2015-2016 school year were celebrated with a ceremony. In this ceremony students either earned their first time letter, or received a bar, signifying more than one year of academic excellence. This ceremony […]

An ode to prom fashion

April 27, 2016 6:29pm |

One of the high lights of high school is prom. The whole month that leads up prom is exciting. People figure out dates and groups, the venue is announced and people (mostly girls) start to buy or rent their prom attire. Although it is fun, […]

Frisbee qualifies for state

April 26, 2016 9:54am |

April 23-24th Boys Frisbee was hard at work qualifying to compete in division 1 state.  The LHS team placed 3rd out of 6 teams.  The team beat Arapahoe, Rock Canyon and DSST.  At the East Invite, the boys team went 4-2 beaten only by Heritage […]

Project CURE welcomes NHS students

April 20, 2016 9:47pm |

On Wednesday, April 20 the NHS students partook in another Project CURE assignment. The team went to sort donated medical supplies. “We sorted boxes of supplies donated by community medical centers based on each item’s name and function,” said senior Kevin Vick. After, when they […]