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Lion’s Follies

November 10, 2018 10:39pm | Megan Montgomery, Nathalia Olvera-Barajas

In preparation for the annual showcase of talent at Littleton High School, many wanted to encourage the attendance of those that found themselves unfamiliar with the event and its acts. “As the person who sat through all of the auditions and put the show together, […]

LHS takes on CSU math day

November 9, 2018 7:59pm | Samantha Adamson

Last Thursday several students from LHS drove down to CSU for the annual “math day”. CSU math day consisted of teams from each school participating in “rounds”. Each side every round could have 3 people participating, however, each team had a total of 5 people. […]

Marching band competes in the quarterfinals

November 7, 2018 4:30am | Sloane Smith

The Marching Band show of 2018, Off Our Axis, has been under the works for months. It has been performed at football games, and this year has made it to quarterfinals, or the state championship where the top 20 bands in the state perform. Last […]

Donald Trump two years in

November 7, 2018 2:54am | Sloane Smith

America is ending its second year into the term with Trump as our 45th president, and boy has it been a ride. The U.S. has not blown up and World War III has not begun. But what has been happening for two years? What has […]

Bond 4A brief

November 5, 2018 5:32pm | Ethan Hanson

Vote yes on 4A signs plague Littleton neighborhoods. These signs preach for bond 4a, an issue that has been in the making for years, finally after a 5-0 vote by the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education it is sent into the public voting. The […]

Red for Ed

November 5, 2018 4:08pm | Steve Rojas

With the midterm elections coming up, a huge point in the election takes place in our own backyard. Schools have been fighting for funding for many years, but recently, action is being taken as there had been activities that bring awareness to these problems. Students […]

Governor candidates and the issues they stand behind

November 5, 2018 3:59am | Hayley Limes

One of the more pressing issue for Colorado voters in this year is the governor races. You know, the whole “we can’t afford liberal Jared Polis” etc, etc. But who are these candidates? What do they stand for? Well, get ready to meet: Jared Polis: […]

What is a midterm election?

November 1, 2018 4:41am | Megan Montgomery

Election season is upon us. It’s impossible to avoid, between the ads on your phones and on your televisions and the signs in your neighbor’s lawns. Everyone knows there’s an election, but what exactly are we voting for on November 6th? This election is the […]

LPS District hosts Sources of Strength community event

October 30, 2018 4:24am | Hannah Sanders

Monday, October 29 parents, faculty, students and members of the Littleton community gathered to value the importance of mental health and learn how to better support young people.  The “We Are Stronger” Community Event was hosted by Littleton Public Schools at the South Fellowship Church […]

Fall Production “Rumors” Review

October 26, 2018 11:02am | Kate Lurie

As another Autumn falls upon Littleton High School’s Performing Arts, this years play is the acclaimed play “Rumors” by Neil Simon  and is a hilarious production about the disastrous dinner party between 4 wealthy couples in New York. This classic comedy tells the story of […]