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WV’s County Alert System Map Compromises Public Safety

The County Alert System map, as of 11-30-20
December 3, 2020

Recently, a lot of attention has been focused on West Virginia’s County Alert System map, and how it reports COVID-19 numbers. The map is skewed in order to make a county look better on the map than...

Is It Safe?

Students remain socially distant during school hours.
Opinion
November 25, 2020

  With the return of a 4-day week for both LCHS and RLBMS beginning Nov 16, there are some safety and scheduling concerns. We should not go back 4 days until the second semester for...

Thumbs Up and Down

Thumbs Up and Down
October 26, 2020

  Thumbs up to school starting.  We never thought we would say this, but after six months, we are happy to be back. Thumbs up to our school nursing personnel who have worked so diligently...

Makayla’s Coronavirus Tips & Tricks for Being Stuck at Home

Makayla's Coronavirus Tips & Tricks for Being Stuck at Home
April 11, 2020

As we already know being stuck at home with your siblings and parents can sometimes be a struggle and with being put on "lockdown" at your home is the worst. You can't just leave to get away for awhile,...

Social Media takes on COVID-19

Social Media takes on COVID-19
April 11, 2020

Many social media apps have become increasingly popular for students, parents, and teachers as people across the world scramble to find an alternative to face-to-face, in-person interaction. The COVID-19...

Editorial: Students want repeal of cell phone policy

Editorial: Students want repeal of cell phone policy
December 17, 2019

For the first time in school history, LCHS students are not permitted to carry our phones to any of the academic areas. Students are permitted to use their phones before and after school and during...

Editorial: Traffic Light Needed at the “Bottom of the Hill”

Drone footage captures the intersection of Rt. 19 S. and Minuteman Drive
October 16, 2019

The fatalities that occurred at the Minuteman Drive/Rt. 19 intersection over Labor Day weekend have sparked many emotions among the students, teachers, faculty and the public.   Many people believe...

Q&A: What’s the coolest song on your playlist?

Q&A: What's the coolest song on your playlist?
October 8, 2019

  Freshmen:  “Beer Never Broke My Heart’ by Luke Combs.” - Hunter Davisson  “’Orange Juice’ by Melanie Martinez.” - Raylee Radabaugh  Sophomores:  “’Sunflower’...

Freshman Insights

Rylea Ables
The first weeks of school deemed successful by most incoming ninth graders.
September 18, 2019

For 200 people, August 14 became a new beginning, as new faces flooded the crowded freshman hallway.  Here are some insights that really put the fresh in freshman. Most ninth graders said they like...

Q&A:What is Your Favorite Spring Sport?

Q&A:What is Your Favorite Spring Sport?
April 30, 2019

Freshmen: Alex Romero- "Baseball" Dylan Dever- "Tennis" Allen Williams- "Baseball" Damien Wolf- "Baseball"           Sophomores: David Johnson-...

Q&A: What’s the Best Christmas Present You’ve Received?

Q&A: What's the Best Christmas Present You've Received?
December 12, 2018

Freshmen:  Ryan Dean: "My phone" Tim Hemline: "My phone" Hayden Helmick: "Guitar" David Henline: "$200"             Sophomore: Shawn...

Q&A: What is Your Favorite Thanksgiving Food?

Q&A: What is Your Favorite Thanksgiving Food?
November 15, 2018

Freshmen: April  Messenger: "Turkey" Nevaeh Stickle: "Turkey" Alexis Burkhammer: "Oreo Balls" Shyanna Toland: "Potatoes"             Sophomore: Haley...

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