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Weinel portrays high school hero Ferris Bueller in Mr. Linganore 2020

Weinel portrays high school hero Ferris Bueller in Mr. Linganore 2020

by Keifer Spore, Editor

February 21, 2020

Braden Weinel will be portraying Ferris Bueller for the Mr. Linganore 2020 theme: Men of Vision. He made the choice to portray Bueller because Ferris Bueller's Day Off is  one of his favorite movies, and Bueller is a character that he can have fun with.  The 1980's movie features a student who fakes illne...

Field hockey seniors jump for joy on senior night: Photo of the Day 10/17/19

The senior varsity field hockey players jumped for joy to celebrate their last regular season home game.

by Sierra Rossman, Editor

October 17, 2019

On October 15, the varsity field hockey seniors were honored in a sentimental senior night ceremony.  The game itself was played against Frederick High School and finished with a score of 5-0, the home team coming out on top. At the end of the game, the seniors were accompanied by their parents ...

Lancer Media REMOVED: What would our lives be like #ScreenFree?

Ethan Butehorn walks through the halls staring at his phone, unaware of what's going on around him.

by Matthew Gelhard and Bailey Spore

May 1, 2019

When you walk around the halls, what do you notice? For the most part we are zombies with our heads down, although phones are making many tasks easier for us, we are becoming much less social. How many times a day do you think you pick up your phone? Odds are you’re probably reading this on you...

Lancer Media Madness 2019: Round 1

by Braden Weinel, Editor

March 20, 2019

Here's how the competitors see their advantages. Braden Weinel Braden selected the University of North Carolina to be this year's National Champions. He selected UNC because the coach, Roy Williams is an experienced tournament coach, leading the Tar Heels for 16 years, and he knows how to gui...

Lancer Media Madness: May the best Journalist win

Lancer Media Madness: May the best Journalist win

by Braden Weinel, Editor

March 20, 2019

March is upon us, which can only mean one thing… basketball, basketball, and more basketball. Seven journalism students are competing to see who is the best at predicting this year’s Division 1 Men's College Basketball national tournament, or as most people know it, March Madness: Jacob Bolger, Ma...

National English Honor Society inducts 71 new members: Photo of the Day 11/07/18

The National English Honor Society inducts new members.

by Emily Webb, Editor

November 8, 2018

On November 7, 2018, the National English Honor Society held their annual evening induction. An unusually large group, 71 new members, were inducted.  The ceremony began with opening remarks from the advisor, Natalie Rebetsky. Then, officers were confirmed in their positions and given time to talk about...

Independent Living class bakes cookies: Photo of the Day 9/18/17

Senior Hanna Dufresne carefully takes cookies out of the oven in Mrs. Lane's Independent Living cooking room.

by Haley Enders, Reporter

September 18, 2018

It's the first demo cooking day for the Independent Living students in Mrs. Kate Lane’s class.  Lane’s introduction consisted of a short story about her son’s football game from over the weekend and several other short stories teaching lessons about students in the past who have not followed clas...

Teacher Appreciation Month: From kindergarten to seniors, teachers make a difference

These students love their teachers!

by Ashley Martin, Reporter

May 30, 2018

May is Teacher Appreciation Month. This month teachers around the world are being celebrated. Teachers set students on their future paths to success. Kindergarten Sophomore, Brendan Conners went to Twin Ridge Elementary. He said, “Mrs. Kelly Robbins was my favorite teacher because she was a very...

Earth Day 2020: We need to go big because we can’t go home

Journalism students show their love and enthusiasm for the environment by hugging a tree.

by Allison King, Reporter

April 20, 2018

Earth Day used to mean something.  Now, when it rolls around each year on April 22, we pick up some trash or sponsor a poster contest, but that's not enough. The conservation of our planet is important now more than ever. Of the 31% of Earth’s forests, 80% of those have been destroyed due to deforestation. The last male northern white rhinoceros died at the end of March 2018, leaving the species to inevita...

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