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Seniors celebrate their last year at LHS at the annual picnic: Photo of the Day 5/16/17

Valerie Coblentz, Brooke Bennett, Kassidy Ferris, Miranda Timberlake, and Courtney Green (left to right) look at the 2016-17 yearbooks

by Mallory Maher, Reporter

May 17, 2017

On May 15, 2017, the seniors made their way down to the stadium during fourth period for yearbook distribution, food, and some social time, made possible by senior advisers and parent volunteers. The seniors were served pork sandwiches from Carterque Barbeque and Grilling Co., salads, fruits, and c...

Oh, the places you’ll go: Barbagallo and Green make big plans for their summer before FCC

Oh, the places you'll go: Barbagallo and Green make big plans for their summer before FCC

by Tory Spruill, Photo Editor

May 4, 2017

Emily Barbagallo and Courtney Green will be studying at Frederick Community College this fall. The girls agreed that FCC was a smarter financial plan for their futures. "I made this deal with my parents that if I went to FCC, I would get a new car. Financially, I think that having a car for co...

Class of 2017: NEHS seniors bid a poetic farewell with 22 days left

(From left to right) Class of 2017 members Courtney Green, Garrett Wiehler, Samantha Buckman, Elise Fenstermacher, Rowan Tinney, Caitlyn Kubik, Olivia Wolfe, Rayanne Eaves, and Gabriella Wolfe celebrate 22 days left with sidewalk chalk.

by Tory Spruill, Photo Editor

April 24, 2017

The LHS chapter of the National English Honor Society annually celebrates National Poetry Month with their Poetry on the Sidewalk event in April. On April11, a hot sunny day, members wrote poems, including quotes from Robert Frost, Richard Siken, Rupi Kaur, and many more. Class of 2017 NEHS parti...

Can dogs understand us? Of course!

Bella thrives under the praise of her owner, Courtney Green, a member of the class of 2017.

by Tory Spruill, Photo Editor

September 26, 2016

Hungarian scientists have finally proven that our four-legged-friends understand us, and in more ways than one. According to a study performed in Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, “Dogs’ brains respond to actual words, not just the tone in which they’re said.” In that study, dog...

Neesa Conlon: Most likely to. . . heal others through music

Neesa Conlon: Most likely to. . . heal others through music

by Erin Lafferty, Reporter

July 20, 2015

This is the eighth story in Lancer Media’s 2015 Summer Series: Most Likely to…  These feature stories highlight rising seniors who are becoming role models of Lancer Spirit. Neesa Conlon may just be Linganore's very own Pied Piper. Conlon is an exceptional flute player who, along with the band, brings the school togethe...

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