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CEA presents their Keystone Library Project

CEA presents their Keystone Library Project

by Catie Jo Tansey, Editor

January 25, 2019


Filed under Fall 2018, Showcase

On January 24 and 25, the fourth Project Lead the Way course, Civil Engineering and Architecture, presented their library project in front of their classmates as well as Mr. Lastova, Mr. Greene, Ms. Thompson, and Mrs. Doll. Over the last few weeks, these students have been hard at work on their fina...

Learning Commons invites students to share what they are thankful for

Learning Commons invites students to share what they are thankful for

by Josh Tidd, Reporter

November 19, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

November is the month of giving thanks and kindness. This is probably because Thanksgiving is right around the corner. At the beginning of the month, the library invited students to write down what they are thankful for and tape it to the window. This gives students a opportunity to reflect and think about ...

News for April 11, 2018

by Lancer Media

April 11, 2018


Filed under Daily Announcements

The second round of shadows for the Career and Technology Center will start soon.  Please see Mrs. Ingraham to Student Services to sign up and get a permission slip. The follow programs are open: Advanced Floral Design, Agricultural Business, Auto Body, Carpentry, Culinary Arts, Electricity, HVAC/Plumbin...

Pat Carson: A familiar face with a unfamiliar backstory

Pat Carson: A familiar face with a unfamiliar backstory

by Matthew Gelhard, Reporter

April 24, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase, Spring 2017

Pat Carson is in the halls so often that most students probably think she is a staff member. Carson substitutes almost every day for many classes at LHS. She might be a familiar face around Linganore, but how many can boast a family connection?  I can. Pat Carson grew up in Chicago, with her mother an...

De-stress with coloring in the media center: Photo of the Day 9/1/2016

De-stress with coloring in the media center: Photo of the Day 9/1/2016

by Alicia Nasto, Co-Editor-in-Chief

September 1, 2016


Filed under Fall 2016, Photo of the Day, Showcase

Adult coloring books are the rage! In fact, in 2015, over 12 million of them were sold. Coloring has become a huge hit, not just for kids learning to stay in the lines, but also for adults to relax and enjoy. This trend has proven to be therapeutic and relieve stress for busy teens and adults. Colo...

Burgers over books: New Market lacks public library

Burgers over books: New Market lacks public library

by Abigail Montgomery and Marissa de La Viez

May 19, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

What makes the typical small town?  A bank, a store, a school, and a library.  New Market has it all, except books. If you live in New Market, it’s no secret that what once was a small town is now rapidly growing into a bustling consumer central. Recently, construction has taken over Old National...

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