Basketball faces off against Eudora

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Matthew Parodi, Editor-in-Chief
December 19, 2014

Returning home last Friday night from Anderson County, both boys and girls basketball teams celebrated wins. But this Tuesday, Dec. 16, was especially meaningful as they faced Eudora in their first home games. Both varsity boys and girls suffered tough losses Tuesday night. Regardless of this year’s... Read more »

Seniors begin work on Government Research Paper

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Kennedy Unthank, Managing Editor
November 7, 2014

Each year, seniors must complete a project known as the GRP (Government Research Paper). The GRP project is a six to eight page paper that each senior must write within the October to November time span. Seniors must pick from four prompts that each must be answered with research. “I think it’s one... Read more »

Boys basketball wins close game on road to sub-state

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Kelly Stone, Managing Editor
March 6, 2014

Tuesday, Feb. 25, the LHS boys basketball team competed against Baldwin, ending with a win and a score of 46-45. The game was close, but the team’s practice truly paid off in the end. Overall, the team feels that they did their best throughout the game. Many believe they utilized some of the skills... Read more »

History students make educational video for final

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Tanner Myers, Sports Editor
December 13, 2013

Of all the electives taught at LHS, perhaps the most interesting class is the International Relations and Conflicts course. Students enrolled in the class are required to make an educational video about a tumultuous period of our history: the Cold War. The Cold War of course refers to the bitter rivalry... Read more »

November Wildcat Sampler

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November 26, 2013

Jason Nelson, social studies teacher 1. If Abe Lincoln and George Washington got into a fight who would win? Lincoln. He has a longer reach and could keep Washington at a distance… 2. If you had a snail that could magically grant wishes, what would you name it? Leopold 3. You have the choice to... Read more »

Author scheduled to visit LHS

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Maggie Meigs, Staff Writer
September 6, 2013

On Oct. 29, Luis Carlos Montalván will be visiting LHS to give a book talk on his New York Times best seller, Until Tuesday: A Wounded Warrior and the Golden Retriever Who Saved Him. Students that have been reading this book have found it an inspirational and heartwarming story. It has touched many... Read more »

Student Starts Young Politicians Club

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John Stambaugh, Staff Writer
February 10, 2012

With all the election process and campaigning happening right now, political prowess is at its highest. The Louisburg High School Young Politicians Club is also a big recent topic and the outcome of one senior’s Graduation Research Project. Harrison Unthank came up with the plan for this club for his... Read more »

GRP of the Month: Brett Herbert Cooks Dinner

Brooke Ware, Staff writer
December 9, 2011

Brett Herbert, senior, cooked a meal for all of the staff at parent/teacher conferences for his GRP. He spent money and time on it, he had to go out and buy all of the food and then prepare it. “It was one of the best GRPs I’ve seen,” Jason Nelson, history teacher, said. Herbert used the kitchen... Read more »

New winter sports coaches ready for the season to start

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Jaden Scott, Editor-in-Chief
November 4, 2011

The winter sports season is rapidly approaching, and it’s bringing five new coaches, too. The new wrestling coach is Bobby Bovaird, who also teaches journalism and freshman English classes. He came from Washburn Rural High School where he was an assistant wrestling coach for two years and a head coach... Read more »