The Purple and White Pawprint

No snow days

Emily Ventre, News Editor

February 24, 2015

It is that time of year again. Students go to sleep at night in hopes of waking up in the morning to look out their windows and see the ground covered in snow. Of course, with snow, sometimes comes the glorious and exciting news...

Where the buffaloed Roam (an ode to the Kansas budget) Carson Tappan documentary

Jacob Benne, Staff Writer

February 20, 2015

The Kansas budget is an interesting enigma, but now there is some help in understanding it. Carson Tappan, sophomore, has created a film on the budget, and with the help of the Kansas Families for Education it is starting to pick...

English 400 studies Beowulf

English 400 studies Beowulf

February 18, 2015

Golf members prepare solo

Emily Ventre, News Editor

February 7, 2015

Spring time is slowly but surely on its way and with spring comes excitement from the students who participate in spring sports, which include baseball, softball, track and golf. Although for some of those sports, preparation...

Cult of Voltaire: The shame upon sports

Kennedy Unthank, Managing Editor

February 6, 2015

Louisburg offers a large variety of sports selections including football, soccer, baseball, softball, wrestling, cross country, volleyball, golf, basketball and track. The hype for each sport varies greatly. For example, football...

LHS: One-to-one initiative with computers

TJ Svoboda, Sports Editor

January 30, 2015

In these following months the U.S.D. 416 school board will decide whether or not to give a chromebook to every high school student. Why do this? Well the school district currently pays for Microsoft Office for every computer in...

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