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Local Restaurant share Hispanic Heritage With Teachers

Stephanie Hall, Staff Writer

October 7, 2020

September 15th, 2020 was the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month. In honor of this, Culinary has been serving food to the teachers on Fridays for the past few weeks. And on October 2nd, the food was provided by La Lupi...

Why TikTok is Being Banned

Stephanie Hall, Staff Writer

September 23, 2020

Frog Tiktok. Alt TikTok. Cosplay TikTok. Willy Wonka TikTok. And yes, even Straight TikTok. Long ago, the different sides of TikTok lived together in harmony. Until one day when the U.S government attacked and attempted to ...

What To Do So You Don’t Kill Your Family During Social Distancing

Stephanie Hall, Editor

March 30, 2020

Due to many cases in the U.S of COVID-19, all students are at home for the next few weeks. And while everyone is a fan of staying home and doing nothing, after two weeks, your once nice, comfy bedroom begins to resemble that...

Saying Goodbye to Officer Berkley…

Evelyn Shope, Staff Writer

November 4, 2019

Berkley was not only our SRO officer, but a great addition to our schools faculty as well. Berkley was always there for students, teachers, and most importantly the school.  Officer Berkley’s Departing was upsetting for...

The Burger – Reastraunt Review

Jamie Hash, Staff Writer

October 29, 2019

Lenoir City, Tennessee within the last 5 years has been growing tremendously, causing new and efficient employment chains to steer their attention to Lenoir City. “The Burgers” off of 321 is known for its humongous burgers...

Shootings Have Become More Frequent

Darwin Ramirez Lopez, Staff Writer

September 19, 2019

Mass shootings have become more deadly and more frequent. Some have had an especially strong impact in the country.  After many shootings in the past few weeks in the United States, inside and outside the country, everyone wonders ...

Mrs. Boyce Gives A Message to LCHS

Anna Layer, Staff Writer

August 30, 2019

On August 22, 2019 the U.S. History classes, along with various other students, had the honor of listening to Jo Ann Boyce from the Clinton 12 share her testimony. Mrs. Boyce shared a painful time in her life with us with the ...

The Paw-fect Class Pet

Stephanie Hall, Staff Writer

April 19, 2019

At Lenoir City High School, students have the ability to take Career and Technical classes to prepare for their future. Fur those students hoping to go into Animal Science, they can take Mrs. Rose’s classes. And this week, ...

The Edge (Literary Magazine)

Makenna Harrison

March 25, 2019

I can’t do this anymore. Please don’t give up. Please, I’m begging you. I’m really sorry, Tori...you’re the best. You’ll be better off without me anyway. Will, no, don’t say that, please. Let me call you, we’ll tal...

Anti-Vax Getting Demonetized

Stephanie Hall, Staff Writer

March 8, 2019

In recent years, some parents have decided that they would rather their child have polio than “risk their child to autism.” In the age of the internet, they have grown from their private Facebook groups to Youtube chan...

Spidering Through Different Universes

Stephanie Hall, Staff Writer

January 16, 2019

On December 14th, 2018, Sony Animations released Spider-man: Into The Spider-verse. It is the story of Miles Morales and his rise to becoming the new Spider-Man. He soon discovers that there are multiple other Spider-men, wom...

Giving Thanks for Thanksgiving

Stephanie Hall, Staff Writer

November 26, 2018

Thanksgiving is the time of being thankful for our friends, family, and what we have. For many of us, Thanksgiving is a time of stuffing your face full of food, such as for Allie Lewis (9). “I’m going to four different houses (for...