• March 7HOSA Fundraiser at Petro's! Tuesday, March 19, 2019 from 10:30AM-9:00PM! 30% of all sales go to HOSA!
  • February 26Don't forget to buy your yearbook! Only 200 left! Only $65 through December 31st (or until we run out) Take to room 306!!
  • September 26Homecoming at LCHS

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...

Homecoming 2019

Jessica Vasquez, Staff Writer

October 30, 2019

The annual and traditional homecoming football game was played about three weeks ago, on October 3rd, 2019. It was Lenoir City High School Panthers against Walker Valley. Students from all grades came to watch this very a...

Mr. Orr’s Golden Jubilee Year

Chole Peterson, Staff Writer

October 29, 2019

Not only was August 29th Battle of the Bridge but it was also the birthday of a well known, friendly face here at LCHS. This special someone can always be found walking the halls, always willing to lend a hand to any student i...

Extreme Makeover-Bathroom Edition

Nicole Miraflores

October 29, 2019

Over the summer, Lenoir City High School got new bathrooms.They were renovated and upgraded. Bathrooms are a very important part of schools. Not only are they important for their students, but they are important for everyone. They...

Orange You Glad it’s Autumn?

Katie Hutchison, Staff Writer

October 23, 2019

As the first nine weeks of school comes to an end, the students at Lenoir City High School become more and more excited about going on fall break. While some students stay at home and watch movies, sleep, or catch up on school...

The World is Dying: and You’re a Part of It

Emma Neirmann, Staff Writer

September 12, 2019

Environmental issues have been in the news frequently this past year.  The LCHS student body is not exempt from feeling and seeing the effects of this. Junior Autumn Pippin speaks passionately about how everyone can play...

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 ...

New Teachers On The Perimeter

Alana Finger, Staff Writer

August 29, 2019

This year, LCHS has 4 new staff members. We have welcomed these new members at our school. As new members, these teachers face some challenges. When asked if Mr. Lyle was enjoying his time at LC, if he was enjoying teaching here, an...

Cutting the Cash

Evelyn Shope, Staff Writer

August 27, 2019

The budget cut this year cut as pretty brutal according to a news article from News-Herald. "The city cut their budget by almost $500,000. We went from $586,000 to $94,000." Digging deeper into the set-back will allow us to get so...

Back To School

Jessica Vasquez, Staff Writer

August 26, 2019

Back to school can be a very stressful time for every student. Whether that be a 1st grader or a senior in high school, transitioning from one school to another can be just like starting over. At Lenoir City High School there are many students transferring from schools around the area....

Social and Economic Status’s

Beth Langley, Staff Writer

May 15, 2019

Most students are known for their hand work in school, while others are known for their participation, who their parents are, or their social class. Many students are judged depending on the social and economic status of th...