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On Top of It

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Caty Franklin

May 6, 2020

Change has become one of the only constants in the lives of students living through the Coronavirus pandemic. One of those changes is the transition to online school, but LHS students are handling the new system well.    Sophomore Cameron Wright Wright uses a chart to write down everything he has...

Opinions: Let’s Relax

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The Mini Bell

May 4, 2020

Impossible Choices by freshman Madison Dolato Sweat drips down my face as I frantically hit the up and down arrow on my remote. I start to panic.  I don’t know what to watch.   This is all a joke, but the pressure is real when trying to figure out what to watch next during this pandemic quarantine. There is so...

Hooked On Books

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Caty Franklin

April 27, 2020

The Gateway Award recognizes the top books that appeal to high school students in Missouri. Award recipients are chosen from 15 books that have been written in the past year. The LMC librarians send out emails with the books and information about the award and prominently display the books i...

Quarantine Cookin’

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Regan Johnston

April 27, 2020

While stuck in quarantine, LHS students and staff have had to overcome a plethora of different obstacles. One of those obstacles being: What are they going to eat? To answer that question, four members of LHS have shared some of their favorite recipes they have made during quarantine for everyone’s enj...

Iced and Easy

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Jennavieve Carmony

March 5, 2020

For many LHS students, Starbucks, Dunkin’ and Caribou are go-tos for a morning pick me up. For those looking to shop local and support small business, we have plenty of smaller coffee shops right here in Liberty. I ordered a vanilla iced coffee with half & half creamer at Hammerhand...

The Force is Strong With This One

American Government teacher Joe Eikel. Photo by Connor Callahan.

Jennavieve Carmony

February 13, 2020

As the newest Star Wars trilogy comes to an end, it’s time to look back and see what Star Wars superfans loved -and hated- about the Star Wars film, “The Rise of Skywalker.” Some Liked It Fans' opinions on the film are mixed, with some enjoying the film, and some disliking nearl...

How ’bout those Chiefs

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes rallies his fans at the Chiefs parade on Wednesday, Feb. 5. Photo by Emma McDonald.

Ashley Tindall

February 12, 2020

In 1970, the Kansas City Chiefs won Super Bowl IV. Since then, it has been an uphill battle for the Chiefs. Seasons went by without even making it into the playoffs. Last year, they made their way to the American Football Conference Championship and played against the New England Patriots, bu...

What’s Cookin’?

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Regan Johnston

December 20, 2019

The holidays are coming up and there is guaranteed to be one thing on everyone’s mind: food. Holiday food can be hard to make and most high schoolers aren’t looking for Ramen on Christmas. Lucky for them, I spent three hours cooking the three most popular holiday recipes accord...

Into the Scenes

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Emma Stauffer

November 5, 2019

Bright stage lights beat down on actors, their microphones centimeters from their mouths. When they speak, the sound echoes perfectly into the theatre, reaching each and every audience member. Their costumes brush against each other, designed specifically for them and their character. They recite t...

Casting a Spell

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Jennavieve Carmony

October 31, 2019

While the average high schooler might spend a Friday night under stadium lights watching a football game from the stands, juniors Thomas Hand and John Alvey sit in an audio booth high above the stadium and broadcast live to thousands of listeners. Hand and Alvey’s football commentary broadcast is played...

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