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Virtual Diversity Festival

Virtual Diversity Festival

Liberty Public School's annual Diversity and Inclusion festival went virtual.
Caty Franklin February 8, 2021

   LPS's diversity festival is just one element of a district-wide movement to educate students on diversity. Throughout the years, the diversity festival has become bigger and bigger, encouraging students...

Transition of Power

Transition of Power

Recap of recent events and what to expect from the Biden Administration.
Paige Hodges January 21, 2021

  The inauguration of the United States on, January 20, 2021, was a host for many firsts including a live inaugural celebration.  "Celebrating America" was a 90-minute special that continued the night’s...

A Storm of Opposition

What you need to know about the January 6th Capitol building raid.
Caty Franklin January 7, 2021

    Most people entered 2021 with the belief that this year would be much better than its predecessor. Unfortunately, America rang in the new year with a violent attack on the Capitol building...

BlueJays In the Hall of Fame

BlueJays In the Hall of Fame

The cheer team was inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame during a ceremony on Nov. 15.
Emma Stauffer December 17, 2020

   Members of the Varsity cheer team filled the HyVee arena on Nov. 15 as the team was inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, alongside other teams and individuals from across the state of Missouri....

Calling All Gamers Among Us

Calling All Gamers Among Us

The online and mobile game "Among Us" is gaining popularity with LHS students.
Regan Johnston November 18, 2020

 Over the past few months, the 2018 online and mobile game “Among Us” has started gaining popularity among teens. Whether the COVID-19 pandemic is to blame or simply a coincidental mass approval of...

Every Vote Counts

Every Vote Counts

Young votes are vital in this election, and new voters could make a significant impact.
Sarah Blankenship and Sadie Watkins October 14, 2020

 Intro     Many students would agree that 2020 is a huge year for politics. Republican and current president Donald Trump is running against Democrat and former Vice President Joe Biden for President....

Protests Against Police Brutality

Protests in the United States demand policing reform.
Regan Johnston and Paige Hodges July 1, 2020

 Activists are making history as protests against police brutality take place world-wide.  The protests in Kansas City and all over the world were sparked by public outrage over the murder of George...

Art by Senior Paige Hammond


Creative writing club publishes their new literary magazine.
Addison Vallier May 18, 2020

  Letter from the Editor Freshman Addison Vallier Founder of Kintsugi  Since I was a child I’ve been taught to dare to dream. But not simply dream - to translate those dreams into...

New Issue, New Opportunities

New Issue, New Opportunities

The last issue of the 2019-2020 Bell celebrates seniors and recognizes teachers who are moving on to new chapters.
Regan Johnston May 11, 2020

Whether the obstacle be a worldwide pandemic quarantine or the introduction of new newspaper staff leadership team during a pandemic, The Bell keeps publishing. No matter what. With a fresh new staff taking...

Photo courtesy of Madison Dolato

The Coronavirus Storm

Families and employers are adjusting to stay-at-home orders.
The Mini Bell May 5, 2020

Journalism students were ready to investigate their first news stories when the quarantine began due to the Covid 19 pandemic They had to improvise to follow new social distancing guidelines. Some of them...

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