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Seussical the Musical Sets the Stage

Seussical the Musical Sets the Stage

Annie Evans, Staff Writer

October 17, 2017


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The theatre department held auditions for the upcoming production Seussical The Musical on Monday, October 2 . Rehearsals began the following Thursday and the production is set to open November 9. This will be the first full-scale musical production the school has put on in six years. “We chos...

Band Exhibits Award Winning Performance

Band Exhibits Award Winning Performance

Adrienne Parks, Social Coordinator

October 17, 2017


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The band participated in the Mineola Marching Band Festival on October 9 and received a first division rating, a best in class award for Conference 5A and fifth place overall. The competition consisted of two rounds, with Lindale being the only military band to advance to finals. “This contest [...

Art Club Goes on Excursion

Art Club Goes on Excursion

Sydney Smith, Editor-In-Chief

October 13, 2017


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The high school's art club is going on their first excursion this Saturday, October 14. The art club members will be going to the Edom Arts Festival and then will be traveling to the town of Ben Wheeler to take photos. "On these excursions we take a lot of pictures for references and competition pu...

Larger Freshmen Class Brings More New Members to Band

Larger Freshmen Class Brings More New Members to Band

Colleen Starkey, Staff Writer

September 12, 2017


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The band is one of the most well-known organizations in Lindale. This year there is a difference in the band, as there is a larger freshman class and a slightly smaller group of upperclassmen. “There’s not necessarily a decrease in upperclassmen,” band director Steven Moore said. “The freshman ...

Virtual Reality Becomes Emerging Technology

Virtual Reality Becomes Emerging Technology

Anthony Wyatt, Design Editor

September 11, 2017


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Technology is becoming rapidly integrated into everyday life with the introduction of new devices from iPads to smart watches, but what if life itself became digital? Virtual reality is the next step towards digitizing everyday life, and some of the greatest advancements are happening right in front of...

Debate competes at first swing tourney

R. McKenzie

September 7, 2017


Filed under A&E, Accomplishments

Lindale Speech and Debate kicked off our season at a "Swing" tournament in Plano.  Swing tournament means that we competed in two separate full tournaments during the weekend.  This tournament at Plano Sr. High School features competition from some of the largest schools in Dallas (Flower Mound, G...

Band Sweeps UIL Concert and Sight-Reading Contest

Band Sweeps UIL Concert and Sight-Reading Contest

Kaylee Rodriquez, Staff Writer

May 19, 2017


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On April 26-27, the concert, symphonic and wind ensemble bands competed at the annual UIL Concert and Sight-Reading contest at Whitehouse High School. “All three bands earned a 1st division in concert and sight-reading,” head band director Steven Moore said. “We were the only program to have a...

Varsity Chorale receives top ratings

Varsity Chorale receives top ratings

Adrienne Parks, Staff Writer

April 17, 2017


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The varsity chorale competed at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas on April 1. The choir also participated in UIL Concert and Sightreading contest for the first time in five years on April 11 in Whitehouse. “I think the most gratifying thing for me is two fold: just being able to stand...

Art in action

Art in action

Anthony Wyatt, Staff Writer

April 12, 2017


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Rebecca Harrison’s art students are pursuing their artistic interests through a project based on their independent abilities. “Students are working on an independent sculpture that they are creating solely on their own,” Harrison said. “Imagination and resource photographs- It’s to expr...

One-act play cast prepares for upcoming contest

One-act play cast prepares for upcoming contest

Caleb Smithee, Staff Writer

February 13, 2017


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She listens carefully backstage so she does not miss her entrance. The bright lights are familiar to her, but she can't help but feel nervous butterflies in the depths of her stomach. As she hears her cue, she walks out, lines running through her head, not missing a beat. This is what one-act play is l...

Choir competes at Solo and Ensemble

Choir competes at Solo and Ensemble

Sydney Smith, Editor-In-Chief

February 2, 2017


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Choir competed this past weekend at the Division 1 Solo and Ensemble held in Whitehouse. Out of the many students competing, ten Lindale students received a one on their solo or ensemble. Ten other students received a two or three. The Lindale Choir Program will advance eight students to State UIL Solo and E...

Movie Review: ‘Sing’

Movie Review:  ‘Sing’

Andrew Barr, Sports Editor

January 30, 2017


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  Before I saw the movie “Sing”, I assumed it would be the typical animated children’s movie with talking animals and a predictable plot,  and for the most part, I was right. I had almost no expectations for this movie initially. The first trailer I had seen with Johnny the gorilla ta...

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