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Jordan Jenkins wins Ford Player of the Week

Jordan Jenkins wins Ford Player of the Week

Kevin Willis, Staff Writer

December 14, 2019

Junior running back Jordan Jenkins received the Ford Tough Player of the Week Wednesday. This is a statewide honor for the best player by position.  “It’s pretty incredible,” head coach Chris Cochran said. “It makes me proud of Jordan, and I feel blessed to call him one of my players. It...

Teacher Presents Culture Through Dance

Teacher Presents Culture Through Dance

Andrew Velarde and Marlee Sorrells

December 12, 2019

She sets her alarm reluctantly as she settles down after a two hour dance practice at her friend’s house. Her feet ache. She wants to call in sick, but she reminds herself of the discipline the women around her have and how they’re doing the same thing she is, just not exactly as she does. Spa...

Donations Needed for Andrea’s Closet

Donations Needed for Andrea’s Closet

Brady Blaylock, Video Editor

December 6, 2019

The high school clothing and supply closet is in need of donations. Teacher Stacie Wheeler started Andrea's Closet last year with items to help the needs of less fortunate students on the campus. The closet is located in room 200, with supplies such as underwear, deodorant, shoes, toiletries and other nec...

Student Spotlight of Sydni Segroves

Student Spotlight of Sydni Segroves

John Park, Copy Editor

November 29, 2019

     The cheer of the crowd and the low hum of the announcer through the stadium speaker as the familiar melody comes in once she starts her performance. This familiar friday night experience is something that Senior Sydni Segroves has been reveling in for years.      Segroves is captain of the Star Step...

No Longer Judged By A Different Standard

No Longer Judged By A Different Standard

Colleen Starkey, Editor-in-Chief

November 29, 2019

Tempo. Performance. Precision. Military bands across the state know these words well. However, this style of marching has become much more rare than it once was, as schools switch over to the more theatrical, dramatic performances of corps bands. The remaining military bands meet once a year in a com...

Life Skills Students Participate in Competitive Bowling

Life Skills Students Participate in Competitive Bowling

Marlee Sorrells, Staff Writer

November 22, 2019

The Life Skills students competed at the annual bowling tournament in Longview earlier this month. This event was open for students from many schools to attend and is designed to give groups a sense of teamwork.  “They get to actually participate in a sport, where a lot of times they’re left o...

Student of the Month: Raul Duran [November]

Student of the Month: Raul Duran [November]

NLM

November 22, 2019

LHS Principal Jeremy Chilek gave out the November L.E.A.D (Lindale Eagle Award of Distinction) honor to sophomore Raul Duran today. "Raul is an outstanding individual who's always helpful with everyone around him," Principal Jeremy Chilek said. "He's one that teachers brag about in the classroom,...

Newspaper Staff Begins Podcast

Newspaper Staff Begins Podcast

Sam Lee, Staff Writer

November 8, 2019

The newspaper staff started the EagleCast podcast October 18 and is hosted by juniors Kevin Willis and Zach Jones and senior Haley Bass. The podcast was started due to the high demand throughout the school from students.   “To listen [to the EagleCast], go to the Spotify link directly on the Eagl...

Custodian Performs Act of Kindness for Child

Custodian Performs Act of Kindness for Child

Samuel Young, Social Officer

October 28, 2019

He dashes down the hallway with his prize, evading sight from the school custodians and finally returning to his hiding place in the restrooms, adding this sign to his collection. Almost immediately he speeds down the hallway again, searching for a new treasure. Colin Bolwerk hid various custodial signs fr...

Athlete Spotlight: Seniors Harleigh Thurman and Ethan Thornton

Athlete Spotlight: Seniors Harleigh Thurman and Ethan Thornton

Sam Lee, Staff Writer

October 28, 2019

The clock is rapidly racing to zero. The clashing of shoulder pads and loud squeaks on the gym floor fills up the atmosphere. He pushes back the opposing team from the end zone. She blocks the volleyball against the other team. The world slows down. He runs at the opposing quarterback, and she jumps up t...

Band Members Make Signs for Football Players

Band Members Make Signs for Football Players

John Park, Copy Editor

October 21, 2019

Members of the band are making signs for different varsity football players each week to bring to football games to show their support. They have made signs for six for players at Friday's game. “I originally came up with the idea to make signs to spread the support to every player on the team,...

Job Shadowing Class Goes to UT Tyler to Gain Real World Experience

Job Shadowing Class Goes to UT Tyler to Gain Real World Experience

Andrew Velarde, Staff Writer

October 21, 2019

On Tuesday, the job shadowing class went to UT Health and had Dr. Mickey Slimp explain to them how technology enhances medical care through patient education. The class goes to different health care job environments to learn and gain real world experience by having different therapists, doctors, nurses, an...

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