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Freshman Wins State Championship in FFA

Freshman Wins State Championship in FFA

July 9, 2020

Freshman Jacqueline Rand won the Texas FFA State Jr. Prepared Public Speaking Contest Thursday. "It was very exciting," Rand said. "My competition was very talented, and I was grateful for the opportunity to simply compete at the state level.  I could not have done it without the support of my family,...

FFA Convention Online Through Friday

FFA Convention Online Through Friday

Marlee Sorrells, Editor-in-Chief

July 8, 2020

From today through Friday, the Texas FFA Convention can be watched online using this link, https://convention.texasffa.org/. Several students will be competing in various events.  Additionally, Bella Yoder, Riley Campbell, Alexis Hanning, and Easton Rushing will be receiving their Lone Star Degrees. ...

Red Baron Gives Cash Awards to CTE Students

Red Baron Gives Cash Awards to CTE Students

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June 15, 2020

Recently, the Red Baron Building Company provided five awards of $500 each to students in the career and technology department. "Red Baron enjoys supporting our community, and in particular, the students who will define the future of our community," Red Baron Building Company President, Jerry Alexander...

Ticket Trade Day, June 15

Ticket Trade Day, June 15

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June 12, 2020

Monday , June 15    - CURRENT SEASON TICKET HOLDERS - TRADE DAY - If you are a current season ticket holder and would like to change your seat selection you must come to the high school beginning at 8:00 a.m (end time will be 12 noon). At this time you will only be allowed to change the number o...

Carlin Root Wins the the Tyler Museum of Art Annual Senior Exhibition as a Junior

Junior Carlin Root poses next to her a graphite portrait of a young lady named Evy. Root won the the Tyler Museum of Art Annual Senior Exhibition as a junior

Sam Lee, Staff Writer

May 23, 2020

Junior Carlin Root won the Tyler Museum of Art Annual Senior Exhibition by creating a graphite portrait of a young lady named Evy. The award was given on May 4th, and each participating school sends senior entries for the competition with the addition of only one artwork from a junior in their school. “...

Summer Camps Canceled due to Covid-19 Concerns

Summer Camps Canceled due to Covid-19 Concerns

Phoenix Pittman, Staff Writer

May 16, 2020

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many summer camps have decided to close completely or move to an online format. All LHS-hosted camps that use the gym have been canceled or tentatively scheduled to resume at a later date if restrictions are lifted. “For football, we are waiting to see what the UIL allows us to...

LHS Announces Guidelines for In-Person Graduation

LHS Announces Guidelines for In-Person Graduation

Colleen Starkey, Editor-in-Chief

May 16, 2020

Lindale ISD’s annual graduation ceremony will be held as scheduled on May 29 at 8 p.m. at Eagle Stadium. The district is also implementing various procedures that comply with state guidelines to ensure safety for the graduates, administrators and spectators due to COVID-19. “Our goal throughout this time has been to...

Lighting Up Lindale

Lighting Up Lindale

Colleen Starkey, Editor-in-Chief

May 2, 2020

The baseball and softball teams had a combined senior night called “Light Up Lindale” Friday. The event was a way to honor the seniors from both teams because they were unable to have a traditional senior night due to the school closures caused by the COVID-19 outbreak. “They’ve each trained during the summer ...

Bond Construction Ahead of Schedule [Part III]

The front entrance of the highschool mid-construction. Bond construction is set to finish in August

Zach Jones, Staff Writer

April 30, 2020

Bond construction is continuing during the coronavirus outbreak as the halls of the high school are empty. Recently, demolition on the main hallway and cafeteria has begun as construction crews are working hard to upgrade the high school campus. “One positive in all this mess is that construction is really ...

Local Medical Professional Gives Insight on COVID-19 Virus

Nurse practictioner Kelly Cox poses for a picture. Cox is also a member of the Lindale school board.

Joshua Smith, Assistant Editor

April 29, 2020

He walks into the hospital for the fifth time this week, being kept up at night knowing the lives that are at stake in an epidemic unlike he’s seen in his lifetime. He sees the people in masks and wonders when all of this will be over, when all of society can get to a new normal. This timeline is ...

Film Students Win Governor’s Media Award

Advanced A/V students attended a screening of their film in Austin in February.

Joshua Smith, Assistant Editor

April 28, 2020

Advanced film students Jude Ratcliff, Miles Hill, Lauren Knox, Braulio Navarro, Jeffrey Ptak, and Ashlynn Brice recently won the Barbara Jordan Media Award (high school division) from the governor's office for accurate and positive reporting on individuals with disabilities for their film titled “Miniatur...

Seniors Selected as Outstanding Young Persons by Rotary Club

Seniors Selected as Outstanding Young Persons by Rotary Club

Kevin Willis, Staff Writer

April 27, 2020

     Seniors Jacob Koeshall and Emma Grace Cox have been selected by the Rotary Club of Tyler for the Citizens Club to honor outstanding young persons. Every year administrators select two students for this honor.       “It’s really incredible to be one of the two people chosen for the award,” Cox sa...

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