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Taylor Swift Performs at Arrowhead this Weekend

By: Katie Langle The lights dim and the crowd cheers as Taylor Swift walks out on stage. Taylor Swift has been selling out shows for years and now two lucky North students will be in the crowd thanks to the raffle happening at LSN. It costs $5 to be entered to win one ticket and Read More

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Kansas City Symphony Chorus Performs Harry Potter at Kauffman Center

By: Rhayla Huff Harry Potter has been a beloved franchise for over a decade and is still the third leading box-office movie series in history. That being said, John Williams’ music behind the magic is almost as loved, if not more so. To recreate the magic, Kansas City is hosting the live Kansas City Symphony Read More

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Competing for Victory Royale: LSN Fornite Club

By Devin Carroll   LSN competition is fierce with the first ever LSN Fortnite tournament. Fortnite is a popular battle royale game mode of the video game Fortnite Save the World, gaining more popularity than the base game.   Teachers Joey Sullivan and Dustin Benisch created the tournament to give the students what they had asked for. Read More

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A Look at the New Winnie the Pooh

By Marin Carey   Disney has just released the first trailer of the newest addition to the beloved Winnie the Pooh franchise, “Christopher Robin”. Unlike the typical film, this adaptation will feature both live action and animation throughout the movie.   The teaser opens up with a grown up and business-styled Christopher Robin being approached by his Read More

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Ground Control to Major Tom: The Moon is Getting Cell Service

By Jacob Sellinger  To promote and keep interest in the exploration and the colonization outside Earth a group called PTScientists along with other companies like Nokia, Audi and Vodafone said they are sending a satellite cell network to orbit the moon. The PTScientists’ goal is to bring down the cost of exploration and building reusable Read More

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Kian Lawley Fired From Movie after Racial Comments

By Marin Carey     The movie The Hate U Give will have to recast and reshoot after a video has surfaced of Kian Lawley saying the “N word” and other insensitive comments. The movie is based on Angela Thomas’ novel which centers on race and police brutality. Lawley was meant to play Chris, the boyfriend Read More

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How Students Spend Winter Break

By Savannah Henslee   There are many different things that can be done over winter break. Some students spend time with family and friends or students can use the time to chill out and not have to deal with the pressure and stress of school. Students all have different ways of spending break and recalling memories Read More

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Ferdinand: Built to fight. Born to Love.

By Savannah Henslee   In the new movie, “Ferdinand”, the story is set in Spain, where Ferdinand is misjudged because he is giant bull.  He is mistaken for a dangerous beast when in truth he may be a giant bull but he also has a big heart.   Ferdinand escaped from a training camp after his father Read More

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All District One-Act Festival

By Madisen Smith This past weekend, LSN, LSW and LSHS all participated in a District One-Act Play Festival held at LSW. All three schools performed an act. LSN performed Mythical Creatures and How to Approach Them, LSHS preformed Dinner with the Macguffins, and LSW performed The Revenge of the Red Feather Ladies on Friday night Read More

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Kauffman Stadium Celebrates Christmas

By Rhayla Huff   Kansas City will host a musical Christmas night to celebrate the holidays. The Canadian Brass Symphony will be performing December 1 downtown at the Kauffman Center for Performing Arts. It starts at 8pm and the tickets start at $35. Guest conductor, Douglas Droste will perform with trumpets, trombones, french horns, and tubas Read More

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