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A certain life: Throughout the US,  a number African Americans are getting harassed by cops and getting killed by them. The death of George Floyd in Minnesota sparked people to demand change. To show support, people around are protesting against police brutality and showing love and support to African Americans and the Black Lives Matter Movement. A peaceful protest for Black Lives Matter was held in Lake Stevens on June 4 and a number of students helped organize this successful event. “Change for my boys’ life as they grow up is all I want. I want equality for them, no violence just a good life where I know my boys are safe,” Stacey Morris, mother of two who was also present last night in Lake Stevens at the peaceful protest for BLM.

Peaceful Protest in Lake Stevens

Blake Williams, Staff photographer
June 5, 2020
People are suffering in many ways, some that people don’t even see. What about children in abusive homes who aren’t able to leave? What about K-12 grade students who depend on school meals that don’t have easy access to them anymore? What about people who live alone and are struggling to keep themselves busy? What about single parents who now can’t work and are struggling to support their children now and going forward? Many are suffering in many different ways. If there’s one thing everyone can agree on, it’s that we are all ready for this pandemic to subside.

Coronavirus pandemic shakes reality

Selah DeLong, Editor-in-Chief
May 21, 2020
A change in routine for coming home.

Life looks different

April 9, 2020
College isn’t the only way to go

College isn’t the only way to go

Selah DeLong, Editor-in-Chief
March 27, 2020
Nothing but wins: Lake Stevens High School student Wesley Lawson displays his medal from Washington State DECA Area Competition. Many students from Lake Stevens High School placed in the top five for their given event. “In order to win you have to literally be the best in your event, and you have to put in a lot of work and practice in order to be successful. When on stage and you can see how your hard work has paid off, knowing you are among the best, the feeling is unmatched,” senior Wesley Lawson said.

Lake Stevens gets down to business

Talen Anderson, staff Reporter
January 28, 2020
Action! The play is open and these amazing actors are doing an amazing job in their performances: Claryn Langerveld, Brandon Himple, Austin Kime, Leatha Dunkin, Savannah Anderson, Abbey Barney, Morgan Simpson, Delani Spainhower, Ella Balan, Ryan Van Der Put. “What an amazing musical!” Elise Kyes said.

LSHS Drama Club opens “Godspell”

Makenna Sanders, Photographer
November 21, 2019
Your Future Now: Local colleges of Washington state accept college credit that students obtain when attending high school classes. Students who attended the High School and Beyond Night were able to pick up information about College in the High School. “Most all colleges accept the credit, but how they accept the credit can be different, like you could get elective credit instead of a social studies credit or elective credit,” Counselor Angela Riebli said.

College Credit Offered in High School

Talen Anderson, Staff Reporter
October 23, 2019
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