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Summer Tennis Camp at Cass

Summer Tennis Camp at Cass

May 27, 2017
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The Spring Band Concert and Awards

The Spring Band Concert and Awards

Kameron Schreckenghaust, Senior Writer
May 18, 2017
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The Lewis Cass Bands will put on the Spring concert this Friday night. Awards and blankets are also given to seniors for their senior night. The concert includes pieces played by Galveston’s 6th grade band, the 7th grade band, the 8th grade band, the High School Jazz Band and the High School Conce...

Lewis Cass Scholarship Night

Lewis Cass Scholarship Night

May 8, 2017
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  Each spring students, parents, and faculty members of Lewis Cass flock to the scholarship night. Students have diligently worked hard for four years in hopes of getting recognition. Parents become ecstatic at what their students have earned. Faculty love seeing how far their students have com...

Ryan’s Recycling Company

Ryan’s Recycling Company

Kameron Schreckenghaust, Senior Writer
May 1, 2017
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Never in a million years would people imagine a 7 year old running his very own business. However, it seems today that nearly anything is possible. Ryan Hickman, a seven year old who lives in California, is currently the CEO, manager and employee of his own company: Ryan’s Recycling Company. Ryan Hic...

A Life Saving Addition to the Golden Gate Bridge

A Life Saving Addition to the Golden Gate Bridge

April 21, 2017
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Did you know that suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States? Did you know that for every suicide there are 25 attempts? Suicide is a major problem that has been around for years. Teenagers, children, adults, and the elderly are all possible victims to suicide. In California, near...

MLB Welcomes a New Call System

MLB Welcomes a New Call System

Kirstyn Kiger, Junior Writer
April 20, 2017
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Anyone who watches live sporting events knows how aggravating it can be when umpires are asked to look over a play. It takes time away from the action, and it keeps the game from coming to an end. Watching the World Series, I would see lots of plays that I thought were called wrong. Thankfully, the t...

FCCLA State Leadership Conference

FCCLA State Leadership Conference

Lucy Mae Wagoner, Junior Writer
March 14, 2017
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The Lewis Cass FCCLA chapter took nine members to conference and six of them competed in a STAR Event; STAR Event stands for students taking action with recognition. A STAR Event is a competition that a member can take to nationals if a person wins their category. Baylie Bryan and Alexis Goltz competed...

The New GOP Medicare Plan

Marisol Karmel, Junior Writer
March 9, 2017
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The GOP unveiled their plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act or more commonly known as Obamacare. Obamacare made sure insurance policies couldn’t discriminate against sick people, everyone has to buy health insurance, and it made health insurance possible for those who can’t afford it...

Lights Out Lewis Cass

Lights Out Lewis Cass

Brady Johnson, Junior Writer
March 9, 2017
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Yesterday, the students and faculty of Lewis Cass took part in a power outage during the school day due to the sharp, strident winds blowing over power lines in the area. The outage resolved in the dismissing from school early as well as canceling all after school activities except for the band concert in ...

America: A Country Divided

Drake Hall, Senior Writer
March 8, 2017
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I can’t look at a TV or a newspaper or even my phone without seeing hate. I am not talking about hate towards different countries or different businesses. I am talking about the hate between Americans. Social media is riddled with this hate whether it is from the right or the left. The hate is still ...

The Winter Band Concert

The Winter Band Concert

Kameron Schreckenghaust, Senior Writer
March 8, 2017
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The Lewis Cass Bands will put on a concert Wednesday night. The concert includes pieces played by the 7th grade band, the 8th grade band, and the high school band. The 7th grade band performance includes the selections “Warlords” by David Gorham, “Chapel Chimes” by Acton Ostling, and “Reneg...

Help still needed in Delphi murder investigation

Help still needed in Delphi murder investigation

Kameron Schreckenghaust, Senior Writer
March 1, 2017
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On February 13, 2017, Abigail “Abby” Williams and Liberty “Libby” German were reported missing after hiking near Delphi Historic Trails. The teens were discovered a day later along a railroad bridge near Deer Creek. No arrests have occurred at this moment. Police released a photo of a man who they su...

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