President Obama on Transgender Rights

Written by Ellie Savant, Editor-in-Chief

February 18, 2015


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During most annual State of the Union addresses, the President discusses the status of the nation, from federal deficit, to school safety, to foreign policy. However, despite the fact that gay and transgender rights have been a hot political issue, they have never been addressed nationally by a President....

3rd Annual Wild Fest Comes to LTHS

3rd Annual Wild Fest Comes to LTHS

Written by Ellie Savant, Editor-in-Chief

February 18, 2015


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Sunday Feb. 22, The LTHS foundation will be hosting the 3rd annual Wild Fest. This event is both educational and fun, where exotic animals from alligators to owls are displayed in the LTHS gymnasium. The purpose of Wild Fest is to show the Lockport community the importance of respecting all kinds of...

Prom Dress Resale

Written by Megan Zajac, News Editor

February 11, 2015


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The LTHS Foundation hosted the fourth annual Prom Dress Resale last month on Sunday, Jan. 25 from 10a.m.-2p.m. Sellers were encouraged to drop off dresses in good condition that they were willing to donate or price for the fundraiser. There were about 150 sellers and over 600 dresses of all colors and...

‘Love in the Dark’ Takes 6th Annual Battle of the Bands

‘Love in the Dark’ Takes 6th Annual Battle of the Bands

Written by Ellie Savant, Editor-in-Chief

November 19, 2014


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Friday Nov. 14, the LTHS Foundation hosted the 6th annual Battle of the Bands. For the competition, seven bands gathered to fight for the $1,000 prize. The bands in attendance included ‘Vivid,’ ‘Leafy Greens,’ ‘Love in the Dark,’ ‘Joe Bordenaro,’ ‘Paris Green,’ ‘Test Remedy,’...

Students, teachers rise to ALS ice bucket challenge

Written by Kelsey Bekermeier, Staff writer

October 22, 2014


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In recent months, The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has been sweeping the nation and dominating news feeds of all social media sites. Although the phenomenon is more common amongst students, the teachers of Lockport Township High School are not ones to back down from a challenge. The challenge, in which...

‘Lockport is Home’

Written by Jeremy Quade, Staff Writer

October 22, 2014


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Dan Starkey, long time Lockport resident, was hired over the summer by Lockport Township High School to fill the dean and head football coach vacancies. With those two spots open after the 2013-2014 school year, the LTHS administration believed Starkey was qualified for both openings. LTHS Athletic...

Missing the minute

Written by Jack Yambor, Staff writer

October 22, 2014


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Students at Lockport Township High School have found themselves not being able to leave class a minute early upstairs anymore. This new rule started this year and leaves many students and teachers wondering why. In previous years, students were able to leave a minute early when they were in a classroom...

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