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Since the 1990s, Wayne DeVries arrived early in the morning to go through the assortment of 25 to 30 tasks he had to do prior to opening the doors of his store to the pub... Read More »
October 18, 2016 • 0 comments
Luke Lusson, Reporter
LT’s Model United Nations club (MUN) will be attending a conference at Washington University in St. Louis from Oct. 14-16, looking to place first in an event where they ... Read More »
October 13, 2016 • 0 comments
Standing ovation for shows
September 22, 2016
As auditions started on Aug.... Read More »
Drop-in centers expand resources
At the start of the 2016-2017... Read More »
New staff sparks L.I.F.E program
The LT special education... Read More »
LT extends AC at NC
LT has installed air... Read More »
NC construction continues
Construction between... Read More »
State Representative... Read More »
Community gathers to remember Kelli O’Laughlin
LT’s South Campus was... Read More »
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What is your favorite Halloween candy?
Adam Janicki, Sports editor
While the iconic 1989 movie “Back to the Future” failed to predict the Cubs as World Series Champions in 2015, this year may prove otherwise. After almost a century of... Read More »
October 25, 2016 • 0 comments
Kick back and read
September 23, 2016
Adam Janicki, Greta Markey and Luke Lusson, Sports Editor, Copy Editor and Reporter
As the season winds down and the adrenaline of conference and state builds, varsity girls cross-country runner Megan Ng ‘17 and the rest of the team prepare for one of ... Read More »
September 23, 2016 • 0 comments
Athlete of the Month: Ben Bryant ’18
Girls golf tees off strong season
While the iconic 1989 movie “Back to the Future” failed to predict the Cubs as World Series Champions in 2015, this year may prove otherwise. After... Read More »
Adam Janicki, Sports Editor
Ever since I started going to DeVries Grocery Store and Market, it has always provided the La Grange community and my family with an array of memories... Read More »
October 11, 2016 • 0 comments
Book Review: “Crippled America”
September 26, 2016
In the Current Affairs se... Read More »
LT student writes book
After assigned to write a creative writing piece in an eighth grade English class at Park Junior High School, Grace Dekoker '19, began to write a shor...
Fantasy Football Q and A:
WLTL’s sports director Cole Tuisl ‘17 sat down with LION to answer some questions and give us some tips on Fantasy Football.
The latest Sunday football tradition
In an age when fantasy football is a near-equal part of Sunday-football tradition as football itself, it seems natural to wonder how the virtual nati...
Pick up the phone
“All anyone does anymore is stare down at their phone screens! No one actually communicates anymore!”
If you’re a teenager, you have heard th...
Drop the phone
Take a look around you-- what do most people have in their hands, pockets, or bags? A cell phone, almost certainly a smart phone. With the new adjustm...
How many times do you look at your phone throughout the day? Odds are you do it a lot more than you actually think. According to CNN, the average teen...
Student recovers from car crash
Student forms independent study
After completing every Spanish level that LT has to offer, Lucy Meehan ‘17 decided to take on a challenge. She was determined to expand and share he...
Students work for Kirk
Over the summer, Brian Zak ‘17 and Miles Hessian ‘18 both worked as interns helping with Senator Mark Kirk's re-election campaign. Kirk’s opposi...
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