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What comedy TV show are you?

What comedy TV show are you?

Emily Couch, Reporter April 24, 2023

If you enjoy a good laugh or unwinding after school, you probably have an arsenal of comedic TV shows. We all feel like we can relate with one show over the others — take this to quiz out which one.   Are...

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Pressure spikes

Pressure spikes

Boys Volleyball pushes through challenges
Emily Couch, Reporter April 21, 2023

As school was released, the boys volleyball team scrambled into friends’ cars and mom’s minivans. With only an hour and a half to get to a game an hour away, they were pushing it. Due to a lack of...

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Securing our safety

Securing our safety

Muna Nnamani and Owen Oppenheimer April 19, 2023

After the Robb Elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas last spring, Gov. Greg Abbot mandated school safety measures for districts statewide in a letter to the Texas School Safety Center on June 1. As...

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One pill can kill

“One pill can kill”

Raksha Jayakumar, Reporter April 18, 2023

Fentanyl is part of the nationwide opioid epidemic that’s made its way into our community. Eduardo A. Chavez, the DEA Dallas Field Division’s Special Agent in Charge says that over the last 18 to...

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The bottom of the box

The bottom of the box

Editor's note: This story won first place for personal column in the 2023 ILPC contest. It also won a 2023 Tops in Texas.
Owen Oppenheimer, Reporter April 18, 2023

Editor's note: This story won first place for personal column in the 2023 ILPC contest. It also won a 2023 Tops in Texas.  Resting at the bottom of a box buried below an old preppy school uniform and...

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Joy’s aunt left Egypt for America when she married, but would visit every so often to see her family. Joy’s family moving to America meant they could all live together for the first time in over 20 years. Photo submitted by Joy Aziz

Remembering home

Senior recounts journey from Egypt 4 years ago
Roslyn Dobbins, Reporter April 4, 2023

She could still remember the way Egypt was. The apartment buildings in the city she lived in. The food stalls her family would often buy fresh fruits and vegetables from. The smell of beans and falafel...

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Varsity cheerleader Hallie Brown energizes the crowd during the teams routine show off before nationals.

New heights

Cheerleaders win first national title
Garrison Acree, Reporter April 4, 2023

Moments before their performance at the NCA competition in Dallas, the cheerleading team felt ready. A two day contest running from Jan. 21-22 determined if they would win a national title in their category....

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Sophomore Finnian Shannahan prepares robot 19991 for the next round of the regional competition. Photo Bianca Mahendran

All systems go

Robotics team advances to state championships
Garrison Acree, Reporter April 4, 2023

The MAC is packed with hundreds of parents and spectators as the robotics teams rush all around, prepping their robots for the next match. Among the teams are the Chuckleheads, getting robot 19991 ready...

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Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roe

Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roe

An introduction to the 88th Texas Legislature
Owen Oppenheimer, Reporter March 22, 2023

It’s springtime in Texas and that means two things: tornados and the Texas legislature. The legislature meets every two years to create, amend, and strike down laws. Lawmakers stream in from all corners...

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The tech takeover

The tech takeover

New AI makes revolutionary step in technology
Roslyn Dobbins, Reporter March 21, 2023

Robots that can mimic human abilities are nothing new. Our self-driving cars can “see” its surroundings, robots can move like us, and Siri speaks to us from our phones. But now, artificial intelligence...

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Losing The Fight

Losing The Fight

Local mom tells story of son killed by fentanyl
Harrison Hamre March 8, 2023

Frisco resident Tina Pinotti, balances her full time job, taking care of her granddaughter, and working as a board member for Winning the Fight, an organization that helps families fight the disease of...

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Lewisville ISD School Board Candidate Profiles

Lewisville ISD School Board Candidate Profiles

Owen Oppenheimer, Reporter March 6, 2023
A look at the candidates for this year's LISD school board elections.
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