College Signing Day

By: Toni Lahoud ’16 Congrats to the following students that will be honored at the college athletic scholarship signing day ceremony at 12:50 on Wednesday February 3rd! Jacob Mitrak – Football – Northern More »

Water For Flint

By: Miya Leykauf ’16 – Reviews Editor The Key Club is collecting water to send to Flint, Michigan.   Each case of water (16 oz bottles, at least 24 bottles to a More »

Are you ready for the Oscars?

By: Matt Moskal ’16 – Reporter Are you ready for this years winter dance?? LCN will be hosting an Oscar themed dance on February 27th 2016. The dance is $15.00 and will More »


LCU Unites more than just a team

As the Hockey season just starts back up, LCN is switching things around a bit. LCN and LC have combined hockey teams to create LC United. The team plays at Mt.Clemens arena

ABC Family’s 25 Daysof Christmas

Thursday, December 1, 2016 •3:30pm – Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory •6:00pm – The Year Without a Santa Claus •7:05pm – National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation •9:15pm – The Santa Clause •11:20pm

Working out or socializing?

   By: Chloe Acker ’17     As spring break comes closer, many people are starting to get into shape. More girls are heading to the gym to get the perfect “beach bod.”

The Stroop Effect

By: Kayla Chattinger: Copy Editor Today in AP Psychology class at LCN, students learned how one’s senses function. During this discussion they learned that vision overrides all other senses; moreover, it  is

Giving Back This Holiday Season

Autumn Frieze 17′ Reporter Around this time of year, we begin creating mental lists of things we desire to open on Christmas morning.  Buying and recieving gifts is what seems to be

November 2016 Full Issue

October 2016 Issue

Things to be Thankful for

Alexis Zak ’17 Reporter With Thanksgiving right around the corner there are many things to be thankful for like: For the people that are in your life Sunsets Family Music Laughing until

Cancers of November

Ben Sassin ’17: Sports Editor Cancers of November Pancreatic cancer– According to Mayo Clinic, pancreatic cancer starts in the deep tissues of the pancreas. The pancreas is an organ that lies horizontally

Thanksgiving dinner

Gavin McHugh ’17 News Editor With Thanksgiving just over a week away, many people are starting to make decisions about what they will make for Thanksgiving dinner. Parents are frantically trying to

Where Are They Now?: Varsity Soccer Players

by: Eric Ostling ’17 LCN graduates receive athletic scholarships to schools all over the country, yet few people know of their achievements. Scott Boice, who used to coach the Varsity Girls’ soccer

College Football

Sports Editor: Ben Sassin ’17 Well college football was shook this past weekend with a lot of stunning upsets. It was the first time since 1985 where 3 top 4 teams lost.

LC United

Online Editor: Matt Alanskas ’17 The season is fast approaching for our boy’s hockey team. After last years success, both L’Anse Creuse and L’Anse Creuse North combined teams. There are many key


Business Manager: Connor Dailey ’17 As the ballots begin to pile in it is certain that Donald Trump will become the president of the United States of America.  America deserves change and

Girl’s Basketball

By: Riley Garrett As fall sports come to an end, LCN’s girl’s basketball players are getting excited for their season. This year, girl’s basketball will be moving down a division into the

The 2016 Presidential Election

Olivia Frank ’19 Photographer As all of you may know, the 2016 Presidential Election is tomorrow, and with the arrival of a new leader to our nation, we have to say goodbye

L’Anse Creuse United

By: Delaney Nichols ’18 Reporter The L’Anse Creuse High School- North and the L’Anse Creuse High School hockey teams are combing into one this year for the first time. These two teams

Kirk’s Vine Review

Vine is the entertainment network where videos and personalities combine to make hilarious 6 second sitcoms. TOO BAD IT IS SHUTTING DOWN. Twitter, the tweeting social media network, is deciding to shut

Coffee Addiction

Madelyn Cooper’17: reporter Hi my name is Madelyn and I am addicted to coffee. America as a whole has become extremely sleep deprived. Caffeine is a necessity, especially for any high school

Black Friday

Morgan Sputa ’19 Photographer As you may know, “Black Friday” is a big ordeal for a lot of people; it’s the one day that you can get cheap, last minute gifts for