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 »

 

Review: Get Out

Madelyn Cooper ’17- Reporter This horror movie laced with intense racial tension, presented by comedian and debuting director Jordan Peele, takes you by utter surprise. The ratings on this film hit it out of the park, achieving 99%

Summer 2017

Amanda Tomlinson ’17- Reporter I am very excited for summer. Not only because of the nice weather but because I want this to be the best summer yet. I am ready for

Seniors Honors Project

Baylee Bowman ’17 – Photo Editor   Lanse Creuse North has the opportunity for all seniors with a GPA of a 3.5 or higher, to participate in the Seniors Honors Project. The Senior

Spring Break 2017

By: Rachel Kircus ’17 April 1st is the first day of Spring Break for the 2016/17 school year.  When I asked students where they were going, a majority responded with somewhere tropical

Repeating high school in college

By: Shayna Schroeder As of March 18th, 2017, seniors of LCN have 67 days left of high school. After that, we have a summer to hang out with our high school peers

These pets look just like food!

A parrot or guacamole??           Puppy or plate of  pasta???             Pug or turkey dinner???               This

Saving Money

By: Autumn Frieze ’17 Many high school students work part time jobs after school and on the weekends.  The average hourly wage for teens is from $7.50 to $10.00, and gives teens

The Vampire Diaries ends with Elena’s return

By: Kayla Chattinger ’17 On Friday, March 10th of 2017, one of the nations most beloved – and viewed- television programs came to an end. After eight successful seasons, The Vampire Diaries’ finale left

Can Michigan build roads that lasts longer?

The Michigan Department of Transportation is trying something a little new this year when reconstructing our roads. Genesse and Kent counties will be apart of this years road experiment . Most roads

Bad Boys

Connor Dailey 17′ : Business Manager   Tonight at the palace of auburn hills the Detroit pistons play the Chicago Bulls with a special halftime show.  Rick Mahorn and Bill Laimbeer the

College Basketball

Matt Alanskas ’17: Online Editor As the month of March approached on us, college basketball fans thought one thing and one thing only, March Madness. Before the madness begins, the conference tournaments

MST takes on Cali

By: Riley Garrett ’18 Every year MST takes a break from all their hard work and goes on a trip. This year they decided to head out west to Cali to visit

Trumps speech to congress

Ben Sassin ’17 sports editor, February 28th was the day that President Trump gave a glorious speech to congress. Trump started off talking about his accomplishments so far in the first month

LCN @ The Palace

By Delaney Nichols ’18 Reporter This past Sunday the LCN boys basketball team traveled to the Palace of Auburn Hills to face off against L’Anse Creuse. Our fellow crusaders struggled and lost

Staying Safe on Spring Break

Baylee Bowman ’17 Photo Editor Spring break is coming up very quickly. Everyone is counting down the days until they get a week off and if they’re lucky spend it somewhere other

Global Warming

Amanda Tomlinson’17: Reporter   The past couple weeks have been very different. The weather has been in the 60’s and then back down to the 30’s. Although the weather and sunshine feel

President’s Day

By: Rachel Kircus ’17 Yesterday was National President’s Day.  President’s day was originally designed as a celebration of George Washington’s birthdate, making it the first national holiday which honored an individual.  Typically,

A day and a half?

Kayla Chattinger ’17 One word to describe mid-winter break: joke. Last year, just as years prior, L’Anse Creuse Public Schools gave two days off for break (Friday and Monday). Even then it

Make America Ill-informed Again?

By Shayna Schroeder ’17, opinions editor Changes to the White House website appeared almost immediately after President Trump was inaugurated on January 20, 2017. The changes include taking down the pages regarding

Valentine’s Day alone

Today, February 14th, is Valentine’s Day! Valentine’s Day is the holiday of love. It’s a time to spend with your significant other and remind them of how much you love and appreciate