• October 23, 2019

Who is Lucy Leen?

Lucy Leen, Leesville High School’s newspaper Editor-In-Chief, has accomplished many notable feats in her four years here, yet rarely receives any public recognition because it is strongly advised to not

Senior crowns progress

Senior crowns are a Leesville tradition for homecoming every year. I’ve waited three years, and finally my time has come. (Photo courtesy of Natalie Gore) Every year, Leesville seniors receive

Is it time for a Homecoming dance again?

LRHS has gone several years since last holding a homecoming dance. Is it finally time to change that? (Photo used by permission of Rachel Alvis) Highlights of going to a

Vandals strike Leesville’s campus

Driving into school the morning of Friday, October 22, most students were shocked to find the letters “MHS” vanadalized on windows, school walls, the senior wall, speed bumps, stairs, the parking lot, and over the Marshall Hamilton Stadium sign.

“It brings tears to my eyes; it really does. They desecrated a memorial,” said Amy Wedge, English teacher, about the destruction to Leesville’s stadium, specifically the Marshall Hamilton sign dedicated in honor of the school’s first athletic director who died of cancer in 2008.

The night of Thursday, October 21, an undetermined number of people trespassed onto the Leesville campus, sometime between 12 and 4 o’clock in the morning.