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During 8th grade orientation, a display was set up to advertise the return of French class and French Club.

French Classes Return to LHS

Jackson Lythgoe, Reporter February 7, 2023

Students will have the opportunity next school year to join a new foreign language class since French classes return after seven years along with the French Club, which previously ended in 2019. French...

 Poking a cat at the birthday party, local radio personality Matthew Paul plays with Getty. Getty went home with a different family after the party. The Humane Society is the only animal shelter in Cass County and relies on donors and grants to keep going.

Celebrating Betty White with Cats

Gretchen Prifogle, Photo Editor February 6, 2023

On Tuesday, Jan 17 the Pets R Us, formally the Cass County Humane Society, threw a party to celebrate Betty White’s 101st birthday. White was an influential actress who was featured on shows like...

The University of Idaho is based in Moscow, Idaho. The university enrolls 11,507 students.

Tragic Loss at University of Idaho

Carissa Dawson, Assistant Podcast Editor January 31, 2023

Crimes happen daily all over the world. However, an Idaho case has recently hit center stage. Four young adults were killed at The University of Idaho. The facts and theories have spread across the internet...

Still in good condition is the promotional booklet of the Logansport High School from 1973. On the right page of the booklet is a picture of the library from when Logansport High School had just opened. Principal Matt Jones was looking through the booklet in 2016 and realized that the library hadn’t changed since 1973. This exact picture is what inspired Jones and superintendent Michelle Starkey to start the renovation of the library.

Update on the Renovated Student Union

Lily Newell , Photographer January 31, 2023

What was once known as the library is now known as the Logansport Savings Bank Student Union. After three years, the wait for this project to be finished is almost at an end. The Logansport Savings...

During a football game, junior Ivy Padilla shouts in excitement with the rest of the cheerleaders. 
He looks so happy. Hes the loudest person on the cheer team, junior Gretchen Prifogle said. Thats why he totally has the spirit in this picture.

Best Photos of 2022

Jennifer Anaya-Serrano, Assistant Photo Editor January 27, 2023

Looking back on 2022 as January comes to an end, the best photos on the Magpie website are showcased here. In a series of quotes, the photographers of Magpie share stories behind some of their best...

Sophomore Kiara DeInnocentes poses with the head of the dragon. DeInnocentes is the coach for the Dragon team and performed at the half-time Lunar New Year celebration at the Twin Lakes basketball game.

Celebrating the New Year with the Chinese Club

Dominique Zamora-Arias, Photographer January 26, 2023

Chinese New Year, otherwise known as Lunar New Year, is a festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year based on the lunisolar calendar. For comparison, places like the United States use the Gregorian...

This image shows the entrance of the newly built school, taken on Jan. 13.

LCSC’s Newest Addition

Audrey Graham, Photographer January 26, 2023

To start this semester, Logansport’s Columbia 6th Grade Academy was shut down, and all 6th grade students were transferred to a newly built Logansport Intermediate School. On Jan. 13, Michael Miller,...

The 2022-2023 LHS Spell Bowl team consists of four members: sophomore Fletcher Duggins, sophomore Valeria Cortes, junior Carissa Dawson, and senior Claire Buck.

Spelling Their Way to Better Seasons

Leah Alder, Managing Editor January 25, 2023

The LHS Spell Bowl Team, led by history teacher Angela Harmon, doesn’t receive a lot of recognition. With only four current members, the success and potential of the team are dwindling. It’s an unfortunate...

One of the many acts that will be present at the Lunar New Year celebration is the Dragon Dance. The dance is believed to be a way to scare away evil spirits and bring good luck to people. It is considered lucky if one is touched by the performing dragons.

Preparation for the Upcoming Lunar New Year

Maddison Sell, Reporter January 17, 2023

As the date gets closer and closer, the Chinese Club is hard at work preparing for the Lunar New Year, January 27, 2023.  “First, we ordered some Asian snacks with lucky bags, accessories, and stationeries...

Dressed as a clown, FFA sponsor Jennifer Fishburn drives FFA President Graci Homburg in the Homecoming parade.

Bugging the Competition

Jerika Razer, Features Section Editor January 12, 2023

On Tuesday, Nov. 29, FFA students went to their last competition for entomology. Entomology is an FFA activity in which they compete. There are different insects they need to identify. Freshman Kaylynn...

Sophomores Ashanta Curry and Emilia Rozzi sing a common Christmas song as sophomore Tate Strong tries to guess the next lyrics. “Tate was really bad when it came to guessing songs,” Rozzi said. “I knew that he didn’t listen to Christmas music, so it was funny to beat him up over that, even though we knew he didn’t listen to that so music.”

Revolution Community Church Creates New Student-Focused Night

Reyna Hernandez, Guest Reporter January 3, 2023

Revolution Church held its first student night on Nov. 6th and its second one on Dec. 4. The goals were to encourage students from grades 6th through 12th to love God, live differently, and lead the way. “It’s...

After receiving her award and flowers, Kaitlyn Hilton posses with Key Club and her husband.

Hilton Recognized for Her Support of Students

Benjamin Atkinson, Reporter January 2, 2023

Kaitlyn Hilton, a 3rd-grade teacher that works at Landis Elementary, was recognized by Key Club for her effective use of time in the classroom while using almost every minute to teach and inspire her students.  “This...

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