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Businessman Running for President Wants to Pay All Americans
A Delicious Way to Celebrate Math
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Are Food Delivery Services Taking Over?
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Boston Reigns for Professional Sports
New Local Eatery “Zim’s Cafe” Beats Expectations
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High Hopes For Bye Bye Birdie
Ellie Woodward Recognized as Artist of the Month

Ellie Woodward Recognized as Artist of the Month

January 21, 2019

Pops Concert Brings a Christmas Celebration to Remember

Pops Concert Brings a Christmas Celebration to Remember

December 8, 2018

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March Madness Arrives

Ben Philpot, Staff Writer
March 25, 2019

March is one of the greatest times of the year for any sports fan, but especially those who enjoy college basketball. Clevery nicknamed March Madness, the month is full of the biggest upsets, last second buzzer beaters, and some of the biggest names in sports. The NCAA tournament happens every year in March, and it is perhaps one of the most bizarre sports events in history. Millions of brackets are...

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Mike Trout Signs Record-Breaking Contract

Alec Amburgey, Staff Writer
March 20, 2019

The Anaheim Angels star center-fielder Mike Trout agreed on a $400 million, 12-year contract earlier this week.  This makes Trout the highest paid baseball player of all time, and, in fact, the highest paid athlete of all time. Under this new contract, Trout will earn $ 35.8 million dollars each year. It also puts some pressure on Trout himself. Given that the deal is for such a long time, it is going...

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Grace Hager, Staff Writer
March 1, 2019

The 91st Oscars was hosted last Sunday in Los Angeles. One of the best parts of the night, aside from the awards, is seeing what everyone is wearing. Here is a list of the Oscars best dressed.               Lady Gaga: The award winning artists and actress took home her first Oscar on Sunday for her original song, "Shallow" from A Star is Born. Gaga graced everyone in her presence by wearing a 128-carat Tiffany Diamond estimated to...

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Women Making History at the Movies

Erin Oliver, Editor
February 27, 2019

African American females have recently made more prominent marks on Hollywood and in cinema production. As millions of Americans tuned into this year’s Oscar Awards Ceremony, much of the media and public is buzzed about Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s performance and of the Best Picture Winner The Green Book. While these were notable aspects of the ceremony, it is most remarkable of how many African...

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Senior Starts in Music Industry

Dustin Wheatley, Staff Writer
February 23, 2019

Jack Baron, 12, has started producing music for local artists and artists abroad. Jack goes by his YouTube channel Jack Baron, however his music is under “Jack Racer.” Jack started masking music after originally wanting to sing. He noticed that “people took to long to make beats," so he started making his own. He released his first 2 songs in November of last year. He enjoys making music as it...

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The Student News Site of Lexington Christian Academy