Lincoln High School Statesman

Monsters in motion

Monsters in motion

Caroline Sudbeck, Staff Writer

November 15, 2018


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This fall, LHS graphic design students turned Elementary school student’s monsters into living creatures. Graphic design teacher Jacqueline Beilke has taught the class, among other art style classes, for a number of years at LHS. However, this year there was a slight change in the course of ...

More than military

More than military

Genna Sheriff, Staff Writer

November 15, 2018


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LHS is notorious for their academics, sports and extracurricular activities. The LHS JROTC program is no exception. The program has been around for years, demonstrating excellence both in and out of the classroom. First things first, the JROTC program is not a military recruiting service. The pro...

Pondering Patriots

Pondering Patriots

Ethan Kolb and Justin Schriever

November 15, 2018


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Patriot Views on the Midterm Elections

Patriot Views on the Midterm Elections

Caroline Sudbeck, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018


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Inventing and innovating: LHS alum Almir Krdzalic

Inventing and innovating: LHS alum Almir Krdzalic

Lauren Teller, Opinion Editor

November 8, 2018


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2009 was a simpler time. Many LHS students had yet to experience the realities of high school and adolescence. However, for LHS alum Almir Krdzalic, 2009 was just the beginning of something much larger.                                                                 ...

Blast from the past: LHS alumni

Blast from the past: LHS alumni

Caroline Sudbeck, Staff Writer

November 1, 2018


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The current teachers at LHS who also attended LHS as students.

Learning and loving a new life at LHS

Learning and loving a new life at LHS

Lauren Teller, Opinion Editor

October 30, 2018


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“Life is good here,” said Balange. “Life is good. Education is better.”

The misadventures of the LHS marching band

The misadventures of the LHS marching band

Kinsley Kittams, Journalism Student

October 26, 2018


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Remember that one time on the band trip? Is usually how most kids in the band's stories start. With trips that span days on buses filled with eager band kids, there are bound to be some stories. This weekend the LHS marching band traveled to Indianapolis, Indiana, in six charter buses to compete aga...

Serving beyond the classroom

Serving beyond the classroom

Caleb Miller, Journalism Student

October 25, 2018


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They are one of the most influential characters in our lives each day. They push us, drive us and scare us to become our best selves. Our teachers. And while LHS has a large variety among its staff as far as interests and personalities go, among its ranks exists some of the most committed teachers of ...

Conflicting viewpoints: IM 25

Conflicting viewpoints: IM 25

Aaron Condron, Journalism Student

October 22, 2018


Filed under Features, News

IM 25: to some, a blank check to government officials, and to others, a sorely needed allocation to Sioux Falls’ Vocational Schools. Which is it? Jason Glodt, the head of South Dakotans Against Higher Taxes, and Mark Mickelson, the man who proposed IM 25, debate on three key points. 1. Does IM 25 have...

LHS sends a fond farewell to FJ

LHS sends a fond farewell to FJ

Cathleen Weng, News Editor

October 18, 2018


Filed under Features

Every student who attended LHS from the years 2012 to 2018 has memories of the textbook room - the shelves, the carts, the computer and most importantly of all, the man behind the computer. Russell Fjellinger, fondly known by the LHS population as ‘Mr. FJ,’ was the library textbook counter cl...