Wednesday, May 1, 2013

News preview for May 2nd issue…


Living with MS: how one young woman inspires others

Skiing and shopping…how much better can it get when you are 15 years old? Rachel Jaspring, of Chancellor, was enjoying a vacation in Colorado with her cousin. On the third day of her trip, she woke up with cloudy vision in her left eye. She kept rubbing at it. Maybe she had pinkeye, she thought, and it would get better. Being a typical teenage girl, she wasn’t going to let trouble with her eye ruin her trip. 
But her eye didn’t get better. It kept getting worse. Rachel kept it to herself, thinking “I love skiing, I’m not going to say anything. I don’t want to go home.”

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LHS Drama Dept.looks forward to production May 6

Supernatural forces are at work during the Lennox High School spring play, Johnny Brooke, A Ghost Story by Marian Blair Hollingsworth. And according to play director Krista Bruggeman, it isn’t just about the play itself. The unpredictable weather has made for two reschedules. 
“The late winter weather has been difficult to work with this spring. However, Monday, May 6th is our performance date,” said Bruggeman. 

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