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Main Street Creamery opens second location in Wildwood

Main Street Creamery in Wildwood is open daily from Noon to 10 p.m., currently with limited seating to enforce social distancing.

Jack Weaver, Digital Media Editor

May 19, 2020

Nick Kiser started Main Street Creamery in Washington, Missouri in March of 2018 and has just opened his second location in Wildwood Town Center. They are open daily from Noon to 10 p.m., currently with limited seating to enforce social distancing....

Music department stays connected while quarantined

Music department stays connected while quarantined

Sophia Scheller, Staff Reporter

May 18, 2020

Music classes have continued making music from their homes while quarantined due to COVID-19.

Staying connected socially while quarantined

Staying connected socially while quarantined

Sam Knutson, Staff Reporter

May 14, 2020

While quarantined at home, students and staff are finding ways to stay connected socially with their friends and family.

How to properly wash your hands

How to properly wash your hands

Emily Budde, Staff Reporter

April 30, 2020

As businesses and local officials discuss reopening in the near future, here's an update on how to properly wash you hands to stay safe.

Staying connected to religion while quarantined

Staying connected to religion while quarantined

Micah Bounds, Staff Reporter

April 29, 2020

Being quarantined at home means being separated from our routine lives. However, senior Parker Ockerhausen has committed to staying connected to his religion while at home.

Key competes in power soccer league

Hall monitor Ryan Key plays power soccer for the St. Louis Arrows.

Sophia Scheller, Staff Reporter

April 15, 2020

Hall monitor Ryan Key plays power soccer for the St. Louis Arrows. Key has cerebral palsy and is legally deaf, but his conditions don't stop him on the court. "Power soccer is really cool because it brings all athletes together from all over the United States. It's really been great because it helps...

Lafayette staff share words of encouragement during quarantine

Lafayette staff share words of encouragement during quarantine

Colin Swan, Staff Reporter

April 14, 2020

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Class of 2021 hosts Taste of West County

The annual Taste of West County event was hosted at Lafayette by the Class of 2021 on Feb. 24.

Ryan Swan, Staff Reporter

April 12, 2020

The annual Taste of West County event was hosted at Lafayette by the Class of 2021 on Feb. 24.

NHS hosts first basketball tournament fundraiser

NHS hosts first basketball tournament fundraiser

Colin Swan, Staff Reporter

March 31, 2020

National Honor Society (NHS) held a three vs. three basketball tournament at Lafayette on March 7. The event raised $277, which was donated to CHADS Coalition for Mental Health.

Smallcakes serving up treats for Chesterfield community

Smallcakes serving up treats for Chesterfield community

Kevin Vera and Joey Weaver

March 25, 2020

Chris Hejna opened Smallcakes in Chesterfield in July of 2019 after getting tired of her day job. "I just wanted a different career. I was a property inspector for insurance companies working outside. After 25 years of doing that, I just wanted to do something different," Hejna said. As of March 25, Smallcakes has remained open for curbside pickup through the ...

Renaissance Celebration Assembly 2020

Renaissance Celebration Assembly 2020

March 14, 2020

The Renaissance Celebration Assembly (RCA) recognized students for their achievements on March 10. Before being rebranded this year, the assembly was formerly known as the Academic Pep Assembly. Here's a recap of the performances that took place at this year's RCA.

Smith joins LHS for Black History Month presentation

Leading the presentation, senior Isaac Dixon asks Ozzie Smith questions during the Black History Month presentation in the Theatre on Feb. 21.

Kevin Vera, Staff Reporter

March 1, 2020

Cardinals Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith spoke at Lafayette on Feb. 21 for a Black History Month presentation organized by his niece, freshman Claireece Cross. Before and after the presentation, Smith took photos with students and signed autographs. If you took a photo with Smith after the presentation,...

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