Halloween to take over Lowest Greenville

Halloween to take over Lowest Greenville

By Ariana Hajibashi Each Year, the Lowest Greenville Collective hosts a Fall Festival, which is an opportunity for area residents to hang out, support their local businesses and enjoy a fun-filled day of food, drinks and music. On Oct. 26, everyone is invited out to do exactly that, but this year’s festival will be extra […]

Scout leads lake water testing

Scout leads lake water testing

By Gordon Hunter Jack Jackson is an ambitious Sea Scout embarking on a unique project to test the water quality of White Rock Lake, including the levels of e-coli bacteria that at times pour into the lake. It’s testing that no group or individual on a regular basis has done before — until Jack came […]

Homecoming Court presented at pep rally

Homecoming Court presented at pep rally

Lakehill’s Homecoming celebration brought many former students back to campus. Alumni gathered prior to the game on the Alumni Patio for a dinner in their honor. The Homecoming Court nominees were presented at the pep rally and at the game on Friday. The Court consisted of freshman Emory Johnston, escorted by Samuel Rosen; sophomore Sydney […]

Navigating feelings part of kid’s show

Navigating feelings part of kid’s show

Did you know Bob O Link Drive in the heart of Lakewood is the home to an exciting new community center? Northridge Presbyterian Church has added a new wing designed with neighbors in mind. To celebrate the opening of its new Education & Community Building, Northridge is hosting a free outdoor, family-friendly concert event. Northridge […]

Refugees benefit from Eagle Scout project

Refugees benefit from Eagle Scout project

By Gigi Ekstrom For anyone involved in Boy Scouts, the pinnacle of achievement is to be awarded the rank of Eagle Scout. It requires motivation, perseverance and discipline to earn the many required merit badges and completion of a major community service project. Less than seven percent of eligible Scouts obtain this high honor. Lakehill […]

Basketball, TV’s Smith remains grounded by experience

Basketball, TV’s Smith remains grounded by experience

By David Mullen The Dallas Mavericks 2019-20 season begins on Tuesday, Oct. 8 with an exhibition game against the Thunder in Oklahoma City. This will be their first year without Dirk Nowitzki since 1998. While the Mavs build for the future, the NBA, because of offseason trades and free agent signings, has never been more […]

Carnival, costumes, contests raise funds

Carnival, costumes, contests raise funds

The 2019 Hexter Howl, an East Dallas tradition, is this Saturday, Oct. 5. The festivities kick off at 10 a.m. with music, a costume contest, prizes, games, food and more. The carnival, sponsored by David Collier Realtor, is a major fundraiser benefitting the Hexter Elementary’s literacy program. This year’s goal is $15K, which will help […]

GRACE LONCAR FOUNDATION

GRACE LONCAR FOUNDATION

Performances a ‘Love Letter’ to victims By Shari Goldstein Stern On Saturday, Oct. 5 the Grace Loncar Foundation will offer two performances of A.R. Gurney’s Pulitzer Prize nominated play, “Love Letters,” starring Sue Loncar and Earl Browning, Jr. at the Booker T. Washington High School for the Visual and Performing Arts (Booker T.) at 2 […]

Students send 9/11 notes to Memorial

Students send 9/11 notes to Memorial

By Josh Ault As a seventh grade social studies teacher, I always think it is important to make history come alive for my students. I want them to know that the events I teach them happened, and it impacts their lives still today. Every September 11, I do a special lesson on the terror attacks […]

Women score at Hill

Women score at Hill

By Demarion Wreh This year, women’s rights and gender equity became a major focus as all kinds of feminist movements made headlines across the globe. This movement has made its way to Robert T. Hill during football season. All you have to do is look at the sideline and see seventh grade teacher Jennifer Saucier […]