LqPV Student Fan Section by Jenna Burkleo
It is almost half time of the basketball game. The fans are cheering and suddenly you hear someone yelling from the opposing team’s fan section. You look and it is a father of one of the players. He is yelling at the student section and saying how disrespectful we are. It is now half time and one of the player’s mom walks over and talks to us about how rude we are. Do you think our student fan section is too disrespectful? Read More

Education should be an option for students, and students should be able to make their own decision if they feel they need a full high school/ college education. I believe as a farmer, our fieldwork efficiency and cattle production is lost because I spend most of my time at school and working on school related things. Read More

For those that don’t know I am a video game developer and I take this question and think about it almost everyday. Do I think that video games affect our behavior? Yes. Do they influence violent behaviour? Yes, but it is not the only factor in the way we act, but, it can be prevented. Read More

Coon hunting has become an exciting option for many young adults in recent years. Around here it's a fun activity in an otherwise boring area. I have personally brought people coon hunting for their first times and have never seen people so excited. But coon hunting can be difficult at times. Read More

Do you agree with the way the Eagles fans treated the Vikings? by Molly Holtz

Sometimes there is a lot of havoc that goes on at football games. But do people really know how it feels to be hit with beer bottles, getting called mean names? In this article you will read what all happened when the Vikings went to Philadelphia. There was a lot of unsportsmanship, but there was also some people that were really nice to the vikings. Read More

Put the Phone Down by Grace Olson
On the car ride home from school I ponder the schoolwork which must be prioritized first. I change my clothes, and grab a snack from the kitchen. I glance at the clock, 3:57 p.m., I treat myself to some free time. I pick up my phone and start to watch a video. Five minutes later I trail on to another video. Soon enough, fifteen minutes pass by. I tell myself at 4:30 p.m. I will start to be productive. Awhile later I glance at the clock, it’s 7:00 p.m. and I still haven’t started any of my work. Read More