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The Red Ledger

The online student news source of Lovejoy High School

The Red Ledger

The online student news source of Lovejoy High School

The Red Ledger

Elementary students made signs to celebrate Carter. Community members, students, high school athletics, cheer, the Majestics and fine arts were also seen marching down Stacy Ridge to the Dubois’ home.

An unforgettable birthday

Hannah Gonzalez, Section Editor
March 1, 2023
The high school art program competed in the Gold Key Awards. TRLs Dhriti Pai takes a look at some winners and participants.

Art students unlock success

Dhriti Pai, Staff Writer
February 14, 2023
TRL’s Campbell Lester interviewed three sets of siblings from football, cross country and soccer. Owen and Kevin Magee, Camryn and Peyton Benson and Maggie and Katie Mander go sibling to sibling competing with each other during games and practices.

Battle of Blood

Campbell Lester, Section Editor
October 18, 2022
Senior Gavin Goodrich, junior Derek Dang, senior Sam Clay, and senior Peter Godipelly are four out of the five Dirty Drumline members this year. Besides senior Triton Freels, the four led the students at the football scrimmage yesterday.

Meet Dirty Drumline

Will Doig, Staff Writer
September 18, 2020
Robert Benson leaves his driveway in his 1931 Roadster.

To Model A moment in time

Abigail Lund, Staff Writer
January 29, 2019
Junior Ty Hall stands with his horse, King, outside the pasture.

A stable path

Abigail Lund, Staff Writer
December 18, 2018
Junior Jed Jones competes in swim for Lovejoy and Metroplex Aquatics.

Featured Athlete: Jed Jones

Haydn Spooner, Staff Writer
November 26, 2018
Marie Tippit addresses the audience at the Allen Public Library on Thursday, Nov. 15. Tippit was there to talk about her husband, JD, a police officer killed in the line of duty in 1963 by Lee Harvey Oswald.

The flame between them

Suvwe Kokoricha, Staff Writer
November 16, 2018
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