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Katie Stendebach: Repurposing for the Environment

Katie Stendebach, 11, poses at a political rally with thrifted items of clothing.

Sembree Yeary, Staff Writer

May 6, 2020

From a young age, junior Katie Stendebach learned to sift through racks of clothes at thrift shops to find unique items with her grandmother and mom. The days spent at thrift stores in various places turned into a long term choice to help the environment and opportunity to hunt for special pieces.  ...

What Could Have Been

Photo by Tim Gouw on Unsplash

Major Melson, Staff Writer

May 5, 2020

No more NBA. No March Madness. No collegiate spring season sports. No sports.  Because of the COVID-19 shutdown, here’s a list of the top sports moments that could have been.  Legacy Baseball team’s road to state The varsity baseball team ranked sixth in the state this year and finished the season with...

Keeping Up With Your Mental Health

Dudzinski writes about how to maintain our mental health during self isolation

Cameron Dudzinski, Maisy Inlow, and Sarah Akande

May 4, 2020

Social isolation causes strain on everyone during this time of isolation. However, this does not mean we need to let ourselves go. If we nurture our mental health, then we can keep our spirits up and power through this tough time in our lives. Connect With Others Even in social isolation, we have our techno...

Q&A with Dr. Butler

Q&A with Dr. Butler

May 3, 2020

Got questions about school? Changes? Next year? Ask anything. Email us [email protected] or DM our social media accounts. Your answers will post here on Friday, May 8.

Entertainment Update

Thomas writes about the latest news in the entertainment industry

Micaih Thomas, Entertainment Editor

April 30, 2020

Let’s talk about quarantine. Everyone felt excited to jump into free time with no teachers and no annoying students, but time has dwindled. We need to go back into these streets. Times feel weird — the black community experienced a low time because of some hurtful comments from the Barb leader, ...

The Challenge Of Change

Mckinnon writes about the challenges change has brought her family

Jaden McKinnon, Staff Writer

April 28, 2020

For as long as I can remember, my grandfather, whom I call Papal, has loved and cared for us always. He’s a strong veteran that worked hard right after he retired to support his family and to spoil his grandchildren. Unlike the stereotypical image of a veteran: a tough, assertive person, my grandfathe...

Amber Trammell: A New Normal

Amber Trammell, 11, poses with her grandmother during a school ceremony.

Melissa De La Cruz, Personality Editor

April 25, 2020

She turns the TV on, and as she switches from channel to channel, COVID-19 coverage seems to consume every news outlet. In the middle of chaos, junior Amber Trammell remains calm. She glances at her grandmother and feels relief as she realizes everything she really needs in her life surrounds her.  ...

Teacher Madness 2020

Teacher Madness 2020

Trevor Reigh and Ryland Mallett

April 23, 2020

TheRiderOnline's annual March Madness competition is back. We started a month late to allow time to mourn the cancellation of the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball tournament and to respect the seriousness of the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to Legacy's closure and the self-quarantine of all stu...

8 Good Things In 2020

8 Good Things In 2020

Maisy Inlow, Staff Writer

April 21, 2020