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Homer girls post two more league wins

Homer girls post two more league wins

by Mike Warner The Homer girls varsity basketball team scored the first 10 points of the game...

Litchfield names Lennard new varsity football coach

Litchfield names Lennard new varsity football coach

by Mike Warner Curtis Lennard likes a challenge. He now has a big one: resurrecting the...

Master of many mediums

Master of many mediums

HHS senior Lilli Grant excels in wide spectrum of art styles by Mike Warner While most students...

LCS celebrates winter festival

LCS celebrates winter festival

by Tiffany Thatcher Litchfield Community Schools is celebrating its annual Miss Terrier Days this...


LCS celebrates winter festival

by Tiffany Thatcher

Litchfield Community Schools is celebrating its annual Miss Terrier Days this week. The basketball game Friday against the Burr Oak Bobcats will highlight the week-long festivities. The Miss Terrier crowning will take place during halftime of the varsity boys basketball game. Students chose “movies” as their theme this year.

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Master of many mediums

HHS senior Lilli Grant excels in wide spectrum of art styles

by Mike Warner

While most students in Joe Mueller’s Homer High School art classes tend to specialize in one specific medium as they get older, senior Lilli Grant is an exception. “Lilli does great work in a broad range of areas,” the instructor noted. “She’s not pigeon-holed. She has a really good foundation across the board. I think she finds a picture that appeals to her and she tries it. Not specializing in one medium certainly hasn’t hindered her ability to turn out great work.”

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Litchfield names Lennard new varsity football coach

by Mike Warner

Curtis Lennard likes a challenge. He now has a big one: resurrecting the Litchfield High School 8-man football program. Litchfield Community Schools Athletic Director Mike Bills announced last week that Lennard will be taking over the football program, replacing Dale Smith, who guided the Terriers for two seasons.

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Homer girls post two more league wins

by Mike Warner

The Homer girls varsity basketball team scored the first 10 points of the game Friday versus Quincy, then scored the first 13 points to start the second half, as they routed the visiting Orioles 60-16. The victory improves the Trojans’ Big Eight Conference ledger to 8-0, 11-2 overall. Thanks to Springport’s 54-44 win over Jonesville Friday, the Trojans now have a two-game lead in the league, as they are trying to win their first league title since 2001.

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C’mon Homer, give Flint a helping hand

The Homer community has a muchdeserved reputation of going above-andbeyond expectations when coming to the aid of a friend and/or neighbor in distress. We now have the opportunity to show the same charity and compassion to people they don’t know.

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Only dogs should judge books by their covers

by Rev. Tim Marvil

My dog is a much better judge of character than I am. Let me rephrase that - one of my dogs is a much better judge of character than I am. We have two dogs. The other one struggles to just be a dog. I feel sorry for him, but then realize he has a pretty good life of food, warm places and daily scratches. That is better than I get some days. I have noted quite often that our one dog, the smart one, is a superb early warning detector of people who can harm you. Most folks he will greet with a wagging tail.

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