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Student News of Liberty High School

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Student News of Liberty High School

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Elizabeth Hamby

Elizabeth Hamby, Co-Editor-in-Chief of The Ledger

Elizabeth Hamby or as most know them as “Hamby”, is a senior (yes oh my gosh a senior). This year is her fourth and final year (ahhhhhhhh) in publications, although this year they get the honor of being Co-Editor-In-Chief of the Ledger. Also whatever you do, do not ask her about colleges or the future. They may have a little bit of a crisis or cry. Um anyway, she is really interested in chemistry and of course journalism, and wants to find a way to combine the two in a career. Nonetheless, they are ready to conquer this year and have fun while doing it!

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Liberty students anxiously await to be awarded a scholarship on May 4.

23 Liberty Students Presented With Local Scholarships

Elizabeth Hamby, Co Editor-in-Chief of the Ledger
May 11, 2022
Anastasiya Zvir is trying to return back to her normal life balancing volunteering and college work but  never knows when bomb shelter will need to be taken.

The Story Of Ukrainian Citizen, Anastasiya Zvir

Elizabeth Hamby, Co-Editor-In-Chief of the Ledger
May 10, 2022
Seniors Experience Their First Official Skip Day

Seniors Experience Their First Official ‘Skip Day’

Elizabeth Hamby, Co-Editor-In-Chief of the Ledger
April 27, 2022
Bella Tegtmeier helps to prepare the garden last spring.

Garden Club Fundraises For The Growth Of Their Club

Elizabeth Hamby, Co-Editor-In-Chief of The Ledger
April 13, 2022
Morgan Feinstein (11) has her hair done by Brynn Bartram (12). Morgan Feinstein says that she is always trying to keep busy with shows, being that theatre is her passion. I didnt skip a beat jumping to new things, Feinstein said.

Dealing With Post Show Depression

Elizabeth Hamby, Co-Editor-In-Chief of the Ledger
April 6, 2022
The three new TVs have been installed to replace the previous bulletin board.

Main Bulletin Board Is Replaced With Newer Tech

Elizabeth Hamby, Co Editor-in-chief of the Ledger
February 16, 2022
Beijings National Stadium was constructed for the 2008 Summer Olympics and is also used for the 2022 Winter Olympics/Paralympics.

2022 Winter Olympics Begin In Beijing, China

Elizabeth Hamby, Co-Editor-In-Chief of the Ledger
February 7, 2022
Indeed is a great resource to use to find local places that are currently hiring.

Looking for A Job?

Elizabeth Hamby, Ledger Magazine Co-editor-in-chief
February 4, 2022
Donated blood is used not just in cases of extreme blood loss from traumatic injuries but also helps patients survive surgeries and is used for cancer treatment and chronic illnesses, said HOSA sponsor Mrs. Strathman.

Red Cross In Dire Need Of Blood Donations

Elizabeth Hamby, Co-Editor-In-Chief of The Ledger
January 21, 2022
This is Noodles the Pug, the 13-years-old pet that has come to control the outcome of your day.

Noodles: Not the Type You Eat

Elizabeth Hamby, Co-Editor-In-Chief of The Ledger
November 8, 2021
It is difficult to tell if a news source is left-leaning or right-leaning without consciously trying to identify biases.

Be Informed

Elizabeth Hamby, Co-Editor-In-Chief of The Ledger
September 22, 2021
Students soak in the posters stationed around the library, courtesy of the 9/11 Memorial and Museum.

The Day That Changed The World

Elizabeth Hamby, Co-Editor-In-Chief of the Ledger
September 21, 2021
There are only 7500 tickets available, so act quick! Scan the QR code for fundraiser details.

WSD Band Fundraiser Will Land A Lucky Winner A Car

Elizabeth Hamby, Co-Editor-In-Chief of the Ledger
September 8, 2021
Sophomore Vito Signaigo poses with his recently created Liberty bell stand.

Decision With A Ding

Elizabeth Hamby, Assistant Editor of The Ledger
June 2, 2021
Notes are hung on the vending machines informing students of the new restrictions on the machines set by Dr. Nelson

The Fall Of The Vending Machines

Elizabeth Hamby, Assistant Editor of The Ledger
May 21, 2021
Students can view the March Madness bracket by scanning the QR code outside of the Library.

Growing Liberty Library Offers Many Opportunities

Elizabeth Hamby, Assistant Editor of The Ledger
April 9, 2021
Staff members enjoy free coffees Wednesday thanks to the LHS administration.

Kindness In The Form Of A Coffee

Elizabeth Hamby, Assistant Editor of The Ledger
March 19, 2021
WE DID IT!! Your back to back StL regional champs! We are so proud of you ladies!! Way to put in work and overcome lots of challenges! Next stop state! LHS Cheerleading tweet on Jan. 30.

#Threepeat

Elizabeth Hamby, Assistant Editor of The Ledger
February 3, 2021
Isabella Holler is passionate about learning about mental health and supporting those who are struggling.

Isabella Holler & A Passion for Mental Health

Elizabeth Hamby, Assistant Editor of The Ledger
January 27, 2021
Toni Patterson, Sara Gordley, and Alyssa Frey are the three seniors on the varsity girls basketball team. They were recognized on Senior Night on Dec. 8 in a 49-47 against Winfield. 

Eagles Win On Senior Night

Elizabeth Hamby, Assistant Editor
December 21, 2020
The best way to wash masks would be either just throwing them in the washing machine or washing them by hand with laundry detergent or dish soap.

Wash Your Masks!

Elizabeth Hamby, Assistant Editor
December 8, 2020
Mrs. Franke records all of her lessons for each class so absent students can stay caught up.

Learning To Cope

Elizabeth Hamby, Reporter
November 19, 2020
RBGs strength in her opinions and words was the pinpoint of her character. She unapologetically stood up to the injustices in the world and the men that overtook it. 

Forever Notorious

Elizabeth Hamby, Assistant Editor
October 8, 2020
Among many precautions, the mandatory masks being one of them, the movies are just another step closer to new normalcy, or as close as we can get.

Theatrical Times

Elizabeth Hamby, Assistant Editor
September 22, 2020
Chadwick Boseman speaks at the the 2017 San Diego Comic Con.

Wakanda Forever

Elizabeth Hamby, Assistant Editor
September 15, 2020
Dinner guests eavesdrop on another guest being welcomed into the the mansion. 
Left to Right: Brooke Huffman, Ben Gagliano, Ashley Russell, Aadi Kadam, Jackson Martin and Lizzie Kayser.

Do You Have A Clue?

Elizabeth Hamby, Reporter
March 3, 2020
This is me, Elizabeth. I have had Celiac for five years and it has heavily impacted my life.

An Uncommon Life

Elizabeth Hamby, Reporter
February 11, 2020
This year the halftime performance was by Shakira and Jennifer Lopez (pictured) along with a couple of other featured people such as Reggaeton artists Bad Bunny, J Balvin and even J. Lo’s very own 11-year daughter, Emme with a children’s choir.

Break From The Game

Elizabeth Hamby, Reporter
February 5, 2020
Although the change that racks up each day your book is overdue may not seem like a lot to some people, that may be the very reason why your neighbor refuses to go to the library.

What’s New In The Books

Elizabeth Hamby, Reporter
January 31, 2020
Mr. Nelson cuts the ribbon with OFallon mayor Bill Hennessy to celebrate the completion of the Paul Renaud Blvd. Extension project Nov. 6.

New Road Extension Opens

Elizabeth Hamby, Reporter
November 11, 2019
Mr. Cole (center) joins Mr. Schumacher (left) and Mr. Walterbach (right) on Tuesdays jersey day. Cole won the title as the most spirited teacher at the spirited week pep assembly.

Spirited Royalty

Elizabeth Hamby, Reporter
February 17, 2019
A total of $446.91 was raised in the turkey drive providing turkeys for the community. Mrs. T.O. had the most donations and wore the turkey costume. Mr. Barker raised $21 and wore the chicken suit.

Wear It With Pride

Elizabeth Hamby, Reporter
November 26, 2018
Freshman Maddie Sanderson asks Courtney Loveless Moore a question while she picked up her business card. Approximately 90 students from Computer Science Principles and the Intro to Engineering Design classes traveled to St. Charles Community College for a field trip.

Approaching the Future

Elizabeth Hamby, Reporter
October 13, 2018
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