Student News of Liberty High School

LHStoday

Student News of Liberty High School

LHStoday

Student News of Liberty High School

LHStoday

Sophia Seger

Sophia Seger, Reporter

Sophia Seger is a freshman and this is her first year on the publications staff. Last year at Frontier Middle school, she participated in a writing club where she spoke to editors for Wildfire Publications and was picked to be published. Sophia enjoys writing about experiences she has went through. She lives with her father and sister and also has a older  brother. She has nine pets, including six reptiles and three golden retrievers. Outside of school, she spends her time listening to music and taking care of her animals along with hanging out with her friends. She also lost one of her snakes for a year. Sophia would like to pursue a career in journalism or healthcare.

All content by Sophia Seger
The view from the bridge crossing over Coldwater Creek in St. Cin Park in Hazelwood.

Coldwater Creek

April 8, 2019
Coldwater Creek begins right next to St. Louis Lambert Airport and runs through the majority of North County outside of St. Louis, Mo.

Silent Killer

March 22, 2019
Michelle Segers childhood home in North County.

March 22, 2019
The wall built along the land connecting Coldwater Creek with East Humes Lane in Florissant.

March 22, 2019
The wall built along the land connecting Coldwater Creek with East Humes Lane in Florissant.

March 22, 2019
A restricted area where remediation of a small area of land is taking place in Hazelwood.

March 22, 2019
The radioactive materials original dumping spot, St.Louis Lambert Airport, Hazelwood, MO.

March 22, 2019
The abandoned rotting buildings surrounding the area around Coldwater Creek, were they abandoned because the owners discovered the nuclear hot spot their companies were built on Top of?

March 22, 2019
Coldwater Creek is not only contaminated with toxic chemicals, it is also filled with sewage overflow and is littered with overwhelming amounts of garbage.

March 22, 2019
The most recent area of land being dug up along the beginning of Coldwater Creek because of the dangerously high levels of radioactive chemicals in the soil.

March 22, 2019
The River Birch trail head is one of the most popular trail heads in the park.

Weekend Adventures

October 3, 2018
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