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Mother paid her son 1,800 to Stay off Social Media for 6 years

Mother paid her son 1,800 to Stay off Social Media for 6 years

Cailee Jones, Writer/Reporter April 13, 2022

Ms. Lorna Klefsaas offered her son $1,800 to stay off of all social media platforms for 6 years. When Sivert Klefsaas was only 12 years age, His mother came up with an idea of giving him a check of $1,800...

Calcasieu Kings

Calcasieu Kings

Cailee Jones, Writer/Reporter April 13, 2022

April 9th, the Calcasieu Kings took their first lost against Lafayette. Both teams were undefeated, until they faced off against each other. It was a very good game and both teams worked hard to win, to...

Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks

Cailee Jones, Writer/Reporter April 1, 2022

During Black History Month, we love to honor our African American leaders who fought for the rights we now have today. Today I will talk about Rosa Parkers. A powerful black woman, we didn't give up her...

Part of the ice shelf, the size of NYC has collapsed on itself.

Conger Ice Shelf Collapses

Carlos Este-McDonald, Writer/Reporter April 1, 2022

This is the 1st time an ice shelf has collapsed since the satellites started observing Antarctica almost half a century ago. It was said to be caused by a record low sea level and unusual weather. According...

Exciting upcoming Games!!!

Exciting upcoming Games!!!

Carlos Este-McDonald, Writer/Reporter March 23, 2022

                                     Kirby and the Forgotten Land A new Kirby game, Kirby and the Forgotten Land is supposed to be coming out on the Nintendo Switch in March 25, 2022....

Obama Portraits in Houston Texas

Obama Portraits in Houston Texas

Carlos Este-McDonald, Reporter March 16, 2022

2 iconic portraits of Michelle and Barack Obama are at The Museum of Fine Arts (MFAH) 1001 Bissonnet Street Houston, TX 77005 . They premiered at the Art Institute of Chicago in June 2021 then moved to...

Black Heroes: Robert Smalls

Black Heroes: Robert Smalls

Carlos Este-McDonald, Reporter March 8, 2022

Robert Smalls was an escaped slave who became a member of the House of Representatives, born on April 5, 1839 at 511 Prince Street in Beaufort S.C . Smalls escaped by taking control of a ship, and carrying...

The Accident: Chapters 1-6

The Accident: Chapters 1-6

Ms. Myers, Editor March 7, 2022

THE LCCA OBSERVER IS PROUD TO PRESENT "THE ACCIDENT" CHAPTERS 1-6. IN THIS EDITION, -GUEST AUTHOR ZOE ARCENEAUX- CONTRIBUTED TO THE WRITING OF CHAPTER 4! -GUEST AUTHOR JAYLON MARTIN- CONTRIBUTED CHAPTER...

HBCUs

HBCU’s

Amiah Dugas, Writer/Reporter February 7, 2022

Historically black colleges and universities are institutions of higher education in the United States that were established before the Civil Rights Act of 1964 with the intention of primarily serving...

Traditional Native American Stories: Wendigo

Traditional Native American Stories: Wendigo

Carlos Este-McDonald, Writer/Reporter February 7, 2022

The wendigo is a fairly well known creature that is described to  look emancipated, with eyes pushed deep in their sockets, and grey. Some think of it as a monster with human characteristics or a spirit...

Top 10 Black Pop/Hip-Hop Singers

Top 10 Black Pop/Hip-Hop Singers

Khloe Wolfe, Writer/Reporter February 7, 2022

Here are the Top 15 most famous Black artists in the music industry! Alicia Keys - 'Girl on Fire', 'No One' Whitney Houston - 'I Wanna Dance with Somebody', 'I Will Always Love You' Lizzo - 'Truth...

Lightbox with red lights in dark room with words - we want you!

And the Saga Continues!!

Ms. Myers, Editor January 26, 2022

Attention students  5th – 8th Grade  Can you finish this story?    At the moment, there are 3 incredible chapters...can you write Chapter 4?    Olivia Gaffney was in a terrible...

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