Little Falls Community High School
By Gabby Landsverk, Staff Writer Fragments of bone, charred wood and metal scraps; these seemingly random objects make up the strange, mesmerizing visual landscape created by Little Falls native Amber White. “Remnants,” on display at the Great River Arts front gallery through June 27, is White...Read More
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      Little Falls Community High School students, led by agriculture teacher Erin Daninger, helped Live Better Live Longer with preparing and sowing seeds for the organization’s community garden in Gamradt Park in west Little Falls. The field trip was an opportunity for the student...Read More
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Little Falls Community High School has announced that Kristin Stewart has been chosen the April Girl of the Month. She is the daughter of Doug and Debbie Stewart. Stewart has been very active in her high school years. She has participated in soccer, basketball and softball, all four years in high sc...Read More
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Where can you hear five jazz ensembles in Little Falls — at the Little Falls Community High School Monday. The students will entertain audiences beginning at 7 p.m., in the Charles Martin Auditorium. Preconcert music begins at 6:40 p.m. “Jazz is the only form of music that is truly American, an ...Read More
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Great River Arts is hosting the annual Little Falls Community High School (LFCHS) Art Show in the Main Gallery during the month of March. The closing reception will be held Saturday, March 28, from noon – 2 p.m., complete with live music played by the Flyer Jazz Combo. During Student Art Month...Read More
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The Little Falls Community High School Robotics Team was one of 60 teams that competed in the FIRST (For Inspirational and Recognition of Science and Technology) robotics competition in Duluth, Feb. 26 – 28. This was the Little Falls team’s third year of participation and it was the te...Read More
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