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  • May 20Heavy fog and low visibility will be experienced in morning hours.
  • May 20Tomorrow will be 1st and 3rd period exams.
  • May 20Red Lobster files bankruptcy.
  • May 17Graduation will be held indoors today, begins at 6:30.
  • May 17North Carolina debating bill that could potentially ban wearing masks in public.
  • May 17Texas hit by wave of severe weather.
  • May 16JV and Varsity baseball plays Goochland tonight.
  • May 16Caitlin Clark's first game in WNBA breaks viewership records.
  • May 16Florida passes legislation that shifts energy focus away from addressing climate change.
  • May 15The senior scholarship ceremony will take place today.
The Student News Site of Louisa County High School

The Lion's Roar

The Student News Site of Louisa County High School

The Lion's Roar

All content by Carey Seay
Carey Seay is a third-year staffer on The Lions Roar and will be attending Virginia Wesleyan University majoring in English and communications.

And the story goes on

Carey Seay, Op/Ed and Chief Copy Editor
May 18, 2021
Take a stroll down Main Street for locally-owned dining, ranging from barbeque to Jamaican cuisine. Stop in Main Streets shops for gifts, antiques, even a new wardrobe.

Main street strong

Carey Seay, Op/Ed Editor; Chief Copy Editor
March 22, 2021
Junior Izzy Ward practicing a stunt for the competition routine.

Good luck Lady Lions Cheer!

Carey Seay, Chief Copy Editor
March 15, 2021
Louisa alumni Annabelle Anderson now spends her days caring for 25 Hedlund Huskies in Northern Minnesota.

Louisa alum leaves footprints in Minnesota

Carey Seay, Op/Ed & Chief Copy Editor
January 27, 2021
Local nonprofit continues to give

Local nonprofit continues to give

Carey Seay, Copy Editor
December 16, 2020

Thank You, Lion Pride Run V Sponsors!

Carey Seay, Copy/Design Editor
October 6, 2020
“Ultimately my goal is to have all of [these activities] at some point, but that won’t be able to happen until we are allowed to have big gatherings and do it safely,” Principal Lee Downey said.

Principal hopes to provide normalcy

Carey Seay, Chief Copy/Design Editor
September 11, 2020
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