So You Think You Can Sing?

So You Think You Can Sing?

All County Chorus veterans explain the audition process By Taylor Fraser Imagine you’re in a classroom with only your choir teacher and a song in your head. You’ve prepared for this moment and though you only need to sing one song, and... READ MORE »»

Bruised Back but not Broken Dreams

Bruised Back but not Broken Dreams

Sophomore cheerleader gets injured mid-season, but continues to work hard and practice By Joshua Gray Sophomore Varsity cheerleader Elizabeth Fetscher’s season came to a halt when she suffered a stress fracture in her back during practice.... READ MORE »»

A Nobel Prize for Loudoun

A Nobel Prize for Loudoun

Dr. Robert Eric Betzig won a Nobel Prize after doing research in a Loudoun lab By Amanda Kovalyak On October 8, 2014, Dr. Robert Eric Betzig became the first Loudoun resident to win a Nobel Prize. Betzig won the prize in chemistry for his work... READ MORE »»

The Pride Defeated The Raiders In The "Battle Of Leesburg"

The Pride Defeated The Raiders In The “Battle Of Leesburg”

Heritage High School won 35-32 in what was a great back and forth scoring affair. This marked the second straight year that the Pride took the “Battle of Leesburg” trophy home. Last year, the Pride shockingly defeated the Raiders 21-7 at... READ MORE »»

The Curious Case of Oscar Pistorius

The Curious Case of Oscar Pistorius

The Olympic runner’s sentencing has concluded in South Africa. By Mary Sullivan South African Olympic track athlete Oscar Pistorius was sentenced to five years in prison following his conviction of culpable homicide in death of his late girlfriend... READ MORE »»

Durant Sidelined

Durant Sidelined

Thunder faces new challenges as Durant is out By AJ Gray   Kevin Durant, All-Star small forward for the Oklahoma City Thunder is arguably one of the best players in the world today.  Durability has always been one of his better attributes. ... READ MORE »»

Is it Time to Panic?

Is it Time to Panic?

U.S. Ebola outbreak causes speculation among Americans By Karmine Malhi On September 30, 2014, the first Ebola case was reported in Dallas, Texas. The first patient on U.S. soil, Thomas Eric Duncan, developed the symptoms of Ebola approximately... READ MORE »»

A Heritage Face in the Crowd

A Heritage Face in the Crowd

Freshman Cross Country runner Weini Kelati featured in Sports Illustrated By Andrea Dogbo  Heritage students have accomplished great things, but how many have been featured in a national magazine? As a matter of fact Heritage freshman Weini... READ MORE »»

Ashburn Girl Wins Chess Tournament

Ashburn Girl Wins Chess Tournament

Trailside Middle School student makes Loudoun history By Zach Benson While most eighth grade students are watching YouTube videos or updating their Instagram accounts, Ashburn’s Jennifer Yu is practicing her chess skills. Her hard work came... READ MORE »»

What's said about Outdoor Ed?

What’s said about Outdoor Ed?

Insight on the outdoor education course By Olivia Okoebor According to Merriam-Webster dictionary, the definition of physical education is, “The instruction in the development and care of the body ranging from simple calisthenic exercises... READ MORE »»

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A Nobel Prize for Loudoun

Dr. Robert Eric Betzig, a winner of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Source: freep.com

A Nobel Prize for Loudoun

Dr. Robert Eric Betzig won a Nobel Prize after doing research in a Loudoun lab By Amanda Kovalyak On October 8, 2014, Dr. Robert Eric Betzig became the first Loudoun resident to... Read more »

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Bruised Back but not Broken Dreams

Sophomore cheerleader Elizabeth Fetscher gets her makeup done before competing in cheer competition on October 15th, 2014.

Bruised Back but not Broken Dreams

Sophomore cheerleader gets injured mid-season, but continues to work hard and practice By Joshua Gray Sophomore Varsity cheerleader Elizabeth Fetscher’s season came to a halt... Read more »

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Features

Artig Visits Loudoun County

Photo Credit: Susanne Weers

Students take pictures and record the German band Artig while they perform for 1200 students at Stone Bridge High School.

Artig Visits Loudoun County

German band performs at Stone Bridge High School for Loudoun County German students By Iqra Shahid Artig is a German band that consists of four members from Bochum, Germany. Max... Read more »

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A Heritage Face in the Crowd

http://www.loudountimes.com Kelati crossing the finish line at the Oatland Invitational

A Heritage Face in the Crowd

Freshman Cross Country runner Weini Kelati featured in Sports Illustrated By Andrea Dogbo  Heritage students have accomplished great things, but how many have been featured... Read more »

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