The Lantern

Dress up Days
Dress up Days
Morgan Kasa, Erin Kremers, and Jesse Mosser • November 17, 2020

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Taking a break
Inducting incredible individuals
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Marcus Banks, number 16, and Beau Zimmerman, number 46, celebrate a touchdown during the Section Championship game.
One last victory
Belle Freeberg, Sports Editor • November 27, 2020

Just when Cannon Falls High School thought things were hitting the peak of bad news, COVID-19 swept away the remaining weeks of the 2020 football season. The season was supposed...

Madison Burr spikes a storm at the Lake City team.
A season like no other
Jaci Winchell, Sports Writer • November 25, 2020

On Monday September 28th, the Cannon Falls Volleyball Team started their 2020 season with a short, one-week notice. Their first game was played on October 8th against a competitive...

Extra precautions have recently been installed to insure the safety of travelers during the global pandemic.
Traveling during a pandemic
Lauren Ritz, Features Editor • November 27, 2020

There are many different things people associate with flying on airplanes. For those with acrophobia, fear. For first-time fliers, excitement. For those who love tradition,...

Due to the current state of the pandemic, Black Friday shopping will be changed drastically.
Shopping Safely
Jessica Baszuro, Features Editor • November 26, 2020

One of America’s favorite holidays is fast approaching and the excitement is building. Families getting together and gathering around the kitchen table, laughing and smiling,...

A problem of pandemic proportions
Everyone deserves a cape
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Recently, there has been an increase in the number of people infected with the coronavirus, and as a result, schools are taking precautionary measures to keep their students safe and healthy.
Dec.2 Covid update
Grace Miller, Staff Writer • December 2, 2020

Starting on November 30, grades K-12 at Cannon Falls Area Schools will be starting full-time distance learning. This decision was made by the COVID-19 advisory committee after...

Karter Revland, a 3rd grader, recently passed away, and a benefit was held for him and his family.
Revland remembrance
Bianca Caputo, Staff Writer • November 27, 2020

This last weekend on the fourteenth the community came together to mourn the tragic loss of an amazing child. According to the Revland Family Benefits Facebook group page,...

Makayla Bowen gets up in the air for a serve
Full service
Kressin Hartl, co-photography editor • November 14, 2020

Marcus Banks picks up yardage in the Pine Island game
Grinding it out
Nathan Baszuro, Photography editor • November 14, 2020

Makayla Bowen, Aurora editor • June 26, 2020

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