Tomorrow is our Homecoming Rally and Game! Show your school spirit by wearing your class colors: Freshmen – yellow; Sophomores – green; Juniors – white; and Seniors – black. For staff, please wear Logan gear or our school colors. Let’s go for 100% participation!
It’s Logan’s 50th Anniversary Homecoming celebration this weekend and we have several events for us Colts to show our pride! All staff and students, family and friends are invited to these events. We have our Homecoming Game on Friday night at 7:00 p.m. It’s senior night and our halftime show will include a full performance of our Marching Band and Colorguard, spirit squad dance, and our Homecoming Float parade. After the game, all alumni are invited to a Meet & Greet in the Student Union for cake and refreshments. And on Saturday, we have our Homecoming Fair from 3:00 – 7:00 p.m. Enjoy food and performances from our clubs, and exhibits about our school’s history.
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President Barack Obama speaks at the
By VOA News
memorial service for the victims of the
shootings on the Fort Hood Army post in
Texas on Tuesday.
Official White House Photo by Chuck Kennedy
U.S. President Barack Obama has marked the first Veterans Day of his presidency with the traditional wreath-laying ceremony and speech at Arlington National Cemetery near Washington.
The tradition honors Americans who have lost their lives in battle, and also the men and women who currently serve in the U.S. military.
At the ceremony Wednesday, the president said there is no tribute or praise that can match the sacrifice made by the men and women of the U.S. armed forces.
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An adult California Gull
By Suzanne Bohan
Contra Costa Times (MCT)
with two immature ones.
U.S. Government photo
FREMONT, Calif. — As biologist Josh Scullen drove toward a maze of salt ponds here in late October to conduct his monthly monitoring of California gulls, he pointed to a green field dotted with more than 3,000 of the birds.
The scene conjures images of a Hitchcock movie — only it's not humans threatened by the predatory birds, but rare and imperiled shorebirds from around the San Francisco Bay.
Only three decades ago, a handful of California gulls tending nests on a jut of land near Alviso were a wildlife novelty in the region, as they preferred such inland areas as Mono Lake to rear chicks.
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