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The Effect Of Emerald Ash Borer’s

The Effect Of Emerald Ash Borer’s

Dixon Collins, Sophomore Writer
January 27, 2017
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     Trees, trees, and more trees. Trees benefit everyone and everything. They produce oxygen for both humans and animals. Many people never think to cut trees down, but it’s something my grandpa considered after he had a bug kill 57 ash trees in his woods.      Starting in 2016, hundreds of thousa...

CAUTION: Slippery Slope Ahead

CAUTION: Slippery Slope Ahead

Holly Widner, Junior Writer
January 25, 2017
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Over Christmas break, my family and I decided instead of getting a ton of presents, we travelled to Bloomington to a nearby cabin. Being in the middle of nowhere, we didn’t have much to do other than go to the hot tub, play games, and watch TV every once in awhile. My brother came up with the idea o...

Newseum

January 24, 2017
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The Newseum, as you can probably guess, is a museum all about news. It has exhibits from all around the world and has seven levels of news and history. The museum had an exhibit about everything from the Berlin Wall to Comics and from Refugees to the Civil Rights Movement. All of these exhibits w...

The Mock Election

The Mock Election

Lucy Mae Wagoner, Junior Writer
January 24, 2017
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Many schools have mock elections each year to see what candidate wins their school, but I have never experienced a mock election quite like the one I participated in at the National 4-H Center. Throughout the conference the delegates had an opportunity to participate in a mock election. Delegates wer...

Polite Speech Goes A Long Way

Brady Johnson, Junior Writer
January 20, 2017
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In today’s society, people come in two types. Some people care and some people do not care. When I talk to people, I can notice the people who care and who don’t by their speech. Polite speech has a positive effect on everybody, and it assures to people that others care about them. Living in ...

Every Child’s Saddest Moment

Every Child’s Saddest Moment

Lily Jay, Senior Editor
January 16, 2017
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The moment of truth hit the Jay household this weekend… literally. My youngest brother, Benjamin, found out that jolly old Saint Nicholas is not real. Every child remembers when he found out. I found out when my stocking gift, an umbrella, said made in China. My heart was devastated along with my yo...

Connecting Families: A Parent Support Group

Connecting Families: A Parent Support Group

January 11, 2017
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Youth Services Alliance invites you to join a FREE 6 session parent support group. Check out the flier with all of the information you will need. Anyone is welcome to attend: parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, foster parents, caregivers, guardians, etc. We offer a FREE meal from 5:30– 6pm....

A New Year’s Eve Wedding

A New Year’s Eve Wedding

Jael Forker, Senior Writer
January 10, 2017
Filed under Features

When Keith, my boyfriend, first asked me to attend a wedding on New Year's Eve with him and his family, I immediately thought “How exciting!” and “Of course!” However, my parents had a different reaction. They, like most other people, thought having a wedding on New Year’s Eve was weird. I, ...

The Project of Passion

The Project of Passion

Josie Woolever, Sophomore Writer
December 16, 2016
Filed under Features

“The Project of Passion was definitely the most stressful project that I’ve ever done,” said sophomore Miah Martin. For the past ten weeks the sophomore English and Preparing for College and Careers(PCC) classes have been working on the Project of Passion(POP). The project, given to each student i...

Joe Takes Seattle

McKayla Ramsey, Junior Writer
December 16, 2016
Filed under Features

Many teachers struggle with working the new technology of the Smartboards, but they might actually have a student sitting in class who knows a lot about these devices. Recently, Joe Shaffer took a trip to Seattle to visit the company Smart Technology,the company that makes the smartboards that we use ...

Lewis Cass Baseball Coach Greg Marschand Earns Highest Honors

Evan Ohman, Senior Writer
December 15, 2016
Filed under Courier Top Feature, Courier Top News Stories, Features, News, Showcase

Longtime Lewis Cass baseball coach Greg Marschand will become apart of the Indiana Baseball Hall of Fame for the class of 2016. Coach Marschand has an overall record of 556-385 in 35 years of coaching at Lewis Cass. He joins just four other inductees for the 2016 Hall of Fame class, which will be in...

First Day in Florida

First Day in Florida

Jael Forker, Senior Writer
December 12, 2016
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The day had finally come that Kylie and I got to leave for Florida! Earlier that summer, we were chosen as All-Americans and were given the chance to cheer in the Disney Christmas Parade. So, we raised enough money to cover all the expenses and were on our way! The day I left for Florida started with...

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