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Concussion

Concussion

Jessica Pinkston, Senior Writer
October 29, 2016
Filed under Features

Being in America, I believe we all remember or still live in the memories and time of the infamous Friday Night Lights. Those words bring about thoughts of football, a sport that encourages pride in one’s team, gatherings among friends, and everlasting loyalty. The movie Concussion shines a different l...

New Studies Disprove 5 Second Rule

New Studies Disprove 5 Second Rule

Olivia Collins, Senior Writer
October 13, 2016
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Most people in the world have probably faced the dilemma where their favorite food got dropped on the ground. Rather than throwing it away, many people will pick it up and quickly eat it because of what they have heard since they were a kid. If you haven’t heard of it, the five second rule says that ...

OCC Chicken Noodle Dinner

OCC Chicken Noodle Dinner

Lucy Mae Wagoner, Junior Writer
October 12, 2016
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Each and every year I look forward to my church's chicken and noodle supper. The tradition all began in 1974 my mom was a newborn at that time and she has also grown up looking forward to the noodles. Our pastor often jokes to our congregation about the upcoming chicken and noodle suppers because the...

Deepwater Horizon

Evan Ohman, Senior Writer
October 11, 2016
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Last Friday, my family and I went to the movie theater in Kokomo to watch Deepwater Horizon, a movie about the 2010 oil, drilling rig which explode in the Gulf of Mexico. The movie describes how British Petroleum, or BP, runs a corrupt business in which they do not care about the safety or needs of their ...

How Being the Oldest Has Impacted Me

How Being the Oldest Has Impacted Me

Josie Woolever, Sophomore Writer
October 10, 2016
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Some things in life have different impacts on people’s lives and they’re different for everyone. For example winning a state championship could impact one person’s life because they’ve never won anything, but it could impact someone else’s life because they gave it their all to impress a colle...

The Best Season

The Best Season

Jessica Pinkston, Senior Writer
October 6, 2016
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The best time of the year falls after summer. Ever since I was a child, I have loved the autumn. Happy memories of raking leaves just to scatter them when I jumped into the pile gently remind me why fall remains the best season. If you are not one to find enjoyment in jumping in leaves, other reason...

Opening Weekend of Hunting

Opening Weekend of Hunting

Evan Ohman, Senior Writer
October 5, 2016
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Pull the camo out of the closet, go scout the woods, and site in your weapons; the weather has cooled down, which means hunting season is upon us. Sitting in a woods watching the sunrise could arguably be the most peaceful place on the Earth. Some of my greatest childhood memories have happened in a tre...

Bullpen Benches

Shadd McLochlin, Senior Writer
October 5, 2016
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Here at Lewis Cass baseball is taken very seriously and so is the quality of the field and equipment. Coach Marschand, the head baseball coach, came to Mr. Appleton, the leader of the agriculture department, and asked him to help him out with a project. Marschand wanted two benches made for sitting do...

Behind the Still Curtain

Evan Ohman, Senior Writer
October 3, 2016
Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

From the audience we see a curtain. A calm, still curtain, which gives a peaceful, nonchalant feeling to the audience in the auditorium. The curtain presents an irony. The exact opposite of dramatic irony. Almost that of situational irony, where someone sitting in the audience would expect backstage...

Vietnam Veterans Get the Recognition They Deserve

Vietnam Veterans Get the Recognition They Deserve

McKayla Ramsey, Junior Writer
September 30, 2016
Filed under Features

In my short seventeen years, I have learned a few things, but one of the most important is respect for Veterans. I have always been taught to look them in the eyes and thank them for serving our country, something that much of my generation has forgotten. I had the opportunity to attend the Honor Flight Home...

Variety Show hits on many levels

Drake Hall, Senior Writer
September 26, 2016
Filed under Features

Last night was the 2017 variety show. It was filled with jokes, talent and laughter. Last night involved singing, dancing, and even some skits involved. Many of the performers performed more than once  and with different people. Who would have guessed there would have been some many talented people...

Girl Put Your Records On

Girl Put Your Records On

Olivia Johnson, Senior Editor
September 25, 2016
Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

I remember sitting in my room with complete fascination as my sister introduced her record player to me. We listened to the few that belonged to her collection and laughed as we sang along to the music. Although I may not have liked every song we listened to or knew the lyrics word for word, I sang an...

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