Kings' Courier

Everyday Customer

Everyday Customer

Dixon Collins, Junior Writer

May 14, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

     Many people have eaten at the Dog Shed in Walton, but they never seem to notice the man that sits in the closest table to the counter everyday. He is, by far, the nicest man around the community and would do anything to help community members.      Ronald Jansen, a pastor from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, br...

Michaela Pullen loves being an RA at Ball State

Michaela Pullen loves being an RA at Ball State

Brannyn Spencer, Junior Writer

May 14, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Student Life

So what is an RA? An RA is a resident advisor. Some of you may know her, but Michaela Pullen, our own alumnus, is an RA at Ball State University. Her freshman year, half way through, she decided that she wanted to be a room advisor. She wanted to grow as a leader on the Ball State campus and thought it...

Senior Reality Day

Senior Reality Day

McKayla Ramsey, Senior Editor

May 10, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features, Showcase

Have you ever wanted a crash course in everything adulting? Well myself and my fellow seniors got to experience just that last Friday when we all attended senior reality day. Our economics teacher Miss. Smith put on this event for all the seniors to do anything from interview for a job to change a tire and ...

Who Wore it Best?

Who Wore it Best?

Olivia Salyers, Senior Writer

May 10, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Showcase

“A touch of class” was the motto for the 2018 Lewis Cass prom. Printed on tickets, photo booth strips, and even used as instagram captions, this statement captured the student body perfectly last weekend. Lewis Cass was Lewis Class. Because some of the looks were too good not to see twice, I asked ...

Harley Davidson: A True American Legacy

Harley Davidson: A True American Legacy

Westin Miller, Senior Writer

April 30, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

Spring Break is the time where students and adults can relax and kick their feet up.  I did enjoy break this year. My family and I decided to go up to Milwaukee for the weekend.  You might be asking Why go to a colder place? The answer to that question is simple: the Harley Davidson Museum.  The m...

Teaching the U.S

Teaching the U.S

Olivia Salyers, Senior Writer

April 29, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

On June 8, 1925 in New York, arguably one of the most influential women to ever live in the White House was born. This woman was Barbara Bush. Wife of the 41st president of the United States, Barbara served as the first lady from 1989 until 1993. While many people knew Barbara Bush as the wife of Geo...

Surprise!

Surprise!

Hayden Vest, Senior Writer

April 27, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

One of the best feelings in the world is bringing home a new puppy. Puppies are so energetic and full of joy that it’s hard not to love them, and getting them is normally a blast. There are some exceptions to the rule, though, and when you aren’t expecting your 9 year old dog to give birth to puppie...

Indiana Gas Prices On the Uprise Once AGAIN

Indiana Gas Prices On the Uprise Once AGAIN

Josie Woolever, Junior Writer

April 26, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

As a student driver, whenever my phone goes off with a notification from my “GasBuddy” app saying “Indiana gas prices are going up again,” I instantly get sad. Gas is expensive enough when you have to fill your tank every week and have awful gas mileage, so having gas prices rise is not helpful!...

2019 Kings’ Cast

2019 Kings’ Cast

Drew Cornell, Senior Writer

April 23, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

I’m sure many people have already known at this point, but the King’s Cast has become a daily thing for the Kings’ Courier. The old cast was a 25 minute video that was released every Friday. Unfortunately, the video had low view ratings since most people did not have enough time to watch a full...

Autism Awareness Month

Autism Awareness Month

Megan Dishon, Junior Writer

April 18, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features, Showcase

April has arrived and everyone is talking about all the upcomings of the month: spring flowers, warm weather, if the heat gets to Indiana, and spring cleaning. As much as these things sound fun and interesting, this month is a special month for my family. It maybe the month of my mom’s birthday an...

Pathology in the Hundred Acre Wood

Pathology in the Hundred Acre Wood

Kirstyn Kiger, Senior Editor

April 13, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

Growing up, the Hundred Acre Wood represented a world where a young boy could play with his stuffed animals. Within this fictional world where the animals could talk, the play and conversations seem very innocent. With a deeper look into the show, it seems as if it is not as innocent as we once thou...

Cruisin’

Cruisin’

Hannah Young, Sophomore Writer

April 11, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

Every Spring Break since I was in kindergarten my family and I have packed up the family minivan and headed south to Florida. After 18 long, cramped hours, we would arrive at the sandy beaches of St. Pete Beach. This year, however, my parents decided for my brother’s senior year we would be going o...

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