Kings' Courier

The Freeze is Finally Open

The Freeze is Finally Open

Caleb Johnson, Junior Writer

April 12, 2019


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

As April comes along, students and teachers patiently wait for The Freeze to open. The community often gives it a warm welcome: a massive day of sales. Throughout the course of the week, The Freeze will amass many new customers. Each year the owners and staff work on new flavors and combinations to sat...

An Upcoming Teacher: Madeline Winterhalter

An Upcoming Teacher: Madeline Winterhalter

Ashli Key, Senior Editor

April 11, 2019


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

As a kid, everyone has the dream job that he wants to achieve someday whether that be an astronaut or a chef; however, for some people, they want to have a job with a meaning. I am not saying those jobs do not, but for example a social worker is what I would say is a job with a meaning. It has a purpos...

Exploring the Virtual Kidnapping Scam

Exploring the Virtual Kidnapping Scam

McKayla Thompson, Junior Writer

April 8, 2019


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

     Lookout, beware, and be alert!  Once again this evil world has a new issue that is upsetting to human race. As if kidnapping wasn’t bad enough, kidnapping is now happening virtually. People are receiving phone calls with someone explaining that one of their family members is being held ca...

Mirage

Mirage

Lauren Hileman, Junior Writer

March 18, 2019


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Showcase

This is what I saw when I ran through the show: Sand All I see is sand Miles and miles of nobody My water supply is running out Heavy winds Voices that don’t exist     Sun The beating heat of the sun Hurts to move Things are going dark… Music plays in my head ...

The Refinery adds Fun to Kokomo!

The Refinery adds Fun to Kokomo!

McKayla Thompson, Junior Writer

February 13, 2019


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

“Dancing can enhance your life in multiple ways, through physical activity, mental stimulation, and social interaction.”   Amber Raine Swick, a dance teacher, a wife, and a mom, has started a new journey in her life as she became the new owner of The Refinery in Kokomo that offers a da...

Flying Through my Journey

Flying Through my Journey

McKayla Thompson, Junior Writer

February 7, 2019


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

It’s never just me, and I am never alone. As three people surround me very tightly, I jump into their arms. I have two supporting my feet and one supporting my back. They have a super tight grip on my feet making me feel safe, and my back is supported with both hands. I never have to turn around to ...

The celebration of Groundhog Day

The celebration of Groundhog Day

Brooklynn Fye, Senior Writer

February 4, 2019


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

Holidays are celebrated in a special way, but what if your favorite holiday isn’t a holiday that is normally celebrated? Well, for Mr. Appleton that is definitely the case. How many people do you know that actually celebrate Groundhog day? If you are any kid outside of the Agriculture Department, ...

Pep Club is not Working

Pep Club is not Working

Carl Jay, Junior Writer

January 11, 2019


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

*Editor's note: The intent of this article is not to call out Samuel Miller for not actively doing more for the Pep Club, but to call on the student population to attend more Sporting events. - Carl Jay Last Saturday I attended the Lewis Cass Basketball games against Tri-Central. I often help Mrs. D...

One Last Go Around

One Last Go Around

Josie Woolever, Senior Editor

December 12, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Student Life

November 18, 2018, is a day the class of 2019 will remember forever. This day not only will stick with our class forever, but it will stick with our community and school as well. This is the day we lost a fellow classmate, a friend, a teammate, a neighbor, a sister, and most importantly a daughter. ...

A Legacy That Will Last Forever

A Legacy That Will Last Forever

Reece Rodabaugh, Senior Writer

September 24, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

Do you have a certain person besides your parents you look to for advice or as a role model? Well, mine is Coach Marschand. Ever since I can remember playing baseball and hearing about Cass athletics, Coach Marschands’ name always stuck in my head.Going to his baseball camps as a kid were always a hu...

Big Kings Little Kings: Mentoring the Young

Big Kings Little Kings: Mentoring the Young

Carl Jay, Junior Writer

September 13, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Showcase

Most people at Lewis Cass, LCHS, are aware of the program Big Kings/ Little Kings but don’t know what goes on within. The program was started last year by Mr. Smith, LCHS Assistant Principal, and Mr. LaPlante, Lewis Cass Elementary(LCE) Principle, as a way of mentoring elementary students. After hear...

Velkommen To America

Velkommen To America

Bella Panmei, Sophomore Writer

August 29, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

Has anyone ever gone to a sleepover or spent more than a night at their house without your family? How about moving schools and becoming the new kid? Moving into a new country is way worse than moving to a different school or spending the night for the first time away from your parents. Try going ba...

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