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Coach Groff joins the Lewis Cass Basketball Staff!

Coach Groff joins the Lewis Cass Basketball Staff!

Jack Salyers, Freshman Writer.

December 10, 2018


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The Lewis Cass freshman boys’ basketball team has changed a lot this year and it all starts with the coach, Ethan Groff, a young man from Pioneer High School and a graduate from Wabash College. This is his first year as a head coach of a team and he is super excited to have the opportunity to coac...

Happy Earth, Happy Christmas

Happy Earth, Happy Christmas

Annie Daily, Senior Writer

December 3, 2018


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The holiday season is officially here. Thanksgiving is over, and now people are hustling and bustling to get their Christmas shopping done. One thing that is known about this holiday is that it’s extremely expensive. Not only is it costly on the bank account but also to the earth. When people st...

First Time in a Long Time

First Time in a Long Time

Caleb Johnson, Junior Writer

November 29, 2018


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Two weekends ago I did something I’ll never forget. I couldn’t have done it without the help of my cousin Neil. I haven’t been hunting since I was a little kid, and I barely remember it. This year I enjoyed it to the best of my ability. As he and I sat in the deer blind, we patiently waited for ...

Applying to College

Applying to College

Annie Daily, Senior Writer

November 15, 2018


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Applying to a college is an extremely nerve wracking process. This is something that can determine someone’s whole future. Usually people meet their future spouse in college. It determines who you are going to marry, who your kids are going to be, and your career. It’s not easy to decide where to app...

Veteran’s Day

Veteran’s Day

Josie Woolever, Senior Editor

November 12, 2018


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To many people, Veteran’s Day is just another holiday that they don’t view as a special day, but I feel as if that shouldn’t be the case. I feel as if we should do as much as possible for our veterans, not just on November 11th but everyday instead. These veteran’s have risked their lives for us,...

Red Ribbon Week Pep Session

Red Ribbon Week Pep Session

Josie Woolever, Senior Editor

November 8, 2018


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This afternoon we will have the first pep session for a club rather than one of our sports teams that anyone can remember happening. The pep session is being held in honor of Red Ribbon Week. If you weren’t aware the past two weeks, starting last Tuesday and ending this Wednesday, were Red Ribbon Week...

Caught up in addictions

Caught up in addictions

McKayla Thompson, Junior Writer

November 6, 2018


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“I’m so addicted; I just can’t get enough.” Often people hear this statement being paired with drugs, but it doesn’t always happen to be this way. People can be addicted to several different things including sports, people, or hobbies. Although those can be fun to hear about, the ones that pe...

Sleepin’ Joe vs Chinaman Braun

Sleepin’ Joe vs Chinaman Braun

Dixon Collins, Senior Writer

November 5, 2018


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     Politics have stood near our grounds since the beginning of time and today make up a very hot topic.        Election time has rolled around and many politicians have campaigned throughout the state as well as the U.S. Two of the most talked about candidates in Indiana are runni...

New Escape Room in Kokomo

New Escape Room in Kokomo

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Junior Writer

November 5, 2018


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Along with many other traditions this season, haunted houses and escape rooms are a popular activity among many people. Although, lots of people need to go longer distances out of town because many popular escape rooms aren’t near our area. However, these problems are being resolved. Recently on Hal...

An Unusual Break

An Unusual Break

Caleb Johnson, Junior Writer

November 1, 2018


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Fall break is simply not what I expected it to be. Usually I would sit at home and play video games. This year my three cousins, an aunt, my mom and I took a trip to North Carolina. We packed up in a van, and everyone found their seats. Almost 30 minutes into the drive we thought we already forgot so...

Halloween Traditions: Past and Present

Halloween Traditions: Past and Present

Carl Jay, Junior Writer

October 31, 2018


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BOOO! I bet you got scared from that, probably not. Halloween is a holiday that everyone in the United States knows about; in fact, it is some people’s favorite holiday. In North America we all know the spooky traditions like trick or treating, haunted houses, and scary movies! However, did you know t...

An Open Letter to My Peers About Abuse

An Open Letter to My Peers About Abuse

Annie Daily, Senior Writer

October 25, 2018


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Abuse is a grim thing that isn’t taken as seriously as it should be. With everything that is happening with the Brett Kavanaugh situation, this is very evident. The “Me Too” movement came into the scene in 2017, really sparked the discussion, and made it easier for people to come out about their ...

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