Kings' Courier

Alexander for County Council

Alexander for County Council

McKayla Thompson, Sophomore Writer

May 10, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

     “Vote for Bryan Alexander for Howard County Council” came out of my mouth at least 100 times on Tuesday, election day. My job was to advertise Alexander as much as possible. Alexander had asked me and eleven other students to hand out flyers the day of his election. I said yes right away...

Noodle Arms

Noodle Arms

Kelsey Wise, Junior Writer

May 10, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

As a junior I attended my first prom. At the beginning of the year, I wasn’t going to go to prom due to not having a reason to go. I thought that going to prom would make me feel socially awkward and that I wouldn’t have the confidence to dance in front of a bunch of people. I felt as though I w...

Prom Stress

Prom Stress

Megan Dishon, Junior Writer

May 3, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

As the days go by this week, the weekend is right around the corner for one of the most important days of a highschooler: Prom night. Prom is the “best” night for most teenagers because of the music, getting dressed up, and having the perfect date to have the perfect night. Even though prom is just...

“The Fish of a Million Casts”

“The Fish of a Million Casts”

Bodie St.Clair, Sophomore Writer

May 1, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

Ever since I was a little kid, my father and I have enjoyed fishing together. We would go to some of the little ponds and rivers around our house and try to catch what we could. I never was any good at it until I grew up a little bit. Around age seven or eight, I really started to get into it. My dad ...

What I Am Going To Miss The Most

Kirstyn Kiger, Senior Editor

April 26, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

Senior year is coming to a close quicker than I ever thought possible. I never thought I would ever reach the end of high school and move away from home. This high school journey has lasted an eternity, but now that it is almost over, I am ambivalent. From seeing my best friends every day to knowing th...

Words of Advice From a Senior

Words of Advice From a Senior

Morgan Miller, Senior Writer

April 26, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

As this year quickly comes to an end, seniors are making their plan for the next four years and saying goodbye to all of the memories they have here at Lewis Cass. Having gone through the past four years here, Breann Dormer wanted to give the underclassmen some advice and reflect on the good times she’s...

Swimming With Stingrays

Swimming With Stingrays

McKayla Ramsey, Senior Editor

April 23, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

When I heard our tour guide say that we were about to get out of the boat to encounter stingrays, my first thought went to what happened to Steve Irwin years ago. I didn’t want to get in the water but with some pressure from my parents and everyone else willingly jumping into the death pits, I decided ...

Why go to Rotary?

Why go to Rotary?

Westin Miller, Senior Writer

April 20, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

During the past two weeks, Noah Miller and I capre’d the opportunity to attend and participate in the Logansport Rotary Club.  Dr. Garland thought it would be a good idea for seniors in the top ten of their class to participate in these rotary lunches, and I believe he made the right decision.  Th...

Weekend at Wabash

Weekend at Wabash

Mason Young, Senior Writer

April 19, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

A couple years ago, I would never have pictured myself going to an all male college, but here I am! Last Friday and Saturday I went to Wabash College to attend the admitted students weekend. When I first got to the college, I checked in and then went and ate lunch. After eating lunch, I walked around t...

All Hail Purdue!

All Hail Purdue!

Brannyn Spencer, Junior Writer

April 17, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

My house has always been split right down the middle. My mother and brother support Indiana University. My father and I lean towards Purdue University. Trust me, this has caused MANY arguments between me and my brother. Of course, Purdue is better than IU in so many ways. Since I think so highly of Purd...

To the One Who Took Away My Darkness

To the One Who Took Away My Darkness

Josie Woolever, Junior Writer

April 16, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

To the One Who Took Away My Darkness,   For the longest time, I had always grown up being told I was weird or that I was ugly or that I wasn’t good enough. When I’d hear these things, I began to believe them a little bit more each time. A time came when I really thought I was never goin...

Adios Indian Shores

Adios Indian Shores

Brady Hammond, Senior Writer

April 11, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

My entire family minus a few here and there took a trip to Indian Shores, Florida,ss for spring break. And when I say my entire family, I mean the whole thing… we had between 30 to 40 Hammonds in the same building that week. By the time we left, I was surprised that building was still standing. My...

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