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The Man Who Had A Dream

The Man Who Had A Dream

Clara Licklider, Sophomore Writer

January 20, 2020

“I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. I have a dream today!” This quote comes from one of the most impactful speeches given in America to this day. Martin Luther King...

Dealing With Stress

Dealing With Stress

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Senior Writer

January 20, 2020

Every person experiences stress throughout his life, whether it comes from school, work, family, or other situations. Being a senior in high school, I know that school brings on a great amount of stress to students. Stress may bring a lot of disadvantages, but it also brings on numerous advantages e...

Royal Rundown

Royal Rundown

Cayl Garland, Senior Writer

January 16, 2020

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Veganism vs Vegetarianism

Veganism vs Vegetarianism

Tianna Casner, Freshman Writer

January 13, 2020

With the popularity of veganism and vegetarianism rising, mistaking the two as the same type of diet can be a simple misconception. The differences between the two diets could be confusing for people, as several variations of vegetarianism exist. Individuals also ask questions such as “what are the...

The Exchange Pt.3

The Exchange Pt.3

Hannah Plauschin, Sophomore Writer

January 10, 2020

A plane ticket sits on the desk awaiting removal. The filled suitcases consist of neatly folded clothing, shoes, toiletries, and anything else that one would need. The suitcases roll with purpose on the ground before arriving to the airport. The luggage continues to be taken away to be placed on the ...

The Exchange Pt. 2

The Exchange Pt. 2

Hannah Plauschin, Sophomore Writer

December 26, 2019

Scotland- the land of plaid patterns, blaring bagpipes, Nessie the Loch Ness monster, and the most boisterous and passionate football fans. Rolling green hills and mountains engrave the country’s picturesque terrain making it a breathtaking sight. Many would believe Scotland consists of an abundan...

Kings’ Courier Bests- 1st Semester

December 26, 2019

After an article has been reviewed six times, the article is placed in one of the six Top Courier categories: news, sports, student life, feature, opinion, and review. At the end of the semester, each Courier staff member then selects the top three articles in each category. Below are the results for...

One Play Left

One Play Left

Tianna Casner, Freshman Writer

December 20, 2019

    Drama is typically portrayed in the media as an extracurricular that is “boring,” “for ‘nerds,’” and “unoriginal.” Every type of movie I have watched has had some type of conflict between characters in a drama department making it appear as if the cast and backstage members don...

College Life

College Life

Cana Jones, Sophomore Writer

December 19, 2019

College occupies the mind of almost every high school student, including mine. Scholarships, academics, sports, majors, and many other factors go into choosing where to spend thousands and thousands of dollars to go to school. I am sure many of you reading have a place in mind that you are hoping to ...

Lewis Cass Winds 2020 Preview

Lewis Cass Winds 2020 Preview

Brooks Hensley, Senior Writer

December 17, 2019

The Lewis Cass Winds, as well as myself, are getting ready for our 2020 season. We’ve already started the season and we are already off to an amazing start. We are already working really hard with playing and marching. We are looking pretty good for very early in the season with how we are playing ...

Winter Winds Preview

Winter Winds Preview

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Senior Writer

December 17, 2019

After the marching band season ends for the year, band students have the opportunity to continue marching during the winter. Unlike ordinary marching season, winter winds takes place indoors on a tarp. Mr. Long, the new junior high band director, also took the position of head winter winds director w...

The Favorites of Holiday Snacks

The Favorites of Holiday Snacks

Jack Miller

December 17, 2019

     My favorite part about Christmas is its amazing selection of different treats that I can make and enjoy with my friends and family. Every year during Christmas break, I can make my “world-renown” sugar cookies. Last year was the first year I made them and my family loved them, but my famil...

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