Kings' Courier

An Unexpected Job Turned into A Dream

An Unexpected Job Turned into A Dream

Ashli Key, Senior Editor

December 14, 2018


Filed under Features, Uncategorized

As many high schoolers start to grow up, they start to panic when thinking of what they will be when they grow up; consequently, for Will Jay, he was one of those students that struggled to find his future career when he attended Lewis Cass. Will Jay had one hectic rollercoaster ride when he was in high school...

Coach Groff joins the Lewis Cass Basketball Staff!

Coach Groff joins the Lewis Cass Basketball Staff!

Jack Salyers, Freshman Writer.

December 10, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

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...

“The Great Christmas Light Fight”

“The Great Christmas Light Fight”

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Junior Writer

December 4, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

Around this time of year, many people like to visit We Care Park to see the beautiful display of Christmas lights. McKayla Thompson, a junior at Cass, said, “I love how colorful and bright the lights are and how they really display a cheerful tone for the holiday season.” We Care, a non-profit organizat...

Struggling to Say Goodbye

Struggling to Say Goodbye

McKayla Thompson, Junior Writer

December 3, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Features

Dear Romeo,          The love, the licks, and the exciting tail wags has made your journey feel endless. When we chose you as a puppy, my mom picked you because of your floppy ears. You were irresistibly cute. My family was ready to take you home, and shortly after you became Romeo Thompson...

Happy Earth, Happy Christmas

Happy Earth, Happy Christmas

Annie Daily, Senior Writer

December 3, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

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


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

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 ...

A Heartfelt Message from Rick Hollering

A Heartfelt Message from Rick Hollering

Ashli Key, Senior Editor

November 26, 2018


Filed under Features

“Live each day as if it’s a precious Gift, because it is” - John Di Lemme   As many of teenagers know, every school participates in the annual Red Ribbon week which includes having themes for students to dress coordinately to help stand up as one and ‘say no to drugs.’ However, not ...

Perception of Inception

Perception of Inception

Lanie Miller, Senior Editor

November 16, 2018


Filed under Features

In the movie Inception, many psychology concepts were used. One concept that was used in this movie is that pain is a product of the mind. We see this in the movie through the way that it is portrayed by the characters that they are still able to get hurt in these dreams. In these dreams, if they get...

The End of Something Great

Reece Rodabaugh, Senior Writer

November 15, 2018


Filed under Features

Friday, November 3rd, I played my last football game ever along side my fellow seniors and the underclassmen. These guys are some of my best friends and I have been playing with them for as long as I can remember. These guys mean everything to me, and they are more than just teammates. These guys are ...

Applying to College

Applying to College

Annie Daily, Senior Writer

November 15, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

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...

Operation Christmas Child

Operation Christmas Child

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Junior Writer

November 14, 2018


Filed under Features

As Thanksgiving and Christmas approach, some people may be thinking about all of the fun things they’re going to do to celebrate. I bet a lot of people are thinking about all of the delicious food they’re going to eat on Thanksgiving, and some people might already be wondering what gifts they’...

Spell Bowl Season Concluded

Spell Bowl Season Concluded

Caleb Johnson, Junior Writer

November 14, 2018


Filed under Features

Do you like spelling? I’m sure most people don’t think of spelling when it comes to competition. The Lewis Cass Spell Bowl team this year was intriguing. Due to their limited team members, they only had one competition. However, they placed third in their class. The team studied many times before ...

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