Kings' Courier

The Human Iceberg

The Human Iceberg

Brady Hammond, Senior Writer

April 20, 2018


Filed under Features

On Tuesday, my government class took a field trip to Benjamin Harrison’s house in Indianapolis. The trip was setup by Mr. Barnett, who was very excited to go visit the house of the only President from Indiana. Benjamin Harrison was born in North Bend, Ohio, on August 20, 1833. The reason he is call...

Gravity Trampoline Park

Gravity Trampoline Park

Kirstyn Kiger, Senior Editor

April 20, 2018


Filed under Features

The day has finally come: Gravity Trampoline Park will officially be open to the public tonight. After announcing many different opening dates, the company has finished up construction, passed all inspections, and trained all employees. If you are looking for the jump of your life, be sure to head i...

American Idol Season 16 Recap/Predictions

American Idol Season 16 Recap/Predictions

Lexi Jackson, senior writer

April 19, 2018


Filed under Features

Being a well-known show in America for almost sixteen years, season sixteen of American Idol has been a huge success filled with some extremely talented, unique popstars to fill the stage. As the season premiered on March 11, 2018, the show underwent some big changes as the judges were all new this year....

Autism Awareness Month

Autism Awareness Month

Megan Dishon, Junior Writer

April 18, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features, Showcase

April has arrived and everyone is talking about all the upcomings of the month: spring flowers, warm weather, if the heat gets to Indiana, and spring cleaning. As much as these things sound fun and interesting, this month is a special month for my family. It maybe the month of my mom’s birthday an...

The Voice: Season 14

The Voice: Season 14

Marisol Karmel, Senior Writer

April 17, 2018


Filed under Features

The Voice started its 14th season of live shows last night! I love the show and all the amazing singers. If a show exists that could make a person wish they were a singer, it’s The Voice. For those who have never seen it, The Voice is a competition for singers, obviously, but the show has a twist: ...

Doubting Thomas Cafe

Doubting Thomas Cafe

Jordan Henry, Freshman

April 17, 2018


Filed under Features, Uncategorized

Doubting Thomas Cafe is a coffee shop in Kokomo, IN 46901. Located in a building called Cross America, the cafe serves coffee, waffles, sandwiches and more. The goal of Cross America is to send a small metal cross to everyone in America. This may seem impossible. Many people think that it’s pointless....

Puppy For Sale

Dixon Collins, Sophomore Writer

April 13, 2018


Filed under Features

     A man’s best friend, partner in crime, and protection, a dog, helps their partners each and every day get their day started and ended by coming up to the door, wagging its tail and waiting on that first and last impression the dog puts on their owner’s face. Dogs have a huge impact on my l...

Change in Scenery

Kace Kitchel, Senior Writer

April 13, 2018


Filed under Features

Jon Kitchel, my father, grew up just outside of Galveston, Indiana. He was a country boy that hadn’t been exposed to much outside of his small area. That is until he accepted a scholarship to play basketball at Purdue University. This can be a very scary experience going from a place with a population ...

Pathology in the Hundred Acre Wood

Pathology in the Hundred Acre Wood

Kirstyn Kiger, Senior Editor

April 13, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

Growing up, the Hundred Acre Wood represented a world where a young boy could play with his stuffed animals. Within this fictional world where the animals could talk, the play and conversations seem very innocent. With a deeper look into the show, it seems as if it is not as innocent as we once thou...

Cruisin’

Cruisin’

Hannah Young, Sophomore Writer

April 11, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

Every Spring Break since I was in kindergarten my family and I have packed up the family minivan and headed south to Florida. After 18 long, cramped hours, we would arrive at the sandy beaches of St. Pete Beach. This year, however, my parents decided for my brother’s senior year we would be going o...

Beautiful Kauai

Beautiful Kauai

Marisol Karmel, Senior Writer

April 11, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

Over spring break I had the amazing experience of visiting Kauai, Hawaii. Kauai is one of the smaller Hawaiian islands, but definitely had a huge impression on me. From lying on the many different beaches, hiking muddy trails, and eating delicious foods, my best friend Lexi Jackson and I had a great ...

Spring Break Blahs with a Highlight

Caleb Johnson, Sophomore Writer

April 10, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

This year I didn’t have the typical spring break I thought I would. It was much colder than last year, and I actually had things to get done. Most of my friends were soaking up the sun on their cruises or spending their days on the beach in Florida. I was stuck at home working and going to track prac...

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