Kings' Courier

Ms. Emily Smith

Ms. Emily Smith

Holly Widner, Senior Editor

February 16, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

Most students know her as the Preparing for College and Careers teacher. Seniors know her as the economics teacher. I know her as my softball coach. Ms. Emily Smith simply does her best to help her students and her athletes. Being a part of her team the past few years, I’ve learned something new fr...

The Agony of Being a Purdue Fan

The Agony of Being a Purdue Fan

Mason Young, Senior Writer

February 13, 2018


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I’ve been a Purdue fan all of my life, and it mainly feels like more of a curse than a blessing. While that sounds very pessimistic, you can ask any die hard Purdue fan, and they will tell you the same thing. Many times are good as a fan, but it certainly feels as if the bad times outweigh the good...

The Road Less Traveled

The Road Less Traveled

Ashli Key, Junior Writer

February 13, 2018


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Life is like a roller coaster. You have your ups and downs, but you choose whether to scream on the downfall with no worries or take it on with your eyes closed. Once you get off the roller coaster, you choose to ride another one or walk away. This is life. You can keep choosing to go through the same...

Pica: Disorder or Craving?

Pica: Disorder or Craving?

Megan Dishon, Junior Writer

February 12, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

When my mom was pregnant with me, she would eat and eat and eat. I remember when I asked her what she ate during her pregnancy , and she said she always went to Long John Silvers everyday for a piece of fish. Now with her eating fish everyday, she has no taste for seafood anymore. Cravings are common fo...

Superbowl

Superbowl

Jordan Henry, Freshman

February 9, 2018


Filed under Features, Uncategorized

I know almost nothing about sports. When I got invited to a Super bowl party, I had no idea what to expect. Luckily, I invited my friend who knew more about how it works. Basically, blue is good, white is bad. If we get to the other side, everyone will stand up and yell, great. I cannot focus on any...

Jackson Starts Track Season with a Mindset to Win

Jackson Starts Track Season with a Mindset to Win

Marisol Karmel, Senior Writer

February 7, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Sports Article, Features

Senior Lexi Jackson, a mere runner of three years, has shown exemplary skill in cross country and track and field over the years. She has shown her natural born athleticism and talent for the sport by advancing to regional and semi-state in both track and cross country the past two years. This year J...

Birkenstocks birkenROCK

Birkenstocks birkenROCK

McKayla Ramsey, Senior Editor

February 5, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

If anyone knows me, you know that by the time the weather gets above 50 degrees, I’ll have on my favorite pair of white sandals. Those sandals just happen to be from a brand called Birkenstocks, and they quickly became my favorite shoes. Birkenstocks have a rich history and have developed the brand as...

Fortnite: The Game That’s Taking the World by “Storm”

Fortnite: The Game That’s Taking the World by “Storm”

Zach Fields, Sophomore Writer

February 2, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

   Fortnite is a game that everyone has been playing recently. Everyone ranging from athletes to typical gamers has been enjoying this game. Fortnite has had more than ten million downloads in just this last month amounting to over forty million in total (Gamespot). The reason it has amounted to s...

Our Senate Page Experience

Our Senate Page Experience

Kaleb Lewellen and Caleb Johnson

February 1, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

Have you ever wanted to see how the Indiana government works? Well, we have found quite possibly the best way to do it. Every year for a few months, the Indiana Statehouse holds a page program that consists of students that are in 7th through 12th grade from all over the state of Indiana. The paging pr...

Driving Age

Kace Kitchel, Senior Writer

February 1, 2018


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It has been debated whether or not the legal driving age should be raised to 18 rather than 16. Some believe that raising the driving age will prevent unnecessary teen deaths from ever occurring because 18 year olds are more responsible than others. At the same time, others believe that age is but a numbe...

Coming Together

Coming Together

Brannyn Spencer, Junior Writer

February 1, 2018


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This past Saturday, Champions Together, a club to raise awareness for special needs individuals, held a basketball and cheer clinic. We practiced during the afternoon so that they could perform at the basketball game in the evening between the boys junior varsity and varsity games.  ...

Once in A Blue Moon

Once in A Blue Moon

Bodie St.Clair, Sophomore Writer

January 31, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

Have you ever heard the phrase,”Once in a Blue Moon?” What exactly does this phrase mean? A blue moon occurs when there are two blue moons in a single month. A blue moon only occurs once every 2.7 months somewhere throughout the world. There is also another type of blue moon that most people do n...

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