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The Refinery adds Fun to Kokomo!

The Refinery adds Fun to Kokomo!

McKayla Thompson, Junior Writer

February 13, 2019


Filed under Features

“Dancing can enhance your life in multiple ways, through physical activity, mental stimulation, and social interaction.”   Amber Raine Swick, a dance teacher, a wife, and a mom, has started a new journey in her life as she became the new owner of The Refinery in Kokomo that offers a da...

Lewis Cass Library Media Center

Lewis Cass Library Media Center

Carl Jay, Junior Writer

February 8, 2019


Filed under Features, News, Showcase

  Ever since the construction started here at Lewis Cass, students have been deprived of their use of the library. Most books, moved to the interior room within Mr. Engle’s classroom block, were not checked out last semester. Once again, the library, in plain sight, can be seen by all stude...

Flying Through my Journey

Flying Through my Journey

McKayla Thompson, Junior Writer

February 7, 2019


Filed under Features

It’s never just me, and I am never alone. As three people surround me very tightly, I jump into their arms. I have two supporting my feet and one supporting my back. They have a super tight grip on my feet making me feel safe, and my back is supported with both hands. I never have to turn around to ...

The celebration of Groundhog Day

The celebration of Groundhog Day

Brooklynn Fye, Senior Writer

February 4, 2019


Filed under Features

Holidays are celebrated in a special way, but what if your favorite holiday isn’t a holiday that is normally celebrated? Well, for Mr. Appleton that is definitely the case. How many people do you know that actually celebrate Groundhog day? If you are any kid outside of the Agriculture Department, ...

America’s Water Crisis

America’s Water Crisis

Annie Daily, Senior Writer

January 18, 2019


Filed under Features

Flint, Michigan, Still doesn’t have clean water. Since 2014, their water has been contaminated by lead, a poisonous metallic element. Strikes, rallies, and news reports on this issue have been happening for five years. It’s been five years that the people of Flint haven’t had clean water. How ...

Snowfall Hitting Indiana

Snowfall Hitting Indiana

Megan Dishon, Senior Editor

January 17, 2019


Filed under Features

With snowfall averaging about seven inches across Indiana, the snowfall created multiple wrecks and closed roads throughout the weekend. In the 2019 Old Farmer’s Almanac, the 2019 weather forecast was stated that the week of January 7-10 was just mild flurries. With this prediction, the farmers we...

Pep Club is not Working

Pep Club is not Working

Carl Jay, Junior Writer

January 11, 2019


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

*Editor's note: The intent of this article is not to call out Samuel Miller for not actively doing more for the Pep Club, but to call on the student population to attend more Sporting events. - Carl Jay Last Saturday I attended the Lewis Cass Basketball games against Tri-Central. I often help Mrs. D...

New Year, New Me

New Year, New Me

Annie Daily, Senior Writer

January 10, 2019


Filed under Features

New year’s, the time when many individuals set up a new list of rules or routines they want to follow in the upcoming year. Many call these resolutions; although some call them different names for one purpose: they might not get these things accomplished if they call them “resolutions.” As peop...

Building Bridges

Building Bridges

Kelsey Wise, Senior Writer

December 19, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

  School projects have been around for years and many students actually benefit from hands on experiences while doing these school projects. Students need to learn the hands on aspects of working and not just the mental aspects of learning. School projects help with the physical learning for ...

Work Based Learning- a great learning experience

Bowe Brooks, Senior Writer

December 18, 2018


Filed under Features

Many classes are available for seniors to take during their last year. I realized this last year when signing up for them during my junior year. I wanted to take classes that could help me do what I wanted to do after school. So, I signed up for  Worked Based Learning through the Kokomo Area Career ...

My First Blood Drive

Lauren Hileman, Junior Writer

December 18, 2018


Filed under Features, Student Life

“Do you want me to hold your hand?” said my best friend, Hallie Diaz. Now let me give you some context. On December 14, I did something I never saw myself doing. Sitting in the gym for an appointment at 10, I had a million thoughts going through my mind. What if I cry? What if I can’t go throu...

Secret Santa Part Two

Secret Santa Part Two

Caleb Johnson, Junior Writer

December 18, 2018


Filed under Features

Secret Santa has made its way to Lewis Cass again this year. Last week students picked out a teacher or two, and this week we do different things every day. On Friday after school, most students decorated doors and wrote messages on them for the teachers. Monday is the day for small treats, and that ...

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