Kings' Courier

DCI Finals

DCI Finals

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Junior Writer

August 15, 2018


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Have you ever heard of Drum Corps International? Drum corps worldwide make up this organization. A drum corps isn’t just any ordinary marching band. Everyone who is a part of a drum corps has to audition to be accepted into the band. Brass players, percussion, front line members, drum majors, and ...

Superb Sheep Showing

Superb Sheep Showing

Alex Myers, Senior Writer

August 14, 2018


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This year’s state fair was one to remember. The Blue Ribbon Pavilion is where the sheep are kept, washed, and shown. The hampshire breed had average numbers in the breeding ewe side of the 4-H show. Morgan Hauger won Grand Champion Hampshire with a beautiful January born ewe lamb, and Wyatt Nixon ...

Mr. Carlton: Becoming a New Teacher

Mr. Carlton: Becoming a New Teacher

Bella Panmei, Sophomore Writer

August 10, 2018


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          Ever felt excited for school? Yeah, I haven’t and if you have, you either have an awesome teacher or something’s wrong. Just kidding, you’re probably just smart no biggie. As the new school year starts, there will be new teachers and new classes. Every student is anxious to know who ...

BigStuf 2018

BigStuf 2018

Caleb Johnson, Junior Writer

August 7, 2018


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“BigStuf” 2018 had been lingering in my mind for a few months. At OSM (Oakbrook Student Ministry), we had been watching videos about it since February. Each Sunday night I would become more skeptical, but even more excited. The arrival of the itinerary brought me lots of joy. Although I became ...

Cali At Its Finest

Cali At Its Finest

Dixon Collins, Senior Writer

August 4, 2018


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     Cornfields, country roads, and freedom are all a country boy asks for. Many people find it as a pleasure to live in the country like myself, but others find themselves loving the city life.      As in night and day, the country and city can’t get further apart from being different. T...

Dizzy and Frizzy

Dizzy and Frizzy

Kelsey Wise, Senior Writer

August 3, 2018


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       I am a very dizzy person. Whether I am riding on roller coasters or just on a merry go round, getting dizzy comes really easy to me. One year I had gone to King’s Island with Annie, my friend. The trip was super fun, the car ride there was pleasant and we ended up going onto the firs...

Mike Bauer Leaves His Mark

Mike Bauer Leaves His Mark

Kaleb Lewellen, Sophomore Writer

May 21, 2018


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Everybody in the Lewis Cass School Corporation has heard the name Mike Bauer. He has been here for many years. Some may know him as a teacher, others may know him as a coach, and everybody knows him as a great all-around person. Bauer has taught for 41 years. Of those years, two were at South Vermil...

Everyday Customer

Everyday Customer

Dixon Collins, Junior Writer

May 14, 2018


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     Many people have eaten at the Dog Shed in Walton, but they never seem to notice the man that sits in the closest table to the counter everyday. He is, by far, the nicest man around the community and would do anything to help community members.      Ronald Jansen, a pastor from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, br...

King of Kokomo

King of Kokomo

Megan Dishon, Junior Writer

May 13, 2018


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On the very chilly Sunday night, my stepdad Dave and I decided to head out to Kokomo Speedway to watch the “King of Kokomo”. The King of Kokomo invites all sprint racers, midget sprint cars, and hornets, which are cars with a huge race car motor, all to Kokomo for a showdown. With multiple fans ...

J-Day 2018

J-Day 2018

Hannah Young, Sophomore Writer

May 10, 2018


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“Who wants a cookie?” asked Engle, which greatly lightened the mood before getting on the warm bus and out of the frigid wind. J Day 2018 started off memorable and somehow ended up even more memorable. Many kids returned with their bellies full, new artwork, and a lot of miles under their feet. ...

My Thoughts of Dinosaurs

My Thoughts of Dinosaurs

Cole Jolly, Sophomore Writer

May 10, 2018


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When I was younger, I watched dinosaur shows multiple times a day. My favorite tv show was “Dinosaur Train” because I was excited about the dinosaurs that traveled on a train to learn and go on adventures. I was always asking to watch Dinosaur Train even during important events, for example Funerals or...

J-Day 2018

J-Day 2018

Caleb Johnson and Zach Fields

May 9, 2018


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Instead of a boring school day, we took a trip to Ball State. They threw an event for journalism and newspapers students in the surrounding area. We ended up missing the opening ceremony; however, it gave us more time to tour the campus. Over the course of the day I learned a lot of new things about journ...

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