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Miracles All Around

Miracles All Around

McKayla Thompson, Sophomore Writer

August 15, 2017


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

    Do you believe in miracles? I grew up going to church every Sunday morning and I still do. I’m not writing this to try and convince you that God is real because everyone makes that decision for themselves. All I’m trying to do is tell a story so don’t stop reading just yet. I believe God...

A Passage to the Pacific

A Passage to the Pacific

Marisol Karmel, Senior Writer

August 14, 2017


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The light blue sky above me matched the navy water beneath me, and the only intruder in the scene was a large rock about the size of a ferry boat. The Pacific Coast of Oregon fixed itself before me. The water felt like ice, not like your average oceans in Florida. To the kids who were playing in the wa...

Going to Florida

Going to Florida

Jordan Henry, Freshman

August 14, 2017


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My summer started off like all others; My mom (Kimberly Robertson) was frantically milling about the house asking, “Do you have your phone charged?”,  “Do you have sunscreen?!”, “Is your suitcase packed? Let me check!” She zipped past me trying to find this and that. Every year I leave fo...

One Door Closes, Another One Opens

One Door Closes, Another One Opens

Megan Dishon, Junior Writer

August 13, 2017


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As the years go by in high school, people start to find a new perspective in themselves. Whether it is finding a new fashion trend, practicing a new technique in a sport, or just a new opportunity that can change perspectives forever. Hopefully the changes will help become the person people want to be. ...

Building an Education

Mack Appleton, Senior Writer

August 11, 2017


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Many classes available to take at Lewis Cass have good instructional value, but most do not have much purpose outside of the classroom instruction. Some of the classes offered, on the other hand, do a lot for the school and the students along with having good instructional value. Classes such as APST I,...

Last Night of Summer

Last Night of Summer

Lanie Miller, Junior Writer

August 9, 2017


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Now I know that what I am about to tell you about didn’t technically happen in the summer, but this event, for me, did mark the end of mine. This past Saturday I went to a Brantley Gilbert concert, and it was beyond fun. Not only did Brantley Gilbert perform that night, and also a band called Black S...

Indiana Dunes Trip

Indiana Dunes Trip

Hayden Vest, Senior Writer

August 9, 2017


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As I stumbled down the giant mass of sand, barely able to maintain my balance, little pebbles of sand rushed throughout my body, blinding both myself and my companions who surrounded me while we tried to get back to the bottom of the large, sandy hill. The sun was shining brightly, but a fresh breeze br...

Bruises come with paint ball

Bruises come with paint ball

Kelsey Wise, Junior Writer

August 9, 2017


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  When you think of getting a bruise, how do you assume that happens? Could it be from maybe running into the coffee table at home or accidentally getting shoulder checked? People get all sorts of bruises from all sorts of different things. Bruises form when blood gets stuck under the skin...

Cyber Love

Cyber Love

Brannyn Spencer, Junior Writer

August 9, 2017


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Braxton Shidler is my older brother.  He is 27 years old and lives in Greenwood, Indiana.  He is a registered nurse who works in downtown Indianapolis.  He has such a busy schedule at work with long and strange hours that it is sometimes hard to find the time to socialize and meet people.   He decided...

Yearly Departure

Yearly Departure

Caleb Johnson, Sophomore Writer

August 9, 2017


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Getting lost on vacation wasn’t on my agenda. A sixteen-hour drive broken into two days was the way it happened to go. Watching the sites we drove by was really, one of the greatest parts. The scenic drive through the Great Smoky Mountains, and the big city of Atlanta really added to the fun of the...

Bonds at the Beach

Bonds at the Beach

Hannah Young, Sophomore Writer

August 8, 2017


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Summer of 2017: sunburns, new friends, savings lives, and one beautiful beach. Now I know what you’re thinking how lucky is she, getting to spend her whole summer at a beach. Well, this is not the beach with high tides and white sands that you’re thinking of, but rather a much smaller and dingier, Kok...

Looking At The World Through My Eyes

Looking At The World Through My Eyes

Kaleb Lewellen, Sophomore Writer

August 8, 2017


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The summer after my eighth grade year, I was blessed with the opportunity to travel with my family to Europe. We were visiting our foreign exchange student, Maike, that we housed my seventh grade year. I think we all know that traveling can have its ups and downs, and trust me when I say that this t...

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