Kings' Courier

“Walk a Mile in My Shoes”

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Junior Writer

February 25, 2019


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The annual event “Walk a Mile In My Shoes” allows participants to help the homeless families in Kokomo. The event raises funds for the Kokomo Rescue Mission’s Open Arms shelter to help with the housing and programs provided for the homeless. Kokomo Rescue Mission provides those in need with hou...

Lewis Cass Library Media Center

Lewis Cass Library Media Center

Carl Jay, Junior Writer

February 8, 2019


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  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...

Sensory Friendly Films

Sensory Friendly Films

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Junior Writer

February 7, 2019


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A recent parent survey that was conducted by the National Center for Health Statistics reveals that 1 in 45 children that are 3 years old and older have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Families of these children have an important role in helping their children interact and learn in the best ...

The Record Breaking Shutdown

The Record Breaking Shutdown

Uriah Riemenschneider, Senior editor

January 18, 2019


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In the news lately I’m sure you have heard that the United States is going through a government shut-down. Most of us, myself included, may not even know what a shut-down is or even what that may mean for our society. So I have decided to research it to find out just how bad this alarming situation...

IU Kokomo Observatory Open House

IU Kokomo Observatory Open House

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Junior Writer

January 17, 2019


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The Indiana University Kokomo Observatory has held many open houses in the past few years that have allowed visitors to observe different and special astronomical views. Some of the open houses in 2018 allowed visitors to view the crescent moon, some of the planets, and lunar eclipses.  An open house...

Sports Nation Loses a Hero: Tyler Trent

Sports Nation Loses a Hero: Tyler Trent

Dixon Collins, Senior Writer

January 10, 2019


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     After losing one of our own, we grieve and understand how hard it is to lose such a young student.        Tyler Trent, a former Purdue student, was diagnosed with a rare case of bone cancer in high school. Trent previously broke his arm when playing ultimate frisbee during high scho...

Lanterns For Life

Lanterns For Life

Levi Dyer, Senior Writer

September 17, 2018


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Due to the large amount of suicides by veterans, Mary Voltz started a trend of releasing 22 balloons in remembrance of the average number of veteran suicides daily. This was done to bring attention to suicide. This was brought on by Indiana's zero suicide policy. In my opinion, Indiana has needed the...

Lewis Cass Preschool Program

Lewis Cass Preschool Program

Lanie Miller, Senior Editor

September 4, 2018


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We have many new changes coming our way at Lewis Cass this year, but one of the most exciting of them all is that we will soon be having a preschool located right in the high school! This is very beneficial in many more ways than people might think, so before anyone begins to complain about the fact that...

Indiana Primary Election Results

Indiana Primary Election Results

Kaleb Lewellen, Sophomore Writer

May 16, 2018


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Last Tuesday, the Indiana State primary elections were held. I ran the polls for Bryan Alexander, winner of the Republican candidate for Howard County Council. After spending the day learning about politics, meeting some new politicians, and pretending that I wouldn’t get burnt in the scorching heat...

Lewis Cass 2018 Awards

Megan Dishon, Junior Writer

May 8, 2018


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The following students were the recipients of the Lewis Cass Award, the Tom Simpson Award, “Set a Good Example” Award, and the inductees of the Lewis Cass Athletic Hall of Fame. These kids worked hard into all of their achievements and all of Lewis Cass are proud!   Tom Simpson Award: Female Winner- Lexi J...

An Understanding of School Shootings

An Understanding of School Shootings

Kelsey Wise, Junior Writer

March 15, 2018


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To know the difference between a school shooting and a shooting is important in our world today. Mr. Bonnel, the principal at Lewis Cass High School, mentioned that we need to distinguish the difference of what is actually a school shooting and what is not. I sat down to interview Mr. Bonnell March ...

Beware of the Flu

Beware of the Flu

Megan Dishon, Junior Writer

January 25, 2018


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As the cold January weather is taking a toll of schools, work, and main roads, the frigid cold is also taking another turn for something big: death. This is the time of year where everyone gets sick and then spreads the virus or minor sickness to the person next to them or the person miles away. This ...

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