Kings' Courier

To My Last SADD Experience

To My Last SADD Experience

Lanie Miller, Senior Writer

December 12, 2018


Filed under Opinion

As we all know, many of us just experienced our last SADD dance ever. Now, I know that these stories about dances may seem so cliche and unoriginal, but everyone’s night was different and I had a great experience. By saying this I am not also saying that no one else had a great time, but who knows...

Is Social Media About the Likes?

Is Social Media About the Likes?

Annie Daily, Senior Writer

December 10, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

Recently I watched a video on Youtube from Haley Pham titled, Instagram Experiment, What gets more likes? It was a really good video and I enjoyed it thoroughly. The video did get me thinking, though. Why are people on social media, really? When asked the question, someone usually responds with, “We...

Growing Up

Growing Up

Lanie Miller, Senior Writer

December 7, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

Hey, you. Yeah, you reading this. I want you to stop for a minute and just think. Think about your life, your friends, your family, school, sports, think about EVERYTHING. Life as we know it now is about to change drastically, but who is ever actually ready for that? I remember being so little, my mom waking me...

Healthy Through the Holidays

Healthy Through the Holidays

Caleb Johnson, Junior Writer

December 7, 2018


Filed under Opinion

I’m sure everyone likes to splurge at the dinner table on Thanksgiving and Christmas. I know I do. It's hard to say no to the delicious turkey your mom makes or the amazing pie your grandma always brings. Everything is okay in moderation. If you choose to put yourself into a food coma, so be it. How...

Open Letter to The Coach Who Changed Me

Open Letter to The Coach Who Changed Me

Josie Woolever, Senior Editor

December 6, 2018


Filed under Opinion

To the Coach Who Changed Me - Coach Rush,   People always talk about coaches who ruin a sport for them, causing them to want to quit, but that’s not the case for me and cross country. In the middle of my eighth grade year, I almost didn’t even come out for my freshman season because I...

Are Dress Codes Really Necessary?

Are Dress Codes Really Necessary?

Hannah Plauschin, Freshman Writer

December 4, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Have you ever bought an outfit that you were so excited to wear to school the next day, just to realize that it doesn’t fit the dress code? Have you ever been sent to the office and told you had to either switch your shirt, shorts, ripped jeans, or skirt because it was too revealing or distracting to...

The pain in being confident

The pain in being confident

Brooklynn Fye, Senior Writer

December 3, 2018


Filed under Opinion

A topic that is hard to handle and even harder to explain is the everyday struggle of self confidence. An individual cannot just wake up one day and love him/herself the way he/she did before someone broke them. When I say, “someone broke them,” I mean that something happened in his/her life and su...

The Legend of Hercules

The Legend of Hercules

Alex Myers, Senior Writer

December 3, 2018


Filed under A&E, Opinion

When I was a little kid, about ten years old, I was obsessed with the Disney movie Hercules. It was my favorite movie because I loved Greek mythology. I read every book from the series Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick Riordan. My obsession with Greek mythology was greater than a kid’s love f...

The Bond Between the Seniors

The Bond Between the Seniors

Ashli Key, Senior Editor

November 30, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

“Family isn’t always about the blood you share. It’s about those willing to bleed for you.”   We all have that certain group of people that we run to in times of need. We all have that certain person that knows more about us than anyone else. We all have that certain something that...

School is a Developing Country through History

Lauren Hileman, Junior Writer

November 26, 2018


Filed under Opinion

School is like the developing America through history. With the turn of time, new ideas and people start to come into the picture. People coming to the school in the middle of education process, or in this case developing process of the nation, can be seen as immigrants from different lands and countr...

It’s Still Gobble Season

It’s Still Gobble Season

Carl Jay, Junior Writer

November 25, 2018


Filed under Opinion

As the Thanksgiving season approaches, we all think about the food, family, and friends we cherish. We ,however, cannot help but be bombarded with Christmas paraphernalia promoted throughout the local shops and stores along with the much loved festive tunes on the radio. Companies focused on shoving th...

It’s not even Thanksgiving yet!

It’s not even Thanksgiving yet!

Alex Myers, Senior Writer

November 14, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

The topic of Christmas music playing before Thanksgiving is a topic talked about a lot. Some people like Christmas music ,but most people hate it being played before Thanksgiving. Personally, I am right there with everyone else. I hate seeing anything Christmas related up before Christmas. I think st...

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