Kings' Courier

How Writing Affects People in their Everyday Lives

Lanie Miller, Sophomore Writer

January 10, 2017

Writing is a very good way to help with many things. I personally think that it is one of the best ways to stay organized. Storage of information can be outsourced in any number of ways including writing down something that you need to get done on a pad of paper. The insight underlying this is that attention...

Have You Ever Wanted To Become a Pilot?

Have You Ever Wanted To Become a Pilot?

Dixon Collins, Sophomore Writer

December 14, 2016

     Have you ever wondered how to operate an aircraft? Have you ever flown in an airplane or helicopter? Many people have jobs consisting of many different talents. People show their talents in their everyday jobs. Pro athletes show their talents by performing it each game they compete. Many differe...

Bullying leads to 4,400 suicides each year

CLARA LICKLIDER

December 9, 2016

4,400.. 4,400 is a big number correct? Well let’s talk about that. You could have 4,400 dogs, cupcakes, balloons, or even $4,400. 4,400 of anything is usually good, right? But unfortunately not everything is.. The reason why I am saying 4,400 is a very sad reason. This is because 4,400 suicides happen...

Why Not School Uniforms?

Josie Woolever, Sophomore Writer

October 28, 2016

Schools all over the country have problems with people following a dress code. Many people find dress codes pointless because no one ever follows them, but dress codes are just setting standards for us when we are out in the work field one day. Dress codes are violated every day throughout all of the...

Legal Drinking Age Lowered?

Katie Asher, Freshman Writer

May 14, 2015

Today, a huge controversy exists over the topic of the minimum legal drinking age (MLDA). Some believe the drinking age to be fine at 21, but others believe it should be lowered to 18 or 19. The argument comes with a set of pros and cons for each side. Nobody has come up with a clear cut way to make...

Driving Age Should Be Based on

McKayla Ramsey, Freshman Writer

February 25, 2015

The question that many parents might be asking-“Is my child old enough to drive?” The more appropriate question to be asking is- “Is my child mature enough to drive?” The privilege of driving is something that some 16 year olds can handle, and some can’t. We shouldn’t penalize the young adults...

Driving Age

Mallory Minnick, Freshman Writer

January 20, 2015

If the teen driving age was to be moved up to eighteen years old, like some adults are advocates of, there are many advantages and disadvantages that would come with this new law. I could personally see both sides of this decision, but I would have to lean towards keeping the age at sixteen for receiving...

Get back up after disappointment

McKayla Ramsey, Freshman Writer

September 3, 2014

This past summer I learned a very important life lesson. I will carry this lesson with me for the rest of my life. To tell this story accurately, I will have to rewind to the beginning of the summer. I was really nervous because it was the first day of volleyball open gym. I could still tell you in...

In serving others you become free?

Kassi Hardy, Freshman Writer

February 27, 2014

I only partially agree with the quote “In serving others you become free.”  I have many reasons for why I agree that it’s true and many for why I don’t agree with it! Everyone has a different point of view because a lot of people do great things to help others and don’t get recognized. Only...

Would more police mean less crime?

Brock Reish, Senior Contributor

January 16, 2014

The first human being ever born became the first murder.  In Genesis 4 Cain killed his brother Abel.  Since the fall of mankind there has been no chance for a human to live completely free of moral dilemma.   The assertion made by Richard Moran in “More Police, Less Crime? Wrong” is a dramatic und...

Is Universal Health Care Necessary?

Derek Dittfield

October 31, 2013

Democrats passed a bill in 2008, a bill that would have a long lasting effect, a bill that would shut our government down in 2013. What is this bill? The majority of Americans are calling it Obama Care, but its title, The Affordable Care Act, has 20,000 pages of bureaucracy. The bill creating controversy...

Religious Tolerance

Sydney Aleshire

October 28, 2013

Religion is an influential force in modern society and the world as a whole. It motivates people to carry out positive acts with the potential to have a constructive, useful impact on other humans, the civilization in which they live, or even within themselves. While religion is capable of creating beneficial...

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