Kings' Courier

To the Kids Still Trying to Find Themselves

Josie Woolever, Junior Writer

September 15, 2017

To the Kids Still Trying to Find Themselves,   While growing up, we all try to find ourselves whether that be whom we hang out with, who our friends are, what we want to do, who we want to be, or where we want to go. We’ve all gone through this. We’ve all tried finding our place, our peop...

Fight for Equality

Fight for Equality

Hannah Young, Sophomore Writer

September 11, 2017

The fight for equality in women’s sports has gone on almost since it’s existence. Even with women’s sports advancing daily, they always seem to be one step behind the men’s. If our own yearbook can’t even display women’s sports, how can we expect the rest of the sport’s world to change? ...

To the Little Girl That Hopes to Be Just Like Me

To the Little Girl That Hopes to Be Just Like Me

Josie Woolever, Junior Writer

August 24, 2017

To the Little Girl That Hopes to Be Just Like Me,   Ten years ago I was just like you, I was looking up to the high school girls hoping and wishing I’d be just like them one day. I thought they were so pretty, smart, and everything I wanted to be when I was their age, and now that I am ...

Summer in “Germany”

Summer in “Germany”

Lanie Miller, Junior Writer

August 7, 2017

I don’t know about you, but most of my summer was spent here. I didn’t have much to do other than fair this year, and then I found out that we were going to Frankenmuth, Michigan. Now I know that most people reading this most likely haven’t ever heard of any place called “Frankenmuth,” but ...

20 Years Later

Josie Woolever, Sophomore Writer

May 17, 2017

When I start thinking about my future, I start to overthink a lot mainly because I get scared about making the wrong decisions. If you think about it, the options are endless; you have endless options when it comes to choosing your degree and where to go. Commonly when we think about going to colleg...

13 Reasons Why

13 Reasons Why

Lanie Miller, Sophomore writer

April 25, 2017

I recently watched a series called “13 Reasons Why”. Now I know what you’re probably thinking. You are probably thinking, “Great, more talk about this stupid series,” but in all reality, it’s not stupid at all. This show is about a girl, Hannah Baker, who comes to a new school, meets a bo...

A Love For the Game

A Love For the Game

Lanie Miller, Sophomore writer

March 5, 2017

My favorite sport is, and always has been, softball. I have always played softball and even when I was younger, and too little to play softball, I played T-ball. I started playing T-ball when I was about five and then once I turned eight, I finally became old enough to play softball, so I did. I swit...

Siblings Who Care?

Siblings Who Care?

Lanie Miller, Sophomore writer

February 27, 2017

Any of you reading this who have younger siblings are going to know exactly what I am talking about throughout this whole article, and any of you who don’t have younger siblings are about to be enlightened. Stereotypes exist about brothers and sisters fighting and the younger brother always being a ...

SADD, a Night to Remember

SADD, a Night to Remember

Lanie Miller, Sophomore writer

February 21, 2017

I know that everyone who went to SADD probably had an amazing night, but my experience at SADD was definitely one to remember. I’m just going to start things off by saying that all of the dances that I have ever gone to, I have always gone by myself or with a group of my friends, but this year it was...

Looking at the World from a Distance

Lanie Miller, Sophomore writer

February 8, 2017

I recently heard a song called “From a Distance” by Bette Midler. As I was listening to this song, I started thinking about how things really are. In this song she talks about how everything looks good from a distance until you look into it to see how things really are. She sings about peace and ...

A Walk to Remember

A Walk to Remember

Josie Woolever, Sophomore Writer

February 8, 2017

A quality literary work that has impacted my life would be A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks. I read the book about three months ago, and ever since I read the book, I have had a different outlook on life. I have also started treating everyone the way I want to be treated, and I’ve started to tr...

The One Who is Always Here

Lanie Miller, Sophomore writer

February 6, 2017

I’m not sure how everyone else thinks, but I believe that everyone needs someone at some time. A lot of people may choose to believe that they don’t need anyone and that they are fine on their own. I can completely understand where those people are coming from too because I used to be the same way....

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