Kings' Courier

Dan’s Donuts

Dan’s Donuts

Annie Daily, Senior Writer

August 14, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

On 1800 Union Street in Kokomo, Indiana, is Dan’s Variety Bakery. It is often referred to as “Dan’s Donuts” or just “Dan’s.” The bakery is located in the middle of a neighborhood in Kokomo. It looks like an old house that has been turned into a shop. Inside is very small and very hot. The...

The Gift of Adopting A Dog

The Gift of Adopting A Dog

Ashli Key, Senior Editor

August 14, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Man, where do I begin? I was getting ready with my friend Blanca, who is from Spain, on a Saturday night to go out to eat with our friends Sophie and Luke; however, the night didn’t go as we planned. All the sudden, my mom ran into the house screaming at us to come outside in a panic voice. As I walked o...

My Favorite Hello and My Hardest Goodbye

My Favorite Hello and My Hardest Goodbye

Josie Woolever, Senior Editor

August 13, 2018


Filed under Student Life

God gives us challenges in life that we don’t understand and we don’t know how we’ll get through them, but he puts them there for a reason. Four years ago, God put my best friend into my life even though I didn’t know that he would mean as much as he does now. We may not have always been clo...

A Concert to Remember

A Concert to Remember

Lanie Miller, Senior Editor

August 10, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

To start this off, I will say that I have been to more than one concert, but to me, the Logic concert had to be the most exciting. First, this is the first concert that I have ever gone to without any adults. Now, that may not seem like a huge deal to some people, but to me it felt really good. It f...

The Start of Something New

The Start of Something New

Brannyn Spencer, Senior Editor

August 9, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

All through school, since 4th grade, I had been a cheerleader. After moving to Lewis Cass my sophomore year, I thought it would be a good idea not participating in cheer due to learning new material while trying to focus on my classes. This is my third and final year here at Lewis Cass and I want to mak...

New Experiences Lead to Great Memories

New Experiences Lead to Great Memories

McKayla Thompson, Junior writer

August 8, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

The big day had finally arrived; it was the moment I could not wait for any longer. I knew after this big day my life would change, and I would have responsibilities, chores, and lots of cleaning to do. In the car, I just couldn’t stop thinking about the destination I was headed towards. My heart ...

Becoming Bilingual

Becoming Bilingual

Carl Jay, Junior Writer

August 7, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

This past summer I participated in Indiana University Honors Program Foreign Language, IUHPFL, a full immersion language program. With five languages IUHPFL is a great opportunity for students not just enrolled in Spanish classes. IUHPFL, experience of a lifetime; had me based in Viña del Mar, Chile, ...

Lake Barkley: A Trip to Remember

Lake Barkley: A Trip to Remember

Hannah Plauschin, Freshman Writer

August 7, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

I hear the rustling of leaves as a breeze graces this hot day. The birds and insects unapologetically sing their songs as loud as they can muster. The hot, humid air sticks to my skin. The sun beams down on the Earth making the world bright. Everything drips with the scent of fresh water from the lake. I...

An Open Letter to the Upcoming Juniors

Josie Woolever, Junior Writer

May 22, 2018


Filed under Student Life

To the Upcoming Juniors,   You’re officially upperclassmen now. How’s it feel? I know it may not seem like it now, but junior year is so much more different than any other you’ve experienced yet. You’re starting to take AP classes now, you’re taking dual credit classes, and you...

Saying Goodbye To Bauer

Saying Goodbye To Bauer

Gabe Eurit, Sophomore Writer

May 18, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Being a student at Lewis Cass has given me the opportunity of meeting people that have impacted my life. One person who has had an influence in my life is Mr. Bauer. After forty-one years of teaching, Mr. Bauer has decided to retire. The majority of Bauer’s years have been spent at Cass. He has been...

Goodbye For Now, My Best Friend

Goodbye For Now, My Best Friend

Ashli Key, Junior Writer

May 17, 2018


Filed under Student Life

“Time flies when you’re having fun.” That quote never seemed to be true until this year of high school. It seems as if yesterday Sophie Galloway, my best friend, and I were playing our first volleyball game together; however, Sophie graduates in two weeks. Sophie and I had an unbreakable bond. ...

Michaela Pullen loves being an RA at Ball State

Michaela Pullen loves being an RA at Ball State

Brannyn Spencer, Junior Writer

May 14, 2018


Filed under Student Life

So what is an RA? An RA is a resident advisor. Some of you may know her, but Michaela Pullen, our own alumnus, is an RA at Ball State University. Her freshman year, half way through, she decided that she wanted to be a room advisor. She wanted to grow as a leader on the Ball State campus and thought it...

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