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College Visit

College Visit

Dixon Collins, Junior Writer

May 7, 2018


Filed under Student Life

     College is a huge step from high school for many students throughout the country. Many students try and visit a few colleges each year to get a college student’s perspective and see how well they enjoy the school. This past Friday I had the opportunity to visit Indiana Wesleyan in Marion, Ind...

Prom Stress

Prom Stress

Megan Dishon, Junior Writer

May 3, 2018


Filed under Student Life

As the days go by this week, the weekend is right around the corner for one of the most important days of a highschooler: Prom night. Prom is the “best” night for most teenagers because of the music, getting dressed up, and having the perfect date to have the perfect night. Even though prom is just...

“The Fish of a Million Casts”

“The Fish of a Million Casts”

Bodie St.Clair, Sophomore Writer

May 1, 2018


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Ever since I was a little kid, my father and I have enjoyed fishing together. We would go to some of the little ponds and rivers around our house and try to catch what we could. I never was any good at it until I grew up a little bit. Around age seven or eight, I really started to get into it. My dad ...

FFA Horse Judging

FFA Horse Judging

Hannah Young, Sophomore Writer

April 30, 2018


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In recent news from the agriculture department, two Lewis Cass FFA horse judging teams traveled to Walter’s Equestrian Barn in Bourbon, Indiana.  Both teams had a successful trip for the lack of experience on each team. Five out of the six competitors were freshmen, but this did not hold them back...

Spring Break Adventures

Spring Break Adventures

McKayla Thompson, Sophomore writer

April 19, 2018


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I remember it all started with just dreaming about being on the beach. For spring break this year, everything was a little different. My parents had lots to do at home so they could not leave for a whole week to take me on vacation. Carley Musall saved me and asked me to go to Florida with her and h...

All Hail Purdue!

All Hail Purdue!

Brannyn Spencer, Junior Writer

April 17, 2018


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My house has always been split right down the middle. My mother and brother support Indiana University. My father and I lean towards Purdue University. Trust me, this has caused MANY arguments between me and my brother. Of course, Purdue is better than IU in so many ways. Since I think so highly of Purd...

A Royal Night

A Royal Night

Kelsey Wise, Junior Writer

April 17, 2018


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I never knew how exciting a concert could be. A couple months ago my friend, Annie, had said she found Lorde tickets for $45 each. The seats were really bad but we didn’t care where we sat as long as we saw Lorde perform. If you don’t know who Lorde is, Lorde came out with her big hit called “...

To the One Who Took Away My Darkness

To the One Who Took Away My Darkness

Josie Woolever, Junior Writer

April 16, 2018


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To the One Who Took Away My Darkness,   For the longest time, I had always grown up being told I was weird or that I was ugly or that I wasn’t good enough. When I’d hear these things, I began to believe them a little bit more each time. A time came when I really thought I was never goin...

The Story of Julie Byrd

The Story of Julie Byrd

McKayla Thompson, sophomore writer

April 9, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Have you ever felt as if everything is moving so fast that there is no time to stop and relax? I’m only a sophomore in high school, and I feel as if everyone is already pushing me to pick what college I am wanting to attend. My mind is running, and I am just not sure what college I want to attend. ...

Now Hiring

Now Hiring

Kaleb Lewellen, Sophomore Writer

March 22, 2018


Filed under Student Life

High school comes with a lot of firsts. Some of those may include first dance, first boyfriend/girlfriend, first car, and even a first job. The first job is definitely a big one. Teens try to get jobs for a lot of different reasons. These reasons can range from paying for a person’s gas to wanting...

Saying Goodbye to our Senior Cheerleaders

Saying Goodbye to our Senior Cheerleaders

McKayla Thompson, sophomore writer

March 20, 2018


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It just hit me that basketball season is over, which means so is cheerleading. No more games, no more late nights, and no more memories with the cheer squad. All this leading to how our seniors will not be with us next year. My heart dropped; this doesn’t seem possible. Some of these seniors I have kn...

An Open Letter to My Brother

An Open Letter to My Brother

Ashli Key, Junior Writer

February 26, 2018


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“Brothers are like streetlights along the road. They don’t make the distance any shorter but they light up the path and make the walk worthwhile.”   Dear Dalton, Where has time gone? It seems as if yesterday you and I were arguing on who got to choose what the family would watch on T...

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