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  • Written by Shelby Horsley As the year comes to a close the seniors of the New Palestine High School softball team have a lot to remember. “We have accomplished a […]

    Softball continues strong season in sectional

    Written by Shelby Horsley As the year comes to a close the seniors of the New Palestine High School softball team have a lot to remember. “We have accomplished a […]

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  •   Photos by Shelby Horsley The New Palestine boys track and field team has already taken home hardware through the year, having won county and conference titles. In addition, the […]

    Boys track running track

      Photos by Shelby Horsley The New Palestine boys track and field team has already taken home hardware through the year, having won county and conference titles. In addition, the […]

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  • By Caylie Almond / J1 staff With only one week left NPHS students come upon the most dreaded week – finals week. During finals week, most students stay up late […]

    Is it really worth it?

    By Caylie Almond / J1 staff With only one week left NPHS students come upon the most dreaded week – finals week. During finals week, most students stay up late […]

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  • By: Carson Sams/ J1 Staff Clyde Gaw is a beloved member of the community and long-time art teacher. He has an interesting art background and teaching ability. He has worked […]

    Veteran Gaw has unique teaching ability

    By: Carson Sams/ J1 Staff Clyde Gaw is a beloved member of the community and long-time art teacher. He has an interesting art background and teaching ability. He has worked […]

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  • By: Megan Rickert / J1 staff   Brew 52 might have another rival coming their way. The Sugar Creek Branch of the Hancock Public Library will be changing its location […]

    The library: relocated

    By: Megan Rickert / J1 staff   Brew 52 might have another rival coming their way. The Sugar Creek Branch of the Hancock Public Library will be changing its location […]

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  • Brittnay Huckaby, the early college program’s english teacher, poses for a picture. Taken by Anna Spellman By Anna Spellman / J1 Staff As the 2016-2017 school year comes to a […]

    The early college program

    Brittnay Huckaby, the early college program’s english teacher, poses for a picture. Taken by Anna Spellman By Anna Spellman / J1 Staff As the 2016-2017 school year comes to a […]

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  • By: Alex Mohr, J1 Staff   The enigma of country music generates many questions whilst revealing little. Country music. What country is it from? Argentina? Canada? England? Arkansas? And can […]

    Do band kids?

    By: Alex Mohr, J1 Staff   The enigma of country music generates many questions whilst revealing little. Country music. What country is it from? Argentina? Canada? England? Arkansas? And can […]

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  • By Chloe Dillon / J1 Staff Money. That single word catches your attention because it is something that we all want so badly, our attention is immediately turned toward it. […]

    Student businesses that are “Always Open”

    By Chloe Dillon / J1 Staff Money. That single word catches your attention because it is something that we all want so badly, our attention is immediately turned toward it. […]

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  •     By Haley Hiles / J1 staff New Palestine High School opened up to a total of eight new staff members this 2016-2017 school year. Being a first year […]

    New teachers

        By Haley Hiles / J1 staff New Palestine High School opened up to a total of eight new staff members this 2016-2017 school year. Being a first year […]

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  • By Clara Fleetwood/ J1 Staff Memes are all around us on a daily basis. Many make us laugh, but many cause us to ask questions. When did this happen? How […]

    Behind the Meme

    By Clara Fleetwood/ J1 Staff Memes are all around us on a daily basis. Many make us laugh, but many cause us to ask questions. When did this happen? How […]

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