Local News Archive

  • Written by: Hannah Akers // Managing Editor, Kristiana Lulgjuraj // Feature Editor, and Olivia Biddle // News Editor In honor of former student and band member Abby Rejer, who passed […]

    Band dedicates bench to Abby Rejer

    Written by: Hannah Akers // Managing Editor, Kristiana Lulgjuraj // Feature Editor, and Olivia Biddle // News Editor In honor of former student and band member Abby Rejer, who passed […]

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  • Written by: Ellie Harris, opinion editor Photos by: Ellie Harris, opinion editor Every year, the Honor Flight Network transports thousands of veterans of the Vietnam and Korean wars as well […]

    Veteran’s Day breakfast honors honor flight attendees

    Written by: Ellie Harris, opinion editor Photos by: Ellie Harris, opinion editor Every year, the Honor Flight Network transports thousands of veterans of the Vietnam and Korean wars as well […]

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  • Written by: Hannah Akers // ┬áManaging Editor, Kristiana Lulgjuraj // Feature Editor, and Olivia Biddle // News Editor Wednesday Addams, having turned 18 and entering adulthood, has fallen in love […]

    NPHS puts on production of The Addams Family

    Written by: Hannah Akers // ┬áManaging Editor, Kristiana Lulgjuraj // Feature Editor, and Olivia Biddle // News Editor Wednesday Addams, having turned 18 and entering adulthood, has fallen in love […]

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  • Jared Reed & Alex Mohr The successor of George Washington had a daunting task ahead of him. But that is nothing compared to the what junior Evan Shaw is up […]

    Living in the Shadows: Bryan Shaw’s Brother

    Jared Reed & Alex Mohr The successor of George Washington had a daunting task ahead of him. But that is nothing compared to the what junior Evan Shaw is up […]

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  • By: Chloe Dillon and Rachel Purnell With the recent news of the reopening of the old Doe Creek Middle School building, there has been some controversy about whether or not […]

    Renaming the middle school?

    By: Chloe Dillon and Rachel Purnell With the recent news of the reopening of the old Doe Creek Middle School building, there has been some controversy about whether or not […]

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  • This 2017 school year, our incoming class has had too many students in math class. To offset this, the school has enlisted the help of Peggy Fuller, NPHS librarian and […]

    This year’s new math teacher

    This 2017 school year, our incoming class has had too many students in math class. To offset this, the school has enlisted the help of Peggy Fuller, NPHS librarian and […]

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  • Written by: Hannah Akers/Managing Editor, Kristiana Lulgjuraj/Feature Editor, and Olivia Biddle/News Editor For AP US history students needing help after school, APUSH teacher Shelby Livengood holds meeting after school on […]

    Livengood runs APUSH reviews

    Written by: Hannah Akers/Managing Editor, Kristiana Lulgjuraj/Feature Editor, and Olivia Biddle/News Editor For AP US history students needing help after school, APUSH teacher Shelby Livengood holds meeting after school on […]

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  • Written by: Catrina Lambert As the end of September approaches, the next holiday does too- Halloween, a popular holiday, supposedly the second most popular to Christmas. However, Christmas decorations have […]

    Holiday merchandise in stores too early

    Written by: Catrina Lambert As the end of September approaches, the next holiday does too- Halloween, a popular holiday, supposedly the second most popular to Christmas. However, Christmas decorations have […]

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  • Written by: Jared Reed   Students love to show school spirit at all extracurricular activities, but during this time of year it is more intense than ever.   Homecoming week […]

    Homecoming nominations

    Written by: Jared Reed   Students love to show school spirit at all extracurricular activities, but during this time of year it is more intense than ever.   Homecoming week […]

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  • By Dawson Eastes / Sports Writer On Saturday, September 9th, the Community School Corporation of Southern Hancock County is hosting the fifth annual Run, Walk, Roll for Unity. The cost […]

    Information on Run, Walk, Roll for Unity

    By Dawson Eastes / Sports Writer On Saturday, September 9th, the Community School Corporation of Southern Hancock County is hosting the fifth annual Run, Walk, Roll for Unity. The cost […]

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