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  • Written by: Jared Reed Saturday Sep. 17 the lady Dragons golf team took home the sectional championship. This was the fourth year in a row that the lady dragons have […]

    Girls Sectional Golf

    Written by: Jared Reed Saturday Sep. 17 the lady Dragons golf team took home the sectional championship. This was the fourth year in a row that the lady dragons have […]

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  • Written by: Catrina Lambert Over the past few weeks, the United States and the islands near have seen quite a few devastating hurricanes this year, Harvey and Irma being the […]

    The cause of the abnormal hurricane season

    Written by: Catrina Lambert Over the past few weeks, the United States and the islands near have seen quite a few devastating hurricanes this year, Harvey and Irma being the […]

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  • Written by: Hannah Akers/Managing Editor, Kristiana Lulgjuraj/Feature Editor, and Olivia Biddle/News Editor New Palestine High School introduces its third new addition to the English department. Brianna Moore enters her 13th […]

    English department gets third new teacher

    Written by: Hannah Akers/Managing Editor, Kristiana Lulgjuraj/Feature Editor, and Olivia Biddle/News Editor New Palestine High School introduces its third new addition to the English department. Brianna Moore enters her 13th […]

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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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  • Written by: Ellie Harris The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA, was enacted by President Obama in 2012 as a way for certain undocumented immigrants who entered the country […]

    Close to home reactions to the repeal of DACA

    Written by: Ellie Harris The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA, was enacted by President Obama in 2012 as a way for certain undocumented immigrants who entered the country […]

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  • Alex Mohr / Feature Writer This is the sixth week of school, which means this is the sixth week for new students to adjust. Freshmen and transfer students alike have […]

    Tips for new students

    Alex Mohr / Feature Writer This is the sixth week of school, which means this is the sixth week for new students to adjust. Freshmen and transfer students alike have […]

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  • By Chloe Dillon and Rachel Purnell This past weekend was the 5th annual Indiana High School Rodeo in Greenfield. This rodeo was a huge success for many of the participants […]

    Local residents shine in rodeo

    By Chloe Dillon and Rachel Purnell This past weekend was the 5th annual Indiana High School Rodeo in Greenfield. This rodeo was a huge success for many of the participants […]

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  • Written by: Catrina Lambert On Wednesday, Aug. 30th, the Southern Hancock School district experienced a half day, one of four scheduled to occur this school year. To make up to […]

    Half-Day Reflection

    Written by: Catrina Lambert On Wednesday, Aug. 30th, the Southern Hancock School district experienced a half day, one of four scheduled to occur this school year. To make up to […]

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  • Written by Ellie Harris Photo by Ellie Harris NPHS’s GSA under Nicholas Mitchaner, NPHS chemistry teacher, enters its second year, and at the callout meeting, the turnout was encouraging. “It […]

    GSA enters second year under Mitchaner

    Written by Ellie Harris Photo by Ellie Harris NPHS’s GSA under Nicholas Mitchaner, NPHS chemistry teacher, enters its second year, and at the callout meeting, the turnout was encouraging. “It […]

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  • Written by: Alex Mohr / Future Writer When asked how to describe an annoyance at New Palestine High School in 19 words, most students automatically say: “The math wing hallways […]

    Math hallway doors are okay

    Written by: Alex Mohr / Future Writer When asked how to describe an annoyance at New Palestine High School in 19 words, most students automatically say: “The math wing hallways […]

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