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  • Written by Dawson Eastes // sports writer   The NFL has been involved in controversy lately as some players have begun to take a knee during our nation’s national anthem. […]

    Anthem protests causing controversy

    Written by Dawson Eastes // sports writer   The NFL has been involved in controversy lately as some players have begun to take a knee during our nation’s national anthem. […]

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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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  • 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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