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  • Jared Reed & Alex Mohr   Reid and Drew Gohmann, the pioneering students who brought unique ideas, intelligence, brilliance, and fame to New Palestine High School. They didn’t blaze a […]

    Living in the Shadows: Reid and Drew Gohmann’s Brother

    Jared Reed & Alex Mohr   Reid and Drew Gohmann, the pioneering students who brought unique ideas, intelligence, brilliance, and fame to New Palestine High School. They didn’t blaze a […]

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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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  • 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: 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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  • 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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  • Written by Olivia Biddle Juniors have the opportunity to raise money for their graduation and receive a free or reduced prom ticket for both their junior and senior year by […]

    Juniors raise funds

    Written by Olivia Biddle Juniors have the opportunity to raise money for their graduation and receive a free or reduced prom ticket for both their junior and senior year by […]

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  • Written by Elizabeth Harris   Hello Dolly, winner of 10 Tony Awards, and produced more than seven times was brought to life again at the New Palestine High School Theatre […]

    Review: Hello, Dolly: the conclusion

    Written by Elizabeth Harris   Hello Dolly, winner of 10 Tony Awards, and produced more than seven times was brought to life again at the New Palestine High School Theatre […]

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  • Written by Olivia Biddle The New Palestine High School Marching Dragons competed and placed first in the Mid-States competition on Saturday, November 5 in Kings Mills, Ohio. For many students, […]

    Marching Dragons conquer Mid-States

    Written by Olivia Biddle The New Palestine High School Marching Dragons competed and placed first in the Mid-States competition on Saturday, November 5 in Kings Mills, Ohio. For many students, […]

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  • Written by Elizabeth Harris When it comes to visibility, we are a very different society than we were even five and 10 years ago, but there’s still a long way to […]

    Opinion: Let LGBTQ+ be seen

    Written by Elizabeth Harris When it comes to visibility, we are a very different society than we were even five and 10 years ago, but there’s still a long way to […]

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  • Brief by Catrina Lambert On Sep. 14, the fire alarms went off in the second floor of NPHS. The alarm automatically contacted the Sugar Creek Township Fire Department, which required […]

    Fire precautions

    Brief by Catrina Lambert On Sep. 14, the fire alarms went off in the second floor of NPHS. The alarm automatically contacted the Sugar Creek Township Fire Department, which required […]

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