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  • By: Cody Almond With the news of a new album from a band no on has heard from since the last time they featured a song in a movie, (most […]

    New low for American Hi-Fi

    By: Cody Almond With the news of a new album from a band no on has heard from since the last time they featured a song in a movie, (most […]

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  • By: Kelsey Williams Twilight, True Blood, Vampire Weekend, Jersey Shore, Lady Gaga, Jonas Brothers, all things that have caught the attention of the public in the last few years, and […]

    Laugh out loud success

    By: Kelsey Williams Twilight, True Blood, Vampire Weekend, Jersey Shore, Lady Gaga, Jonas Brothers, all things that have caught the attention of the public in the last few years, and […]

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  • By: Kelsey Williams Iron Maiden’s new album “The Final Frontier” has been ranked NO. 1 in 21 countries since its debut. As he travels on the beast of Burden, Moving […]

    Ruling with an iron fist

    By: Kelsey Williams Iron Maiden’s new album “The Final Frontier” has been ranked NO. 1 in 21 countries since its debut. As he travels on the beast of Burden, Moving […]

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  • By: Samantha Farley Teenage Dream is the name of Katy Perry’s new album that landed on shelves August 24. Perry’s music has a pop sound that will be playing in […]

    Katy Perry’s California Candyland

    By: Samantha Farley Teenage Dream is the name of Katy Perry’s new album that landed on shelves August 24. Perry’s music has a pop sound that will be playing in […]

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  • By: Aaron Carpenter The administration of New Palestine High School is carrying out a decision this year to mix the grade-levels of students in the recently constructed ‘Freshmen wing.’ The […]

    Student classes mixed

    By: Aaron Carpenter The administration of New Palestine High School is carrying out a decision this year to mix the grade-levels of students in the recently constructed ‘Freshmen wing.’ The […]

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  • By: Josh Hanselman As the economy fell and we advanced into a recession last year, school budgets were Mitch Daniels announced that $300 billion would be cut over 18 months […]

    Aftermath of Cuts

    By: Josh Hanselman As the economy fell and we advanced into a recession last year, school budgets were Mitch Daniels announced that $300 billion would be cut over 18 months […]

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  • By: Rebekah Casad New computers arrived in NPHS teacher Jeremy Large’s room over the 2010 summer.  There are 30 iMacs, and 30 iPads, a revolution from Macs to PCs. “I […]

    Grant gives new lab

    By: Rebekah Casad New computers arrived in NPHS teacher Jeremy Large’s room over the 2010 summer.  There are 30 iMacs, and 30 iPads, a revolution from Macs to PCs. “I […]

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  • By: Josh Hanselman Our past decade was marked by several disasters, such as the 2004 Indian Tsunami, the 2005 Kashmir Earthquake, and the earthquake in Haiti this past year. The […]

    Massive floods in Pakistan

    By: Josh Hanselman Our past decade was marked by several disasters, such as the 2004 Indian Tsunami, the 2005 Kashmir Earthquake, and the earthquake in Haiti this past year. The […]

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  • By: Rebekah Casad The effort to ban “spice” in Indiana has reached Hancock County.  “Spice” is a synthetic marijuana, and is potentially deadly to its users. “Spice” is sold at […]

    “Spice” ban in Indiana

    By: Rebekah Casad The effort to ban “spice” in Indiana has reached Hancock County.  “Spice” is a synthetic marijuana, and is potentially deadly to its users. “Spice” is sold at […]

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  • By: Rebekah Casad The Sugar Creek Library postponed expansion indefinitely.  The library wanted to start expansion this summer, but was unable to, due to the economy. The libraries expansion would […]

    Library plans postponed

    By: Rebekah Casad The Sugar Creek Library postponed expansion indefinitely.  The library wanted to start expansion this summer, but was unable to, due to the economy. The libraries expansion would […]

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