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  • By: Mindy Seaton A sworn oath and a signature on a line may be the formal start to a military career. Talking to a recruiter and studying the armed forces […]

    Red Dragon: The True Military Experience

    By: Mindy Seaton A sworn oath and a signature on a line may be the formal start to a military career. Talking to a recruiter and studying the armed forces […]

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  •   By: Rebekah Casad Rumors have been circulating the school about schedule changes next year or even after Spring Break this year, but nothing has been determined. “Nothing’s set in […]

    Schedule Changes

      By: Rebekah Casad Rumors have been circulating the school about schedule changes next year or even after Spring Break this year, but nothing has been determined. “Nothing’s set in […]

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  • By: Josh Hanselman A bill currently being reviewed in the Indiana legislature might create controversy by forming a charter school board for Indiana. A charter school is a form of […]

    Bill helps charter schools in Indiana

    By: Josh Hanselman A bill currently being reviewed in the Indiana legislature might create controversy by forming a charter school board for Indiana. A charter school is a form of […]

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  •   By: Rebekah Casad Interstate 70 between Post Road and Mt. Comfort Road is undergoing construction which is almost halfway done and is expected to end in 2012. The Indiana […]

    I-70 Construction

      By: Rebekah Casad Interstate 70 between Post Road and Mt. Comfort Road is undergoing construction which is almost halfway done and is expected to end in 2012. The Indiana […]

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  •   By: Josh Hanselman Violence has consumed the North African country of Libya, as rebels attempt to overthrow the government and its loyalists. Many Libyan citizens partook in major protests […]

    Revolution in Libya

      By: Josh Hanselman Violence has consumed the North African country of Libya, as rebels attempt to overthrow the government and its loyalists. Many Libyan citizens partook in major protests […]

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  • By: News Staff From french fries and breadsticks to fresh fruit and vegetables, New Palestine High School’s cafeteria is making drastic changes to their menu options for the students. Many […]

    New Cafeteria Law

    By: News Staff From french fries and breadsticks to fresh fruit and vegetables, New Palestine High School’s cafeteria is making drastic changes to their menu options for the students. Many […]

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  •   By: Josh Hanselman Elle’s Law: Curbing Reckless Driving The new “Elle’s Law” passed in New York and might soon become a national law. Formed in 2009, the law increases […]

    News In Brief

      By: Josh Hanselman Elle’s Law: Curbing Reckless Driving The new “Elle’s Law” passed in New York and might soon become a national law. Formed in 2009, the law increases […]

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  •   By: Josh Hanselman Workers and legislators in Indiana and Wisconsin faced controversy over a bill that many thought threatened their jobs. The “Right to Work” bill was proposed by […]

    “Right to Work” act brings fury

      By: Josh Hanselman Workers and legislators in Indiana and Wisconsin faced controversy over a bill that many thought threatened their jobs. The “Right to Work” bill was proposed by […]

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  • By: Emily Brauchle On January 7, 2011, the newest school board member, Meghan Morrison was quoted by Channel 6 News, stating that there is $400,000 of surplus money in the […]

    Non-exsistent surplus dollars

    By: Emily Brauchle On January 7, 2011, the newest school board member, Meghan Morrison was quoted by Channel 6 News, stating that there is $400,000 of surplus money in the […]

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  • By: Aaron Carpenter February is dating violence month, and with the occasion a massive campaign by a new student organization at the high school is intended. Speak Out is a […]

    New Palestine Speaks Out against dating violence

    By: Aaron Carpenter February is dating violence month, and with the occasion a massive campaign by a new student organization at the high school is intended. Speak Out is a […]

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