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Humane society offers tips on animal care

Humane society offers tips on animal care

Olivia Buchtenkirk, Cartoonist

February 11, 2019


Filed under Features, Top Stories

State director of the United States Humane Society Erin Huang recently spoke at the Animal Rescue club about ways on how as a community we can get involved and help the humane society. Some simple ways to help is to volunteer at the shelter, donate toys and food, raise money, dog walking at the shelter...

Necco closure ends classic Valentine’s Day Sweethearts Candy

Necco closure ends classic Valentine’s Day Sweethearts Candy

Hallie Gallinat, Unity Director

January 31, 2019


Filed under Features, Top Stories

After more than 100 years of producing candy, the New England Confectionery Co., or Necco, went out of business in spring of 2018. This brings an end to candies like Necco Wafers and the Valentine’s Day candy Sweethearts. Following the bankruptcy, Necco was bought by Round Hill Investments, then...

ITOWN Church uses school for services

ITOWN Church uses school for services

John Yun and Laney Kyle

January 31, 2019


Filed under Features, Top Stories, Video

Booming music resonates throughout the auditorium as hundreds of people sing passionately along with the five lead singers on stage, raising their hands toward the heavens. Lead pastors Dave and Kate Sumrall started ITOWN church when they say God told them to plant a church in the Indianapolis area. So, on...

Transportation department combats polar vortex

Transportation department combats polar vortex

Helen Rummel, Editor-in-Chief

January 30, 2019


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Indiana reached record low temperatures on Jan. 30 according to WTHR. The HSE school district canceled school for both Wednesday and Thursday due to “extreme cold temperatures." Buses are often considered by the transportation department when temperatures drop below freezing. The district takes ext...

MLK Day causes debate

MLK Day causes debate

Ashley Steele, Copy Editor

January 21, 2019


Filed under Features, Top Stories

For over a decade, Martin Luther King Jr. served as the primary leader of the US Civil Rights Movement in which he preached peaceful protest. In 1983, 15 years after MLK’s assassination, President Ronald Reagan signed MLK Day into law, making it a national holiday. While it is a federal holiday, about...

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