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NJROTC student receives full tuition scholarship to Auburn

November 9, 2011

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By: Kathryn Vance As senior Tabitha Foster received a phone call from Commander Maynard in the minutes leading up to her first period class, the others in the room could only hear her side of the conversation, each short response filled...

NAHS publications recognized at SISPA convention

November 2, 2011

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By: Caroline Utz On October 28 the NAHS yearbook and newspaper staffs traveled to Indiana University Southeast to attend the annual Southeastern Indiana Student Press Association convention promoting scholastic journalism.  St...

Thousands gather in Louisville to walk for a cause

October 25, 2011

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By: Abby Nash Saturday October 22, “Strides to end Breast Cancer” held its annual Breast Cancer walk. The walk was three and a half miles through downtown Louisville. In years past, the walking route included walking across t...

Harvest Homecoming once again a success

October 20, 2011

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News Briefs

October 13, 2011

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By: Drew Hendrickson Bridge repairs offer hope The Sherman Minton Bridge was closed on Sept. 9 as the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) discovered a two and one-half inch crack in a structural beam. INDOT is curre...

One small stepping stone toward a bright future

October 13, 2011

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By: Kathryn Vance College and the future are stressful and confusing times for all. Many could not imagine having the added pressure of being immersed in a situation where there was a constant language barrier. However, for man...

Downtown New Albany flourishes with the opening of inventive new shops, creative restaurants

October 13, 2011

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By: Maria Johnson Many people enjoy going across the river to hang out in Louisville and stop at cool shops there.  Some say it’s more fun than New Albany, but with the town flourishing recently, people are starting to disa...

Alumni prosper after they leave the halls of NAHS, move on to college

October 13, 2011

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By: Caroline Utz As seniors settle into their final year of high school, overwhelming panic may begin. Uncertain future plans, endless college applications, standardized testing, and admissions essays can all add up to one st...

Harvest Homecoming committee awards Floyd County seniors more than $10,000 in scholarship money at annual Who Wants to Be a College Student event

October 5, 2011

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By: Jessie Madden Being handed money is a dream for most teenagers. Who Wants to be a College Student, a Harvest homecoming program, awards high school students cash toward their college tuition for answering a few questions....

Banned books week comes to a close

October 4, 2011

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By Maria Johnson Violence, racism, sexuality, and much more has been spotted in books of all kind for as long as one can remember. Throughout history people have been writing their thoughts, and other people not approving of...

October ushers in Breast Cancer Awareness Month

September 29, 2011

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By: Caroline Utz As autumn begins, activities like apple picking, Harvest Homecoming and Halloween decorating are just around the corner. While October may be filled with those classic fall activities, it is also a crucial t...

Students help themselves by helping others

September 16, 2011

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Web Connection By: Maria Johnson When the end of school comes around, students can practically smell the sweet summer days taunting them with visions of all-nighters, breakfast at 3 P.M. and sun-soaking fashions. But contrary to...

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