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Civil Rights Movement began 50 years ago

Chandler Price, Reporter

February 14, 2018

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This year marks  the Civil Rights movement 50 year anniversary of race progress. “I believe race relations have changed drastically since Martin Luther King’s days, even though several racial incidents have happened,” ...

What you need to know about the government shutdown

Lily Haag, News Section Editor

January 24, 2018

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The United States government shut down on January 19, but what does this really mean? What is a government shutdown? A government shutdown occurs when a spending plan cannot be agreed on by the Senate. Many federal agencies...

Art students awarded $15,000

Kylee Jackson, Web Editor

January 9, 2018

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     Holding It Together  by// Lili Kaelin  The Mermaid by// Elizabeth Smith Seniors Lili Kaelin and Elizabeth Smith were each awarded $15,000 at the St. James Art Fair last month. “Winning the scholarship was encou...

Working to #BeHeard

Emily Owens, Editor-in-chief

January 9, 2018

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Scholastic journalists all over the state are working to pass a bill into state law which will better protect their first amendment rights. Indiana state representative Ed Clere co-authored bill HB 1130, also known as the New...

200+ geese euthanized in Clarksville by// Tanner Burch

September 18, 2017

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  Between June 3 and July 3 more than 200 geese were euthanized in Clarksville off of Veterans Parkway. The intent was to control the overpopulation of geese, reduce sanitation issues, as well as clear out land for a constr...

NAFC’s interim superintendent By//Lily Haag

August 31, 2017

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     Since superintendent Dr. Bruce Hibbard resigned in June 2017, Dr. Brad Snyder has taken over his duties as the superintendent.     “It was a mixed blessing,” Dr. Snyder said. “It was a little bit of both. ...

New Albany’s Totality

August 21, 2017

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