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Refugee Struggle by// Sophie Owens

November 9, 2016

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I’m sitting in my grandma’s silver car, age 10, and listening to her speak about atomic bomb drills. She goes into great description about how she would be sitting in class learning about multiplication, just as I had that...

The Little Free Library

March 14, 2016

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By: Rosie Brown The Southern Indiana Arts Council, the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana’s Youth Philanthropy Council (YPC), and NAHS are collaborating to create Little Free Library boxes for the YPC’s annual community...

Giving back

November 23, 2015

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By: Madisyn Zipper Mrs. Charmaine Corrie and Freshman Bulldog Scholars served 200 at the St. Marks Soup Kitchen FACS Teacher Mrs. Corrie believes that it’s always important to give back to the community, and she strives to ...

Election infection

November 23, 2015

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By: Rosie Brown Some students will be eligible to vote for the 45th president In November 2016 United States citizens will be voting for a new president. The majority of teens enrolled in high school are not old enough to v...

“We’re here for something important”

November 23, 2015

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By: Madisyn Zipper The Green Dot organization is dedicated to reduce violence in the community A select number of the student body spent a day in late October sharing values and training to know how to target what they call ...

Teachers making bank (sort of)

October 8, 2015

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By: Madisyn Zipper  Teachers breathe a sigh of relief after being given a three percent raise on this year’s contract Last week, the teacher’s association ratified a contract that will give NA-FC teachers a three percent ...

Strive to drive

September 24, 2015

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By: Quintin Condra Time to buckle up. In July the state of Indiana changed the legal driving age from 16 and 180 days to 16 and 90 days with drivers education, according to BMV.gov. Underclassmen anxiously await for the day they...

Annie takes the stage

December 3, 2014

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By Allie Lambert ...

Gospel celebration concert

December 3, 2014

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Celebrating fifteen years of tradition By Raechel Lites  On October 22 Choral Director Mrs. Linda DeRungs and Dr. Roosevelt Escalante from Morehead State University opened the doors for the fifteenth year of the annual Gospel Choir Concert, including the NAHS choir, the Je...

Turnip for what

December 3, 2014

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Healthier options now available in school vending machines By Erin Short  Twas the day after fall break and all through the school, not a Pop Tart was for sale because of the new healthy food rule. Many students are questioning ...

A.L.I.C.E. training

December 3, 2014

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Teachers participate in simulation training to ensure student safety By Julia Campisano  November 4 was an important day, not just for our country’s voters, but for NAHS teachers. While the students enjoyed a day off, the ...

Ebola makes its way to the states

December 3, 2014

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Be proactive, take precautions to remain well By Julia Campisano  The newest buzz is the recent spread of Ebola here to the United States from West Africa. Though the outbreak in West Africa is much worse than the few cases ...

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