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Basketball Rundown

Article by Austin Evans and Ryan Freeman

With the season winding down in ECC basketball play, the Knights varsity men’s and women’s teams looked to get some key wins.

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Basketball Rundown

Article by Austin Evans and Ryan Freeman

The Varsity basketball teams had three games last week, with the men’s team going 1-1 and the women’s team losing in close fashion.

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Photo by Jim Shult

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Rushing Past the Odds

Article by Austin Evans

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Photo by Ryan Meyers

Whether it’s laughing at a joke his friends made, or saying hello to a staff member, Nak’emon never stops smiling. Nak’emon Williams is the star running back for the football team.  However, watching him on the football field makes you forget that he is a human being. Continue reading

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A Coach’s Legacy

Article by Christian Pierce

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Coach Andy Olds wears three wristbands on his right wrist. One of them says climb the mountain, another says P.A.C.T. for Kings Junior High, and the last one says LTA. The third wristband is the most important. Continue reading

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Humans of Kings

Jordan C.JPG“Getting the family together having, ya know, everyone over celebrating is always nice. Continue reading

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Cincinnati in Winter:
A Guide to the Wonderlands

Article by Shannon Tuggle

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Photo by Emily Holland

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Overtaking the Senior Mind

Article by Gabriella Stover

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Jess Harmon works on her college applications on the Common Application. Photo by Gabby
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The December 1st deadline for college applications has finally passed, and the wait for acceptance letters is now over. All throughout September, October, and November, seniors spent hours and hours writing essays, collecting old grades, rewards, transcripts, in order to make the best impression on every college they apply to.  The strenuous, prolonged applications can easily stress out any student. Continue reading

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Operation Frontlines: Helping the Homeless

Article by Ann Hernandez

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People walk on the streets of Chicago, where homelessness is a large problem. Photo by Shannon Tuggle.

Somewhere out in the cold someone is hungry, someone is crying, and someone is searching the streets for money and food. Individuals crowd the streets with instruments and old restaurant cups in hopes of receiving spare change. The polluted smell of the city and old fast food wrappers blow through the wind only moments later hitting the black, wheel-stained road into what we know as reality. Continue reading

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Trials and Testimonies of Confidence

Article by Maddie Feltner

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Senior Kaitlyn Knific. Photo by Shannon Tuggle.

Silence hangs in the air. A judge sits at the front of the crowded courtroom, and students and teachers from schools all over the city crowd the room. All eyes in the room focus on one person: Kaitlyn Knific. Her heart beats heavily as she takes the stand. In this moment, she is not a senior at Kings High School; she is Campbell Bolt, the mayor of a small town wrapped up in a big trial. Continue reading