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Boys basketball season recap

On Friday, March 6, the boys basketball team was defeated 77-69 by Warren Central. After a back and forth game, the Panthers fell just short in their sectional semifinal matchup.  The Panthers were 12-9...

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Township administration preparing for coronavirus

Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is a respiratory virus which can lead to fatality. The virus was first reported in Wuhan City, China in late December 2019. As of March 10, more than 116,736...

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Job Fair: Eleanor Reno

Eleanor Reno, 10 Q: Where do you work? A: I work at the Riviera Club. Q: How long have you worked there? A: I’ve been working at Rivi for a year. Q: How much...

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Boys basketball draws first round bye in sectionals

On Sunday, February 23, the Indiana High School Athletic Association announced the results of the boys basketball sectional drawing, which determines the bracket for each sectional tournament across the state.  NC resides in Sectional...

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Club Corner: Lion Catchers

In this week’s Club Corner, we will be featuring the Lion Catchers Club. In this program, high school students and teachers help tutor and mentor elementary school kids. Lion Catchers was formed in 2014...

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Sophomore runs blossoming Instagram fitness page

On any given day one can walk into the weight room and see tons of students working toward their personal fitness goals. Yet not all students use the school facilities. Sophomore Eli Bernstein pursues...

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Boys basketball vs. Pike preview

The boys basketball team squares up with the 14-6 Pike Red Devils on Friday. Tipoff will be at 7:30 p.m. at NC.  Pike senior point guard Davion Bailey, who leads the team in points...

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Job fair: David Mayes

David Mayes, 12 Q: Where do you work? A: I work at PacSun. Q: How long have you worked there? A: I have worked there for three months. Q: How much do you make...

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Five Little Things: Senior assassin

Five Little Things That Senior Assassin Should Keep The game should remain seniors only to continue to enhance senior year and give underclassmen something to look forward to. The running car rule needs to...

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Faculty-student duo wins summer trip to Hawaii

When sophomore Henley Lynch submitted her application in early October for the Sacrifice for Freedom: World War II in the Pacific Student & Teacher Institute program, she was not expecting to hear back. In...

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The Counterpoints to perform at Washington, D.C. gala

The Counterpoints have experienced consistent success over the past few years, winning the state championship multiple times and nationals two years ago. The group’s prestige was recently recognized via an invitation to perform at...

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Senior cellist flourishes in NC’s orchestra program

Symphony Orchestra, NC’s top orchestra, is a high level program requiring years of experience and practice to be involved in. For first chair senior cellist Isaac Camara, however, music comes easily to him. “I...

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Blood drive aims to set new standards

NC’s annual blood drive has been taking place for over twenty years and has blossomed into the largest high school blood drive in Indiana. The size and impact of NC’s blood drive surpasses other...

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Five Little Things: School cafeteria

Five food items the school cafeteria should keep Country fried steak Breakfast croissant Chicken tenders Meatloaf Chicken and rice Five food items the school cafeteria should add Caesar salad Buffalo wings Grilled chicken Fruit...

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Uncertainty remains surrounding school board seat

During the general election in November 2018, one of the positions voted on was the Washington Township school board position for District Two. Incumbent Don Kite had served three consecutive terms beginning in 2006....