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Township encouraged to vote yes on referenda

Staff editorial As the crucial vote on June 2 for school referenda rapidly approaches, controversy fills citizens that live in the township on whether to vote yes or not.  According to the Washington Township...

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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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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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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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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....

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Food drive benefits township families

Throughout the month of November and up until December 6, the Key Club is hosting its annual canned food drive. The donated food items will be distributed on December 13 and 14.  “[The goal...

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Teachers’ march to the Statehouse taking place tomorrow

Tomorrow, November 19, Indiana teachers will be participating in Red for Ed Action Day. Teachers will be marching to the Statehouse to protest grievances with the state’s current education system. Numerous NC teachers, along...

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Students clean up the NC woods

The NC woods, located on the east side of the school’s campus, is a large, natural forest utilized by science classes. However, it has been a significant period since trash clean-up efforts have taken...

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Senior bonfire preview

The senior bonfire is an annual event that has been a tradition at North Central since at least the 1990s. It is today at 9 p.m. after the last home football game. The game...

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Five Little Things: Football’s win over Carmel

The score was NC 27-21 Carmel. The football team’s win against Carmel was the first one for the program since 2005. It was Carmel’s homecoming game. Senior wide receiver Richard Hamilton had 141 receiving...

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Quinn’s How To: Succeeding in school

Three useful tips to help any student excel in school Tip 1: Turn in your homework on time. Homework is typical daily activity for every high schooler. There really is no excuse to not...

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NC vs. Carmel football game preview

Today, the football team travels to Hamilton County to take on no. 2 ranked Carmel. The Panthers are coming off of their second straight win, a 24-20 victory over Center Grove at Panther Stadium....

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Fall band festival preview

The Fall Band Festival takes place Friday in the auditorium at 7 p.m. and will last for about an hour. The festival features the wind ensemble, marching band and the three middle school advanced...

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Helpful college information and deadlines

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