HOSA “JAM”s for a Cause
by Hannah Stombaugh
A New Prairie High School HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) group consisting of juniors Callie Metzger, Allie Palmer, Megan Boyd, and Addie Woodham are hosting a dance marathon called JAM (Jake and Mark) on February 3rd, from 4-10 pm CST at the LaPorte Civic Auditorium.
The One Memory of a Book Review
by Emmy Kirkham
Up-and-coming author, Emily Barr, displays her talent for writing through the novel “The One Memory of Flora Banks.”
Moser’s Opens New Business
by Morgan Faulkenburg
Werner Moser is opening Moser’s Craft Beer House, dismissing the rumors of closure.
Front Row: Violeta Mendez, Clara Hooton, Morgan Faulkenburg, Grace Schumann, Jocelyn Hayes; Row 2: Gabey Voleger, Kylie Dillon, Elizabeth Thomas, Hannah Stombaugh, Madison Faulkenburg, Summer Griffin, Kiley Shelton; Back Row: Ethan Dowling, Tyler Ryder, Chris Haverstock, Ashlee Burroughs, Emmy Kirkham, Sophie Bull
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