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When Johnson isn't on a shoot with a client or friend, she uses her tripod to capture creative self portraits. In this one she's stepped into a winter wonderland as her setting.

From passion to profit: Niah Johnson’s love for photography has turned from just a hobby to a business

October 9, 2020

To take a picture is to capture a moment of light. Releasing the shutter is an invigorating action that catapults flashing brightness into a magical box. An image is formed entirely by the sun. Some may say that one must possess this light themselves to capture it. Junior Niah Johnson is a gifted photographer and certainly possesses this light, as some of her clients and friends say. 

Kiana Siefert steals the ball from the opposing team. As she sprints down field, she takes the ball to score.

COVID-19 versus Noblesville Millers: The need to keep players healthy has caused practices and games to look a little different this year

October 8, 2020

The need to keep players healthy has caused practices and games to look a little different this year For many athletes at Noblesville High School, sports are an outlet to relieve stress and anxiety. Since...

The new normal: life after COVID-19 might be different than life before, and that’s okay

The new normal: life after COVID-19 might be different than life before, and that’s okay

May 29, 2020

It’s weird, and a bit daunting to think about, but we’re literally making history right now. 

One mask at a time: The Hamilton County Indiana Mask Brigade fights for health with their own hands

One mask at a time: The Hamilton County Indiana Mask Brigade fights for health with their own hands

May 26, 2020

Libby Sutherland had a million reasons to want to fight Covid-19. She, of course, wanted to protect her kids who have heart conditions and her mother who lives with them. But she also didn’t want her kids, a junior and a senior at NHS, to have to miss out on special milestones like prom and graduation. And so, with a newfound conviction to do what she could to protect healthcare workers, her family, and her friends, she decided to form the Hamilton County Mask Brigade.

Saying Goodbye; Seniors didn’t get the regular graduation they wanted, but that’s not all senior year is about

Saying Goodbye; Seniors didn’t get the regular graduation they wanted, but that’s not all senior year is about

May 26, 2020

I know times are rough. I know you had a vision of your picture-perfect senior year. I know you didn’t get to say goodbye to the school you have been in for three and a half years. Covid-19 took the...

Carmel had to throw in near student section.

Carmel beats Noblesville in basketball playoffs 39-37 (March 6)

March 12, 2020

The Millers put up a strong game against the Greyhounds last week.

Taking the oath: NHS students are sworn into the military… from space

February 28, 2020

Officiating the ceremony was Colonel Andrew R. Morgan, a NASA astronaut currently on board the International Space Station.

“They're great kids and they work hard and have learned pretty well so far,” coach Donna Buckley said about the five freshmen girls in the basketball team.

The new Fab Five: The Lady Millers have five future stars in the making

February 22, 2020

High school sports can be a rude awakening for incoming freshmen due to the heightened expectations when it comes to both school and sports.

Co-owners Robyn and Mark Littler make and serve beverages behind the counter at Noble Coffee and Tea in downtown Noblesville. “It’s funny because a lot of people so me what my favorite [drink] is, looking for sweeter drinks. But I’m a black coffee person, so I really like Ethiopian coffees.” Robyn said.

The noblest of coffee (and tea): Noblesville Coffee and Tea owners know there is more to a coffee shop than the drinks

February 18, 2020

The average person travels about 30 miles each day, usually to get to their jobs and/or schools and then back home. But a majority of these people can’t even begin their daily arduous journey without a good ol’ cup of joe from a coffee shop like Noble Coffee and Tea.

Locked in: Student and expert voices detail the experience of being trapped in an unhealthy friendship

Locked in: Student and expert voices detail the experience of being trapped in an unhealthy friendship

February 14, 2020

You’ve seen it before… A friendship starts well, ends badly. Fights happen, manipulation takes place, rumors are spread, and in the end, a lot of feelings are hurt.

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