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March 13, 2020

Despite a re-modeled version of the XFL, the league seems doomed to fail.

Noblesville Schools to close due to COVID-19

Noblesville Schools to close due to COVID-19

March 12, 2020

Students will have no school Monday and eLearning from Tuesday 3/17 until 3/28

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.

Conservation central: These are the top ten trashless tips for high school students

Conservation central: These are the top ten trashless tips for high school students

February 25, 2020

Earth today isn’t far from an apocalyptic disaster. Maybe not as bad as the movie “2012,” but the world’s third mass extinction event seems to be well underway and the human race isn’t exactly helping solve the problem. Storms are gradually getting worse, the global temperature is excessively increasing, and there will be global warming deniers until the sea levels are at their doorstep. It’s only a matter of time before the human race decimates our only home, and ourselves. For a single high school student in the Midwest, having any effect on this reality can seem insurmountable. But if each and every student at NHS became even a little more environmentally conscious, then changing this harsh reality could be more achievable

Noblesville bowling team wins state

Noblesville bowling team wins state

February 24, 2020

On February 1st, after a hard working season, Noblesville High School's bowling team became the first ever co-ed team to win state. In the competition they competed against many schools in Indiana, but in...

Elliott Craw lays the foundation for his next makeup masterpiece.

Behind the terror: Senior Elliott Craw brings scary creatures to life through makeup

February 23, 2020

A dark, decaying house awaits your arrival. Stepping inside you see the face of a spine-tingling body. Screams reside in the shadows of every corner. Souls move rotting hands to their faces, terrifying those who pass. Alarming faces reveal themselves around each corner, skin dangling from their living corpses.

“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.

Be mine, my friend: Valentine's Day isn't just for couples now...

Be mine, my friend: Valentine’s Day isn’t just for couples now…

February 20, 2020

It’s the day filled with candy, teddy bears, dates, roses, and, most importantly, love. Yes, it’s that time of year again. Where the couples have their dates, and singles find their last ice cream container. Valentine’s Day is most known as a day of romance seen between couples. But the most common and untalked about love is the one shared between friends. Whether single or taken, or even complicated, there are still many ways you can spend Galentine’s day with your best buddies.

The signs say it all: Horoscopes are at an all time high... here’s why

The signs say it all: Horoscopes are at an all time high… here’s why

February 19, 2020

In life, nothing can just be. An article of clothing can’t just be a poorly tailored piece of cloth. A child’s acting out can’t just be an impulsive reaction to them not getting their way. A birthday can’t just mean a year longer lived. Since my sixth grade year, I’ve filled out charts sorting seemingly meaningless symbols into what they truly represent. You know those charts your teachers assign you where you have to read a story and then make a list of symbols and what they represent? One symbol that I’ve continuously identified has been the star and how stars represent one’s fate.

Rudy tries on a fashionable pair of sunglasses and a hat in the 
Salvation Army in Noblesville. Rudy enjoys shopping secondhand and expressing her personality with what she finds.

Thrifting thrills: Senior Aubrey Rudy has a knack for transforming ordinary vintage clothes into a stylish wardrobe

February 19, 2020

She walks in through the large glass doors with the words Salvation Army inscribed in big red letters. The musty aroma of mothballs brings nostalgia of years past and she feels comforted by the friendly faces awaiting her. As she looks around, various items of clothing that would normally be tossed aside, transform into stylish outfits the world is eagerly waiting to see.

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.

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