Some parents are concerned about the Summit Learning platform at Cedar Crest Intermediate School after nearly a semester using the new program.
A group of Holy Trinity Catholic School third- and fourth-graders visited Brookside Village Wednesday to create ornaments with veterans as part of the kids’ Destination Imagination project.
Area coaches believe that a heavy focus on the defensive end of the floor can only work in their team’s favor if they hope to have a meaningful season playing ball.
A Q&A with Heritage Hills senior Mitchell Hopf who will be running track and cross country in college for Indiana State University.
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