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Harrison High School students serve local first responders

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) -- Harrison high school students delivered treats to local first responders on Dec. 16. The students are part of a leadership ...

Harrison student suspected of being drunk at school  Journal & Courier

Harrison High School administrators summoned a sheriff's deputy to the office about 10 a.m. Thursday after believing a 16-year-old boy was drunk.

Inexperienced Harrison boys basketball embracing each opportunity to get better  Journal & Courier

The Raiders improved to 2-0 with a win over West Lafayette.

30 to Watch: Jashun Paluru, from competition to coaching  Journal & Courier

Jashun Paluru competed on the national stage for the last time this June. Now, he's found a new contest to dominate.

Eight cases of whooping cough reported in Tippecanoe County  Journal & Courier

Five students at a single Tippecanoe School Corp. school contracted the contagious virus, which begins with cold-like symptoms.

Run, Charlie, Run: 70 Touchdowns Later, High School Back Still Seeking Attention  Bleacher Report

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Although he can barely feel his fingers inside his winter gloves, Chris Spegal keeps doing what he has always done when his son ...

More flat tuition rates, posthumous degrees approved at Purdue Board of Trustees Meeting

The Purdue Board of Trustees held its final meeting of 2018 on the morning of Friday December 7th.

Live 765: Greater Lafayette's arts & entertainment calendar for Dec. 6-19  Journal & Courier

Check out what's going on in Greater Lafayette's arts & entertainment scene.

Bangert: Harrison grad’s new Broadway gig includes a kiss right out of RFRA-era Indiana  Journal & Courier

Ted Arthur's first full-time Broadway show, "The Prom," has a RFRA theme ripped from his native Indiana -- not to mention that Macy's Parade kiss.

Harrison High School student arrested after fight  Journal & Courier

A 14-year-old girl at Harrison High School was arrested Wednesday morning after she started a fight, according to Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office.

Harrison High School hosts career day

Harrison High School freshman are getting a head start on what they may want to do for the rest of their lives.

Harrison Bands Craft Show | Calendar

Featuring all hand made arts and crafts, baked goods, and Harvest Cafe serving breakfast items, lunch items and snacks.

Harrison defense eager for New Palestine matchup  Journal & Courier

The Raiders host New Pal in Friday's 7 p.m. regional.

New year, new look for many area schools  Journal & Courier

Summer officially has come to an end for Greater Lafayette students but the rumble of bulldozers won't fade as quickly as those tan lines. The Journal & Courier ...

Greater Lafayette holiday calendar  Journal & Courier

Searching for activities available in the Greater Lafayette area this holiday season? Look no further.

Harrison High School student steals car, dies in crash  Journal & Courier

Tuesday started for Travis L. Abston Jr. with stealing his dad's car and tragically ended a few hours later in Abson's death in traffic accident.

Harrison High School honors walkout day differently

Some students at Harrison High School didn't need to walk outside to be heard on Wednesday. They honored the lives lost in the school auditorium.

This I Believe: Stephanie Browning, Harrison High School  Journal & Courier

Over the past month, west central Indiana highs school seniors have been putting their viewpoints into words for an essay contest titled “This I Believe.

Marion upset slips through Harrison's fingers  Journal & Courier

WEST LAFAYETTE — On a night when almost everything went wrong for the Marion football team, the Giants' defense finally did one thing right — four times in ...

Despite Crohn's disease, Marcel Atisso plays three football positions at Indiana HS  USA TODAY High School Sports

Harrison HS (West Lafayette, Ind.) sophomore Marcel Atisso was told he would never play sports again. After a year and a half, he returned.

Harrison football team more confident ahead of game against Lafayette Jeff  Journal & Courier

WEST LAFAYETTE — A stellar second half on defense and the continued growth of Andrew Jensen at quarterback came at just the right time for the Harrison ...

Harrison boys golf extends sectional title streak to 9  Journal & Courier

Harrison boys golf claims its ninth consecutive sectional championship and advances to regional with Benton Central and Central Catholic.

West Lafayette sophomore Alaina Omonode goes from softball to track to regional  Journal & Courier

WEST LAFAYETTE — Alaina Omonode traded in a softball for a shot put. When the former West Lafayette catcher traded in her cleats for a track and field outfit, ...

Harrison, McCutcheon initiate new security policy at front doors  Journal & Courier

Grief and shock over the Valentine's Day shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School turned to action here.

Raider Basketball Club tryouts  Journal & Courier

Tryouts will be held Oct. 8 and 10 for boys interested in playing for the Raider Basketball Club.

Tippecanoe sheriff debate: Dombkowski and Goldsmith echo as often as differ  Journal & Courier

In a congenial, but on-point debate, sheriff candidates find subtle ways to separate themselves on drugs, school safety and fixing a department.

Students safe after Tippecanoe School Corp. bus washed off the road  Journal & Courier

As a cautionary tale for drivers: There's enough power in those flood waters to wash a school bus off the road.

Harrison's pool renovations are going swimmingly

It's almost been 50 years since any renovations were completed on Harrison High School's swimming pool.

Greater Lafayette boys and girls soccer sectional pairings  Journal & Courier

Reigning state champion Harrison will open the Lafayette Jeff Class 3A boys soccer sectional against Kokomo.

Journal & Courier Big School softball Player of the Year: Harrison's Kaeley Hallada  Journal & Courier

The senior catcher hit .453 with 5 home runs and 34 RBI.

Rensselaer swimming on solid ground as Weilbaker departs

After a great high school season, a club season with a state appearance and a summer league season that ended with a fifth straight conference title, Brett ...

New security measures in place at McCutcheon and Harrison High Schools

LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — New security measures are in place at McCutcheon and Harrison High Schools. This comes as a temporary solution after concerns ...

Four sectional records fall as West Lafayette girls track four-peats  Journal & Courier

WEST LAFAYETTE — Led by three record-smashing performances, West Lafayette ran away with its fourth straight girls track and field sectional title Tuesday at ...

Harrison teacher earns state recognition

Harrison High School math teacher, Doug Klumpe, has been named the most influential teacher in the state by the Indiana Association of School Principals.

Chad's Garden, November 19: 1820 Tippecanoe County Vegetation & What the Barrens Originally Looked Like

We take a look back at original Tippecanoe County vegetation based on pioneer accounts & land surveys & reconstruct the original fairgrounds barrens.

Coroner: Battle Ground teen had meth in system during fatal crash

Coroner Steven Seele said the autopsy showed Abston died from blunt force trauma to the head, neck and chest with a contributing factor of methamphetamine ...

Harrison's Alison Hannon is J&C Girls Soccer Player of the Year  Journal & Courier

The senior midfielder had seven goals and nine assist for the sectional champions.

Greater Lafayette schools' graduation rates stay steady  Journal & Courier

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Greater Lafayette area schools didn't see much change in graduation rates in 2017. Harrison and Jefferson high schools both basically ...

The 10,000 NJ Teachers Who Make $98K Or More In 2018  Point Pleasant, NJ Patch

Top 10000 NJ Teachers Salaries - Point Pleasant, NJ - Here are the 10000 top-paid N.J. public school teachers, a growing club earning $100K-plus a year.

Police investigate Harrison student's social media threat

Police were called to Harrison High School after a student reported seeing threats on social media.

Harrsion High School hosts District FIRST Robotics competition

In a story we have been following since January, area high school students put their hard work to the test in the FIRST Robotics competition at Harrison High ...

West Lafayette summer sports camps  Journal & Courier

West Lafayette High School and the city's Parks and Recreation Department are teaming up to offer summer sports camps.

Top 10 female athletes of 2017-18 high school year  Journal & Courier

The J&C's Sam King chooses his top 10 multi-sport females from last school year.

Harrison wrestlers edge McCutcheon for regional title  Journal & Courier

Harrison wrestlers claim their sixth consecutive regional championship plus girls basketball sectional championships and boys basketball.

Area schools scramble to keep up with rapid growth  Journal & Courier

Harrison is set to receive a 50000-square-foot addition and a new tennis complex in the next few years.

Former Harrison College students search for answers

Students are still looking for solutions after Harrison College abruptly closed almost three weeks ago.

Harrison High School Officials Investigating Hacking Of Teacher's Website, E-mail  WBAA

EDITOR'S NOTE: A picture later in this story shows a redacted version of the hacked website. It contains *content* that is likely to be considered offensive.

Harrison golfer Nic Hofman turns focus on Men's City medalist  Journal & Courier

The Raider junior is one stroke back of leader Ben Mattingly after the opening round.

A classmate of Shelena Kyle remembers her life

A friend of Shelena Kyle says that she along with her husband Logan Kyle graduated from Harrison High School in 2014.

Bangert: Jabs coming in debate? Sheriff candidates say not this time  Journal & Courier

Debates were testy in GOP primary. We'll see how things go when Jason Dombkowski and Bob Goldsmith face each other in a lone debate Wednesday night.

Purdue volunteers assist history-making high school supercomputing team - News  Purdue News Service

At the upcoming SC17 international supercomputing conference, a team of students from Harrison High School in West Lafayette, Ind., trained by volunteers ...

What more can be done to ensure school safety?  Purdue Exponent

After the school shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and Noblesville West Middle School, school safety has been a focal point for the 2018 ...

TSC welcomes new administration for upcoming school year

Tippecanoe School Corporation has announced three new assistant principals and a principal for schools in Tippecanoe County.

Candidates for sheriff discuss jails and teens | City & State  Purdue Exponent

At Wednesday night's sheriff's debate, much of the discussion centered around the issue of overcrowding in jails, before moving on to national topics that hit ...

Election 2018: Tippecanoe County Sheriff candidates outline some of their platforms  Journal & Courier

Here are bits of what the sheriff candidates had to say about some of their platforms as they head to their debate and the finish line.

Bangert: Greater Lafayette's high school voters? They doubled county’s turnout in primary  Journal & Courier

A new program aimed at first-time voters looked to create habits by taking early voting to Greater Lafayette high schools. Verdict: It worked.

Lafayette Jeff survives to beat Harrison  Journal & Courier

Alex Bauer's halfcourt shot at the buzzer was off the mark.

Bangert: West Lafayette native’s search for birth parents turns Olympics into homecoming  Journal & Courier

Harrison grad Ted Arthur, in South Korea for the Olympics, put up fliers looking for clues about his birth parents.

Plans moving ahead for bed and breakfast style inn

After more than three years of planning, the Whittaker is becoming a reality.

Here is a list of where you can vote early for the May primary  Journal & Courier

People can vote early in 23 locations, ranging from high schools to grocery stores.

High school students give mid-1800s cemetery new life  Chicago Daily Herald

Students at Lafayette high school give new shine to cemetery dating to mid-1800s.

Bangert: Tales from Chauncey Hill Mall, a hangout for generations near Purdue  Journal & Courier

As conversation starts for what wil come next at the top of State Street hill, those who called Chauncey Hill Mall a hangout through the generations recall why a ...

Talent, chemistry came together for Harrison's 1995 champs  Journal and Courier

With the IHSAA celebrating its 50th state baseball tournament, we look back at Harrison's 1995 state champs.

Harrison golfer Nic Hofman wins Indiana Junior match play championship  Journal & Courier

Harrison junior-to-be Nic Hoffman became the first Tippecanoe County golfer to win both stroke and match play titles at the Indiana Junior.

Purdue partners with Oscar Winski in electronic disposal drive

The university is partnering with Oscar Winksi to collect used electronics such as computers, televisions and more.

Sheriff Candidate Goldsmith On School Safety: 'No Reason To Change'  WBAA

Tippecanoe County Sheriff Candidate Bob Goldsmith says his plan for school safety, if he's elected in November, is to keep doing what the county is already.

High school boys tennis outlook  Journal & Courier

A look at the boys tennis teams in Tippecanoe and Benton County.

Former Purdue basketball players to host basketball camps

After starring on the court in West Lafayette the past four years, two former Purdue basketball players are giving back to the community this summer.

Old Lafayette: Death ended tank scrap tradition  Journal & Courier

This week's Old Lafayette column examines the beginning of some Greater Lafayette institutions and traditions.

Lafayette Post 11's Austin Dunwoody wins J&C's Gordon Graham Award  Journal & Courier

Harrison graduate and Lafayette Post 11 player Austin Dunwoody is the first second generation winner of the Journal & Courier's Gordon Graham Award.

Local ISTEP scores reflect general dip in statewide scoring for 2018  Journal & Courier

LAFAYETTE, Ind.— While the West Lafayette Community School Corp. led Tippecanoe County in overall ISTEP scoring, state numbers continued to decline, ...

Lafayette lawyer Ben Mattingly wins Men's City medalist  Journal & Courier

The former Bucknell University golfer was 7 under par in the stroke play portion.

Harrison students give historic cemetery new life  Journal and Courier

William Henry Harrison High School students cleaned and restored headstones in the Pierce Cemetery this week.

Saving virtual cavemen may be a way for students to learn about careers  Journal & Courier

That's a plot of a video game created by the Purdue Center for Economic Education to educate students about their career options.

J&C high school athletes of the week: Sept. 11-16  Journal & Courier

The Journal & Courier is recognizing high school athletes of the week in each sport this school year. These athletes were chosen from events during the week of ...

Fact-Check: Have violent crimes in Tippecanoe County increased?  Journal & Courier

Editor's Note: Before the May 8 primary election, the Journal & Courier will have occasional stories examining local candidates' claims on social media and in ...

Greater Lafayette students will "march for their lives" on Saturday  Journal & Courier

LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Dozens of Greater Lafayette students will join thousands in Indianapolis and Washington on Saturday for the March for Our Lives, a rally ...

Harrison tennis holds off rival McCutcheon  Journal & Courier

Harrison swept the doubles points and received a 7-5, 6-2 victory from Jake Webb at No. 3 singles over Joe Sanson to win the boys tennis rivalry against ...

Students voice opinions during school walkout over gun violence

Students around the country, including one West Lafayette school, left classes Friday to honor those killed in the Columbine shooting in 1999.

11th-hour sheriff's candidate makes this race one to watch  Journal & Courier

The sheriff's race looked like November's election might be a mere formality for GOP Jason Dombkowski. But Democrats turned it into a race to watch.

Goldsmith, Dombkowski to debate live Wednesday

The candidates for Tippecanoe County Sheriff will debate live on WLFI Wednesday evening.

Missing teen hangs out with homeless people in the city  Journal & Courier

Police still have not found 17-year-old Joseph Phillips, who ran away last Friday and needs medication to keep from harming himself.

West Lafayette teen's motivational phrase leaves lasting impression 1 year after his death  WISH-TV

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. ( WLFI ) - One year ago, a car crash tragically took the life of West Lafayette teen Christian Burns.

Sheriff candidates play nice during public debate

Voters have more information about the two candidates running for Tippecanoe County Sheriff thanks to a public debate hosted Wednesday night.

Crash sends child to hospital

A Lafayette mother is behind bars after a crash that sent her 6-year-old son to the hospital.

West Lafayette Police Department gets two new officers  Purdue Exponent

The West Lafayette Police Department's hiring process can take upwards of an entire year.

Illini Legends, Lists and Lore: Happy birthday, Josh Whitman!  Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

Happy 40th birthday today to current University of Illinois athletic director Josh Whitman. The former Illini football player recently answered a series of questions, ...

Check out these high school holiday performances  Journal & Courier

The sets are decorated; the costumes are cleaned and pressed. All that waits is for audience members to take their seats, ready to listen as area high school ...

Under new leadership (again), Harrison volleyball moves forward  Journal & Courier

WEST LAFAYETTE — Inside the dimly lit sweatbox known as Harold R. May Gymnasium once resided one of Indiana's top high school volleyball programs year ...

Harrison sports volunteer sets positive example  Journal and Courier

Sam Newton's philosophy is simple: If you can't have fun with high school sports, you're in it for the wrong reasons.

Forbes Magazine recognizes Lafayette

A recent Forbes magazine article gives Lafayette the number two spot for business and careers in the nation.

Bangert: Did Dombkowski ‘bully’ contenders out of Tippecanoe County sheriff’s race?  Journal & Courier

Woody Ricks named names when he said West Lafayette police chief tried to clear the field for primary against Sheriff Barry Richard. What do they say?

Haunted Lafayette: The Pythian Home

News 18 This Morning's Haunted Lafayette series begins with the story of Lafayette's historic orphanage and nursing home.

Best yet to come for Harrison's Sammons  Journal and Courier

The senior signed with the University of Wisconsin on Wednesday.

Men's City Golf Tournament reaches final round

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — The 2018 Men's City Golf Tournament is in its third and final weekend. Saturday's semi-final match play rounds were held at ...

Harrison grad makes 'Wicked' Broadway debut  Journal and Courier

Ted Arthur worked for the Purdue Varsity Glee Club and attended Klondike and Harrison before heading to New York.

State senate and representative races yet to schedule debates  Purdue Exponent

Political debates have long been a staple of election runs. Every two years, candidates for various elections will stand in front of an audience and defend their ...

Girls soccer Player of the Year: Harrison's Olivia Geswein  Journal & Courier

The Raider senior led her team in goals and assists and finished her career with 102 goals.

Three on loose after carjacking at Peppermill Village Apartments

West Lafayette police are looking for a vehicle they believe was carjacked over the weekend.

Depth leads West Lafayette to sectional title  Journal & Courier

The Red Devils won six of 16 events to claim a third straight sectional championship.

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