Roaring Twenties and roaring laughter: North Penn’s Fall production is truly Once in a Lifetime

TOWAMENCIN- The glitz and glamour of the 1920s era was revived in the North Penn High School Auditorium Thursday morning as the cast and crew of the Fall Drama Once in a Lifetime performed a preview for the students. This comical drama takes place during the Roaring Twenties as movies are transitioning out of the Silent Film Age and into... Read more »

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Kee to fantasy championship: Kee Min’s week 12 fantasy football report

Kee Min, Staff Writer

Trade deadline is approaching quickly. Know what that means? So are the playoffs. At this point, there are usually three types of players in the league: championship...  Read More »

November 21, 2014 • 0 comments

This week in world headlines

Marykate Owsiany, Staff Writer

  Annual G20 Summit goes down under  Over the course of last week, an international forum of the world’s largest,...  Read More »

November 21, 2014 • 0 comments

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ASK SHIRLEY – The KC introduces its new “advice” column

ASK SHIRLEY – The KC introduces its new “advice” column

Ask Shirley is the Knight Crier's new advice column. Since Shirley is not trained or equipped to offer any real life-changing advice, we'd like to keep it to questions for...  Read More »

October 23, 2014 • 0 comments

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Roaring Twenties and roaring laughter: North Penn’s Fall production is truly Once in a Lifetime

Roaring Twenties and roaring laughter: North Penn’s Fall production is truly Once in a Lifetime

Siena Catanzaro, Staff Writer

TOWAMENCIN- The glitz and glamour of the 1920s era was revived in the North Penn High School Auditorium Thursday morning as the cast and crew of the Fall Drama Once...  Read More »

November 20, 2014 • 0 comments

Thespian Troupe participates in AIDS Walk

October 30, 2014

North Penn students collect cans like these to fill the paper bags distributed to their first period classes for a chance to win a bowl of candy.

So generous, it’s scary: North Penn Thespians trade cans for candy in Trick of Treat so Tots Can Eat Fundraiser

October 29, 2014

NPHS student Shannon Guerin (Left) and German exchange student Ida Berger (right)

German Exchange Student, Ida Berger: A two week stay in America

October 27, 2014

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North Penn’s Emily Adelsberger reaches out to inner-city school with Love Your Brother Project

North Penn’s Emily Adelsberger reaches out to inner-city school with Love Your Brother Project

Scott Vogel, Staff Writer

In today’s high school landscape, it is rare to find students who have real initiative out in the real world - not that this is necessarily a bad thing but moreso a...  Read More »

November 9, 2014 • 0 comments

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Only got $20 in your pocket? Abby teaches you to pop some tags

Only got $20 in your pocket? Abby teaches you to pop some tags

Abby Mohr, Staff Writer

“Macklemore, can we go thrift shopping?” Thrift shopping is not just for Macklemore any longer. As a new wave of frugality has taken over the American teenage populace,...  Read More »

November 19, 2014 • 1 comment

Matthew Fox speaks in front of a green screen in North Penn Television's studio.

‘Mornings’ takes you behind the NPTV cameras

November 14, 2014

Good for your eyes! Its debatable if carrots really improve eyesight, but the certainly do make for a good dessert ingredient.

The root of a great dessert: Carrot Cake

November 6, 2014

Mayday, Mayday - Mayday Parade concerts focus on music as a way of making the audience feel good about themselves.

Mayday Parade music speaks to young audiences

November 4, 2014

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Flu shots: know the facts about influenza

Flu shots: know the facts about influenza

NPHS’ students have a lot going on for themselves this year. Between musical auditions, sport tryouts, dances, midterms, and other big events students won’t want to be...  Read More »

November 21, 2014 • 0 comments

Writer reflects on the importance of Veterans Day

November 12, 2014

U.S. Army World War II and Korean War veteran Robert Bukofske, 85, right, walks with his neighbor Roberto Rodriguez through the tombstones at Marietta National Cemetery on Veterans Day, Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014, in Marietta, Ga. "It gives you an awful feeling, it's a lot to think about," said Bukofske. "There's a lot of memories and history and something many people today don't think about." Rodriguez, who makes it a point to spend time with Bukofske since his wife past away several years ago, took him out for lunch before stopping by the cemetery. "They're a special generation, they built this country. It's a shame because they're not that many of these guys left," says Rodriguez. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

Veterans Day prompts insight into America’s materialistic culture and the search for true appreciation

November 12, 2014

World Series Giants Royals Baseball

EDITORIAL: Sung Woo Lee and the concept of fans as money makers

November 12, 2014

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Only got $20 in your pocket? Abby teaches you to pop some tags

Only got $20 in your pocket? Abby teaches you to pop some tags

Abby Mohr, Staff Writer

“Macklemore, can we go thrift shopping?” Thrift shopping is not just for Macklemore any longer. As a new wave of frugality has taken over the American teenage populace,...  Read More »

November 19, 2014 • 1 comment

Hayley Williams lead singer of the band Paramore, performs with her band on MTV's Total Request Live at MTV studios in Times Square, Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2007 in New York. Paramore is promoting the release of their new CD "Riot".   (AP Photo/Evan Agostini)

Fabbylous: Dyeing for a new hair color? Abby has tips!

November 11, 2014

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