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TSC: No credible threats to McCutcheon High School  Journal & Courier

"There is nothing to this threat. It is not credible," Tippecanoe School Corp. spokeswoman Sue Scott said on Thursday of social media rumors.

Major renovations to begin at McCutcheon High School

Beginning in June, McCutcheon High School will undergo a series of major renovations. The massive project is expected to be complete by August 2021.

Bond approved to start on McCutcheon's $28 million renovations

The Tippecanoe School Corporation is using some of its $94 million bond project to upgrade McCutcheon High School.

McCutcheon High School's "Just One Night" raises awareness about the dangers of unsafe driving

With many local high schools' proms right around the corner, schools and emergency personnel wish to remind parents and students about the real danger of ...

Laces for Lisa 5K held at McCutcheon High School

The third annual 'Laces for Lisa' 5K run/walk was held today at McCutcheon High School.

After loss to Class A No. 1 Rossville, McCutcheon baseball seeks energy for new win streak  Journal & Courier

LAFAYETTE — Back on April 12, McCutcheon baseball dropped an 11-6 loss to Twin Lakes. The Mavericks' next practice featured very little hitting and throwing ...

Under construction: County's high schools get major renovations  Journal & Courier

Summer break for students translates into major renovation projects at all four high schools in Tippecanoe County.

Teen arrested, accused of bringing a pocket knife to McCutcheon High School  Journal & Courier

Deputies arrested a 15-year-old McCutcheon High School student, accusing him of bringing a pocket knife to school, according to the sheriff's office.

2 teenage girls arrested after fight at McCutcheon High School  Journal & Courier

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A shoving match landed two 15-year-old girls in the McCutcheon High School principal's office Friday, where one of the girls rekindled the ...

Art show includes winning work by special young artist  Journal & Courier

Winning the ceramics aware in the Artists Own High School Art Show was a momentous occasion for Ian Humphrey, who has cerebral palsy.

McCutcheon grad Jarrett Maier stars in his third film  Journal & Courier

McCutcheon graduate Jarrett Maier wrapped his third leading role in a feature-length movie this summer.

Greater Lafayette Commerce awards five TSC teachers with Golden Apple Awards  Journal & Courier

TIPPECANOE COUNTY — On Friday, five teachers in the Tippecanoe School Corporation were surprised with Golden Apple awards. Alongside the honor ...

TSC taking a 'neutral stance' on planned walkouts

Students at McCutcheon High School will be participating in a nationwide school walkout and TSC administrators are taking a.

Live 765: Greater Lafayette's arts & entertainment calendar for March 7-20  Journal & Courier

Here's a look at area A&E events over the next two weeks. LIVE 765 is published on the first and third Thursdays of the month. To submit calendar items, email ...

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.

Teacher accused of sex with student during school day  Journal and Courier

Jake Robinson, 37, allegedly had sex with a 16-year-old student whom he met when she was a freshman.

McCutcheon now has a passing attack  Journal & Courier

Peyton Williams is 29 of 43 passing over the last two games.

Local educators honored at 2019 Golden Apple Awards

Greater Lafayette Commerce hosted the 2019 Golden Apple Awards, Tuesday. For more than 32 years the event has honored educators in the community.

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

Over the summer LSC, TSC and West Lafayette broke ground on new construction projects.

McCutcheon coach on offensive comments, legacy  Journal and Courier

Emails provided to the J&C Tuesday reveal inappropriate comments led up to Jake Burton's retirement from McCutcheon.

McCutcheon places fourth at state unified track and field meet

Unified Sports enables people with and without intellectual disabilities to participate on the same team.

Senior bond carrying Class A No. 1 Rossville baseball towards lofty goals  Journal & Courier

LAFAYETTE — Rossville seniors Payton Dennison, Kelton Saylor and Mark Soiseth first stepped on a baseball field together as seven-year-olds, so young they ...

McCutcheon's Cameron Wheeler is J&C Boys Soccer Player of the Year  Journal & Courier

The senior leaves as the Mavericks' leader in career assists.

Greater Lafayette holiday calendar  Journal & Courier

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

McCutcheon basketball star modest to the core  Journal & Courier

Robert Phinisee needs 44 points to reach 2000 for his career.

Teams Set For Robotics Championship  Inside INdiana Business

High school robotics teams from throughout the state will participate in the Indiana State Championship High School Robotics Competition, which kicks off Friday ...

McCutcheon tennis chases history  Journal & Courier

The Mavericks have never won a sectional boys tennis title.

Redevelopment coming to Old U.S. 231 and CR 500 in 2021

The city will be adding a turning lane and a multi-use path for the sidewalks.

Lafayette high school teacher sentenced to eight years for charges of child seduction  Fox 59

UPDATE: Robinson was sentenced on August 7 for a total of eight years. He will serve five years at the Indiana Department of Corrections and three years on ...

Ex-teacher sentenced for seducing student  Journal and Courier

A former McCutcheon High School teacher who admitted he seduced a student last fall into a three-month sexual relationship was sentenced Friday to prison, ...

Grant's House sees out pour of support from the community, raising $208K  Journal & Courier

During the fourth annual Grant's House "I'm Happy and I'm Alive" Celebration held Friday evening, a total $208K was raised towards programming for children ...

Coroner: Cause of fatal fire is undetermined  Journal & Courier

LAFAYETTE — The Indiana Fire Marshal investigating Wednesday's fatal fire informed the coroner's office Thursday that the cause of the fire is undetermined, ...

Lafayette 7 to close Monday for major renovation

The Lafayette 7 theater on McCarty Lane will close Monday as Goodrich Quality Theaters plans a $500000 renovation of the space.

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 ...

Adam Welchans named McCutcheon assistant principal  Journal and Courier

Adam Welchans named new assistant principal at McCutcheon High School.

Three things to know before IU men's basketball plays Purdue  Indiana Daily Student

Indiana meets in-state rival Purdue for the first time all season.

Tippecanoe School Corporation names teacher of the year reps

Tippecanoe School Corporation has named its teacher of the year representatives.

McCutcheon grad turning life around after prison  Journal and Courier

Tyler McCoy's journey from wrestling champion to prison to student government president.

General de Lafayette Chapter announces Good Citizen Awards

Lafayette— The General de Lafayette Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, will host their annual Good Citizen Awards celebration on Saturday, April ...

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.

Indiana ranks last for teacher salary raises, teachers say it's time to start walking  Journal & Courier

All three school corporations have planned teacher walk-ins for Wednesday, April 10.

Longtime McCutcheon coach, teacher to retire  Journal and Courier

Jake Burton, an assistant principal and head baseball coach at McCutcheon High School, will end his 41-year career in education in December.

Be careful with your belongings as warmer weather means more crime

Greater Lafayette could soon see an uptick in crime numbers, if statistics hold true.

Teacher's sentence fitting for seduction  Journal and Courier

Former McCutcheon High School teacher and coach Jake Robinson failed to persuade the court of appeals that his sentence was inappropriate.

Principal's letter sheds light on Indiana coach's arrest  Indianapolis Star

A newly released public record illustrates the circumstances leading up to former McCutcheon High School teacher Jakob Robinson's arrest.

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, ...

Purdue walk-on, McCutcheon alum Walter Foster 'epitome of a throwback football player'  Journal & Courier

Linebacker helped North All-Stars defeat South Friday night.

Meatless Mondays: Have vegans, will travel  Journal & Courier

Several vegan-friendly events are coming soon to Indiana and Lafayette.

Man walks away with $1000 in 29th annual Arni's pizza eating contest

More than 60 contestants consumed a total of 200 pizzas at Arni's 29th annual pizza eating contest this evening.

USI basketball's new signee Darnell Butler Jr. made previous stops in juco, D-I  Evansville Courier & Press

Butler was a junior college standout, spent last season at Middle Tennessee State and now is the newest Screaming Eagle.

McCutcheon coach Peckinpaugh retires  Journal and Courier

Peckinpaugh went 477-269 in 32 years at McCutcheon, 539-332 in 38 years overall and ranks 24th in state history in wins.

Two local students awarded $750 scholarships

Two Tippecanoe County students are taking home $750 scholarships from the The Indiana Sheriff's Association.

'My best-est friend': Twin McCutcheon graduates bond through their trials, triumphs  Journal & Courier

LAFAYETTE — The earliest memory Jack and Grant Stacey have is of pulling their cribs together. Even a couple feet of distance between them was too much.

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

Every year, coaches talk about the next up and comer. Sometimes those kids develop as they go through high school and get bigger and stronger. Other times ...

TippecaNews: Area manufacturers to host 2000 students, Gina Quattrocchi joins local radio  Journal & Courier

Although the temperatures have begun to chill out with fall's arrival, Greater Lafayette's business scene has kept the heat coming.

Senior leadership carried McCutcheon's title runs  Journal and Courier

McCutcheon won state baseball championships in 1999 and 2003.

Reckless homicide arrest in McCutcheon grad's death  Journal and Courier

Indianapolis teen charged with reckless homicide, OWI in April crash in Avon that killed McCutcheon, Purdue graduate.

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 ...

Freshman PG Rob Phinisee making good early impression for IU basketball  Indianapolis Star

Point guard has been an issue for IU since Yogi Ferrell's graduation. With freshman Robert Phinisee, the Hoosiers may have found their man.

TSC names new principals at Harrison, Wea Middle  Journal and Courier

Unexpected resignation of Harrison principal sets off a cascade of changes in TSC.

See the 33 Indiana women selected as 2019 500 Festival Princesses  Indianapolis Star

Justice Amick, Greenwood, a graduate of Center Grove High School and a senior at Ball State University majoring in telecommunications and journalism.

2018-2019 Player Profile: Robert Phinisee  Inside the Hall

With the start of college basketball season on the horizon, we've transitioned from our look at other Big Ten programs to our player-by-player previews of the ...

Grim Reaper Teaches Local Students About The Dangers Of Drunk, Distracted Driving  WBAA

According to Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, 198 people died on Indiana roadways last year due to drunk driving, and nearly 2400 more were injured. And.

Carbon monoxide poisoning killed Superintendent Destin Haas  Journal & Courier

North Newton schools Superintendent Destin Haas died from carbon monoxide intoxication, Tippecanoe County Coroner Donna Avolt said.

McCutcheon robotics heads to world championship  Journal and Courier

For the first time in its six years of existence, the McCutcheon High School robotics team is going to the world championships.

Lafayette Jeff football draws sectional rematch with Westfield  Journal & Courier

The IHSAA postseason draw announced at noon Sunday.

No days off for area's elite swimmers  Journal & Courier

Local swim club Fish Aquatics blends best of area swimmers.

Grant's House hosts open house to show progress on new facility  Journal & Courier

Work on the future location for Grant's House is nearly halfway there.

Fired teacher admits to sex with student  Journal and Courier

Jake Robinson, who was fired from McCutcheon High School, pleaded guilty to child seduction.

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 ...

Trooper Bradley Mull is Promoted to Sergeant | Local

Lafayette- Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas Carter has promoted Trooper Bradley Mull to the rank of Sergeant to serve as a District Squad Leader at ...

Logo Loopholes: How high schools use professional and collegiate logos

Take a second to think about old logos your high school may have used. Often times, high schools will utilize professional and collegiate logo designs and alter ...

Wainwright High School celebrates 50th anniversary of basketball win  Journal & Courier

Although the high school only existed for ten years the whole school gathers for a reunion every two years.

Williams' defense, leadership inspire McCutcheon  Journal and Courier

LAFAYETTE — If Sam Williams was in it for the individual accolades, he would have played another sport. The McCutcheon senior prefers to try making 11 ...

Tippecanoe County schools dismisses after they were on lockout due to police acitivity  Fox 59

UPDATE: Students at all four Tippecanoe County schools have been dismissed. TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (September 18, 2015) – Four Tippecanoe County ...

J&C Big School volleyball Player of the Year: McCutcheon's Grace Balensiefer  Journal & Courier

The McCutcheon setter earns the honor for the second time in three seasons.

West Lafayette man accused of child molesting  Journal & Courier

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Thirty-eight-year-old Roberto Solis-Jimenez was supposed to take a girl to school on April 5, but he sexually assaulted her, according to a ...

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.

J&C Big School All-Area boys basketball team  Journal & Courier

Jaylen Gilbert. 6-5, Senior, F. Rensselaer. The numbers: 25.1 points, 6.3 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 1.7 steals, 1.0 blocks, 51.3 percent FG, 26.9 percent 3-pointers, ...

Cleanup continues from wind storm that brought 63 mph gusts  Journal & Courier

Winds gusted as high as 63 mph in the area Saturday and played havoc with everyone — including Purdue tailgaters to area farmers.

Accused 14-year-old child molester arrested at school  Journal & Courier

Police led a 14-year-old boy out of McCutcheon High School Wednesday, accusing him of child molesting.

Rob Phinisee Remains in Concussion Protocol | Will Not Play Saturday  The Daily Hoosier

It has been an interesting week for Indiana freshman point guard Rob Phinisee. The Lafayette native has gone from the ultimate high of a game-winning buzzer ...

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.

McCutcheon class lends helping hand to animals  Journal & Courier

McCutcheon students in Ag Power Structure Technology used their skill and knowledge to lend a helping hand to the Clinton County Humane Society.

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.

National Girls High School Rankings For May 8  FloWrestling

USA Wrestling, FloWrestling and the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum have published its fourth National Girls High School rankings for the 2018-19 ...

Holocaust Remembrance Conference a lesson for today  Journal & Courier

Each of the many years Sara Chosnek has participated in lighting the white tapered Candle of Hope at the Greater Lafayette Holocaust Remembrance ...

McCutcheon graduate Logan Sowers drafted by Chicago White Sox  Journal & Courier

The Indiana Hoosiers star was chosen in the 28th round.

Lafayette's top high school sports performers in 2016-17  Journal & Courier

High school reporter Sam King looks at the top single-event performances of the 2016-17 year.

Indiana University recruit Rob Phinisee brings a lot to the basketball court, but even more off it  News Sentinel

KNIGHTSTOWN – There appears to be a lot of aspects of Rob Phinisee's basketball game that Indiana University fans will grow to appreciate over time. Howe.

Indiana University basketball recruit Robert Phinisee to highlight all-star event tonight  News Sentinel

It's only the first day of June and already the personal calendar for McCutcheon High School senior Robert Phinisee is filled up. The Maverick basketball star has ...

Dining out: The Dock 231 offers good food and an alternative to driving into town  Journal & Courier

The Dock 231 offers good food and an alternative for southsiders who have to drive into town for a decent restaurant.

Healthy Communities of Clinton County held its 'Stepping on Stigma 5K'

FRANKFORT, Ind (WLFI)—Healthy Communities of Clinton County held its second annual Stepping on Stigma 5k on Saturday at the Clinton County Fairgrounds ...

Local high school grad rates top state average  Journal and Courier

The majority of local high schools are above Indiana's average graduation rate.

Best performers of 2014-15 high school year  Journal and Courier

At the conclusion of each high school year, I like always make sure to do two things: Take a vacation and recollect on the year in area high school sports.

Could your teen pass a foreign language test?  Journal and Courier

A state bill would establish a special certificate for teens who master a second language.

Former educator, NBA player Dick Atha best known as Benton Central icon  Journal & Courier

At 87 years old, Dick Atha still leads a Bison chant that has been a fixture of Benton Central athletics since 1977.

Wish granted: $2.4M makes Grant’s House, a family's tribute to son, a reality  Journal & Courier

The House family's dream of expanding Wabash Center's after-school programs in memory of their son gets big boost and a new home.

20 years later: Lafayette mourns Shannon Hoon  Journal and Courier

A composite of *content* that appeared in the Lafayette Journal & Courier in the wake of Shannon Hoon's Oct. 21, 1995, death.

McCutcheon grad killed in Avon crash  Journal and Courier

McCutcheon and Purdue graduate, engaged last week, killed in Wednesday night crash in Hendricks County.

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