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The Red Ledger

14 Days of Love


Leading up to Valentine’s Day, The Red Ledger will be featuring a couple per day to talk about how they met and the milestones in their relationship.

February 15: Taylor Browning and Cameron Knight

February 14: Caroline Appleby and Logan Michaels

February 13: Brenna Leiker and Adam Schasel

February 12: Lauren Sanders and Kyle Berger

February 11: Julia Carder and Grant Jarvis

February 10: Desi Harms and Cooper Leary

February 9: Sammi Curry and Tanner DeVinny

February 8: Lauren Gilcrease and JT Dawson

February 7: Deneen and Keith Christian

February 6: Bailey Martin and Cody Dyer

February 5: Courtney Duval and Sam Tillinghast

February 4: Brycen Raybon and Jonathon Otiker

February 3: Mckenna Beene and Hunter Pfaff

February 2: Rebekah Jones and Tom Campbell

February 1: Nicole Andrews and Cullon Greene




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Rebekah Jones
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Shalom, I'm Rebekah and I'm not Jewish. This is my first year on the Newspaper Staff but I'm extremely excited for it. I eat pickles every single day and I am basically in love with my dog, Buddy. Well, the closest I can get to "loving" him without it being creepy. My parents made me watch Star Wars at a young age, so you could say that I'm well-rounded. Harry Potter is my biggest hero and influence and one day I will invent an actual Nimbus 2000, so remember me because one day you will be jealous. (Also, ask Mr. Higgins to do his Ollivander impersonation because you'll laugh until you cry). I don't meditate so I'm not sure why I did that in my Staff picture. It's not even funny. Honey Boo Boo is currently my favorite TV show so I shall leave you with this: Stay golden, sugar bears.

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