“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
Are you smarter than a third-grader? Reading is fundamental
I’m sure we had standardized tests when I was in grade school (sometime between the Paleozoic era and the space age), but they were largely used to monitor students’ progress, not to help determine their futures.
Horn of Plenty food drive, volunteers get thumbs up for stocking the shelves
Items collected by the nonprofit agency are distributed to 13 other agencies providing food to those in need. There were 84,648 items handed out by the Horn of Plenty last year.
Angrily, he raised his voice to his fatherand said, “With all your money you give me a Bible?” and stormed out of the house, leaving the Bible behind.
- Kudos: Thanks to Masonic Lodge
- Kudos: Thanks to community for making pancake supper, auction a success
- Kudos: Thank you to Bob Berry
With the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War fresh in our minds, a look back at the first Union Army officer to fall in that war might shed light on what soon was to become America’s great blood-letting.
Spring can be a fun time, especially when people follow state laws and city ordinances
Kids will be out riding their bikes, people will be out jogging and walking — all in the name of exercise and having fun.
Newspaper reporters join birds, fish on endangered species list
Oh great, now my chosen profession has been labeled endangered. That means my colleagues and I are in the same category with, say, the black abalone, the greater adjutant and the Rio Grande silvery minnow, all species that have been labeled endangered.
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