I have seen 11 presidents, one who was a marginal actor. Cars with fins. The invention of buckles on ski boots and step-in bindings. Color photography and television. The invention and use of vaccines. The discovery of DNA and computers.
The Rangeview football team will play host to USMC Gunner Sergeant Brian Jacklin prior to its game against Hinkley on Friday at Aurora Public Schools Stadium.
Bonnie Suter, who inspired the Regis Jesuit boys swim team to paint their nails pink to support her fight against breast cancer and encouraged countless others with her battle (story, here), passed away from the disease over the weekend. Suter’s sons Zach (a 2013 graduate) and Garrett (a 2015 grad) were key members of the […]
Here are the Secretive Service monikers these folks really deserve
Eaglecrest High School is set to induct the second class into its Athletics and Activities Hall of Fame in a ceremony on Nov. 19 at Blackstone Country Club. Six of the best, brightest and most significant athletes, contributors to theater and the arts and volunteers from the school’s 26-year history — as selected by a […]
Since good sense and tolerance don’t have a prayer in Rowan County, we can only hope our system of government prevails, just like it did across the South the last time this sickness surfaced
Trump is brutally honest and frank. Not like the politically naive little boy exclaiming that the king is butt naked, but more like a smelly old senile uncle that blurts out at a family reunion that his great-great-niece has got great big breasts.
Since an 0-for-8 start to his career in Major League Baseball, Greg Bird has been simply raking for the suddenly hot New York Yankees.
The R-Line. Dumb. What’s it supposed to hint or mean? “Ruh-Roar-Ruh?”
Curtis Cotton Jr.’s legacy continues to live on at Rangeview High School in the form of the annual Curtis Cotton Memorial 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament, which is set for Saturday.