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We are off to a great start to the school year! Our staff members are working hard to instill our mission of “life-long learning and responsible decision making” in our students. In … more
So, this is my first column. Not just since I’ve started a new job here as a reporter, but ever. I guess I should probably make it count. As a reporter and a writer, I can tell you your life … more
It's time for me to bid adieu to you.  I've found a new assignment as the editor of the Harlan Newspapers.  more
Mother’s Day can be a little emotional when you are missing the people who are named for this day – your mother. more
The Earth's outer surface consists of a rocky crust of varying thickness. It is broken into 20 or so huge fragments called tectonic plates. more
The underdog reaching for the stars through adversity and overwhelming obstacles is no stranger to Hollywood, but it’s much more intriguing when it’s based on a true story. “Tick, … more
In 1898, Marie and Pierre Curie announced their discovery of a new element that they named radium.  Marie, a two-time Nobel laureate, went on to study and characterize this highly radioactive … more
Behind many successful and talented people is their upbringing. Whether they were fully supported by their parents, or driven so extensively that success was the only option, many times their … more
Unless you are a student of physics, you have probably never heard the name of Lise Meitner. Albert Einstein once referred to her as the "German Marie Curie."  However, as brilliant and … more
'Tis the season to be thankful! The holidays make for a perfect time to reflect on the past year to see all the changes one has endured, accomplishments they have met, or just reflection of … more
Where do I start? For the last 10 years, my byline has graced the pages of the Washington County newspapers with stories about community events, youth accomplishments, school boards, city … more
The CDC estimates that each year roughly 1 in 6 Americans (or 48 million people) are the victims of foodborne illnesses. Whether you’ll be cooking the whole meal for the first time this year … more
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