Recent Stories

OPINION

My Parking Predicament

I park my car in protest. I am a rule follower.  I understand that there are rules put in place for a reason, but regarding the rule about paying $75 to park in the McDowell parking lot for 26 days, I put my foot down on the brake. I am …

Read More »

The Fault in Our Dress Code

In a generation of constant change, many rules and laws are being pushed. Because they were created so long ago, these rules are outdated and need to be reviewed,  discussed, and revised. The Millcreek School District Dress and Grooming Code is one of the many policies I feel needs another …

Read More »

E-Pals Evolve Into Universal Friendships

Is it really a small world after all, or is it larger than we think? It wasn’t until two years ago, that I reached across the country and around the world through an online pen pal program that I realized how close I could become with someone so far away. …

Read More »

Annie 2014 Movie Review

We all know of the classic story of the red-headed, freckled, orphan girl by the name of Annie. Annie had its theatrical world premiere on August 10, 1976 at the Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam, Connecticut under the direction of Michael P. Price, Executive Director. The release date of …

Read More »

Florida Man Banned from Sharing Food with Homeless

Walking around the streets nearly everywhere we go, we may or may not spot a citizen laying around the streets, hungry and begging for money who is homeless.  Some of us may ignore a homeless person while others don’t. Some days my family and I will give some spare change …

Read More »

NBA 2014-2015 Season Overview: Eastern Conference

The Eastern Conference in the NBA has been quite the surprise this season. Unexpected teams like Toronto and Washington are at the top of the conference while the Cleveland Cavaliers who are projected to win the east, have played mediocre thus far. Who will walk away as the 2014-2015 Eastern …

Read More »

MVP Race Tightening Up

With the regular season coming to an end in the NFL later this month, the elite players, like Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, and Aaron Rodgers are playing lights out football at the perfect time. Other players like DeMarco Murray, running back of the Dallas Cowboys and Andrew Luck, quarter back …

Read More »