The girls team finished 15th overall and the boys 22nd. Head coach Andrea McCarthy named State Coach of the Year for the girls side. Girls 200-meter medley relay – 16thBella Sites, Lydia Evans, London Farris, Riley Dalton Girls 400-meter freestyle relay – 16thLondon Farris, Addison Simons, Bella Sites, Lydia Evans London Farris, 200-meter freestyle – […]
It is wrong to advocate confrontation, but it is not right to pretend there is peace either. In the current economic climate, China and the United States may reach a trade deal to avoid an escalation in the current tariff war, but such an agreement will not lead to harmonious coexistence between Beijing and Washington. […]
LOS ANGELES | Ruth E. Carter is a black woman blazing a trail as a costume designer in a film industry with not many who look like her. But through her upcoming career achievement award and Oscar nomination for her Afro-futuristic wardrobes in the superhero film “Black Panther,” Carter believes she can “knock down” more […]
“Disruption” is the first of a two part series written by Jessica Shirvington. The book is centered around Maggie Stevens, a severe and determined teenager who lives in a world of controlling technology run by the powerful M-Corp. Society is caught up in the government-mandated M-bands which serve as personal information databases, GPS locators, and […]
Kobe was already plotting his revenge.
February 11-16 Report The stats listed are unofficial but are close to what the players accomplished on the court (mostly because I run my mouth too much and don’t pay the closest attention the entire game). This report will cover the following games (22) or events: MAIS A North State Tournament (Sharkey Issaquena Academy, Lee […]
February 3rd, 2018: Stuck in the snow in Cornell, Wisconsin. It was a Saturday, and I had to call 911 to get a tow truck to come and pull me out. February 16th, 2019: Yesterday, a year later, and I was stuck again, in the ditch of a dirt road in Pierce County, Wisconsin. Again […]
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For this week this blog will address cover letters and what is needed to craft them professionally. When you write a cover letter, you should first look at who will supposedly read it. Who is your audience? The best way to find out who your audience is in a job interview situation is to first […]
Let’s just call this a Wrist to Forehead Sunday and have done with it. I thought I could find pictures of the cheesy movies we watched last night and do a post on those, but I could only find two. Also, I do not feel much like making a long-winded post talking about movies. How […]
Uber and Lyft drivers were allowed to start making pickups at select airports in Hawaii Feb. 1, including Lihue Airport, and taxi drivers on Kauai are feeling the squeeze. The number of customers who request a taxi after getting off a plane in Lihue has dropped dramatically since the first of the month, according to […]
Hello readers! My name is Sarah, and I prefer she/her/hers pronouns. I grew up in a small town in Missouri, got my Bachelor’s degree at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, my Master’s at Tarleton State University in Texas, and I am now working towards my PhD at Virginia Tech. I’m in the School of Plant […]
By Andrea Sachs, The Washington Post “This is a great activity for date night,” a young employee at the Soap Factory in Provo informed me when I walked in as a party of one. I looked around the room and saw many couples making their own soap (for their future His and Her sinks?). Then I noticed […]
Padres sign Aaron Loup to a one-year deal http://bit.ly/2T3NdQV The Giants are finalizing a minor league deal for free agent outfielder Cameron Maybin, according to Andrew Baggarly and Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic. The team has not confirmed the signing, but it’s in keeping with their stated goal of adding more veteran presence and outfield […]