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Big Talk in a Small Town

Posted on July 23, 2014 at 9:57 am

By: Adriana Orsini During a recent Saturday evening conversation we began discussing ways to make a positive impact on our surroundings and an interesting point was made. The person knew someone who was doing what they called the “100 mile diet.” Although my knee jerk reaction is to dismiss it like a fad diet orchestrated and carried out by “yuppies,”  I began to roll the idea over in my head.

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    Posted on July 23, 2014 at 9:50 am

    By: Trevor Lewis What a fun week of fairs! I had been told numerous times about last week’s fairs numerous times throughout my time here and I never really thought about them much but after going to three last week I have to say I had quite the time. I hate to pick favorites here but the Swinkey Picnic really captured my heart. I had so much fun at that

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  • Trevor’s Travels: Makin’ Tracks

    Posted on July 16, 2014 at 9:25 am

    By: Trevor Lewis I have to say I was pretty happy when LeBron James said he would be going back to the Cleveland Cavaliers last weekend. When he left to “take his talents to South Beach” four years ago, I, like the majority of non-Heat fans, was pretty spiteful towards him. The way he went on TV and announced his decision was a low blow for the city of Cleveland.

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  • Big Talk in a Small Town

    Posted on July 16, 2014 at 9:21 am

    By: Adriana Orsini It seems to me that two types of people exist in this world, those who favor machines and those who favor animals. Now, this isn’t scientifically proven or anything, but it does seem to be a trend. One person may enjoy endless hours of tinkering under a hood and despise a “hay burner” while another may spend endless hours teaching tricks to some animal that won’t listen.

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  • Trevor’s Travels: Makin’ Tracks

    Posted on July 9, 2014 at 9:13 am

    By: Trevor Lewis When I graduated school I thought I had my path figured out. I was going to get a job in a big city somewhere and start an exciting new chapter of my life. When I was not able to get a job in the places I had hoped, I started applying pretty much anywhere. I was offered this position and took it without thinking twice. There was

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  • Big Talk in a Small Town

    Posted on July 9, 2014 at 9:08 am

    By: Adriana Orsini What is interesting to me is how much our nation can vary after a drive of only a few short hours. As you’ll see in Trevor’s article below, he is experiencing a totally new America than the one he called home. I think the paper is fortunate now to have both views from a hometown girl and influence from two of us who were born elsewhere. It

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  • Trevor’s Travels: Makin’ Tracks

    Posted on July 2, 2014 at 8:25 am

    I don’t know what it is about the World Cup that makes me become a soccer fan every four years, but man, it sure is an exciting time. I used to play soccer during recess when I was in elementary school. We were just kids but our games got pretty heated, and a few fights even broke out! It’s a hard knock life on the playground. Anyway, that is the

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