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May 9, 2013

By MARK TURNER
    With so many movies being released these days it's hard to decide what movie to rent or watch. If you have a particular favorite genre you usually lean that direction. If you hear from a friend you might use that to decide. Most of us rarely step out of our comfort zone, though.
    Make a decision to do that tonight and rent SILVER LINING PLAYBOOK.

Cutting Corners

May 9, 2013

By REBEKAH R. BLOMENBERG
    Let's be honest. Who's not sick of paying too much for clothes they don't really like or don't really look or feel good wearing. But what can you do? It's not like you can make your own custom clothing to look and fit how you want it to....
    Oh, wait. Yes, you can.

Chillin' with Dylan

May 2, 2013

By DYLAN MALONE
    During the People, Places, and Profiles editions of the newspaper a few months back, I wrote an article about the ACAC and NHC. The idea of the piece was to highlight the flaws of the conferences purely based on the size changes of certain schools within the last decade and even longer.
    I’m sure when the conferences were formed the teams were a lot closer in talent level, enrollment, and balance. That’s simply not the case anymore.

Alone With J

April 29, 2013

By J SWYGART
    Indiana’s Kernan-Shepard report has been collecting dust for six or more years now, and if a dust-up in Adams County this month is any indication, that comprehensive report is destined to remain mothballed.

From Left Field

April 29, 2013

By BOB SHRALUKA
    Okay, let's get it out of the way right now. Let's move right to the tough part, to the hard facts. Those cold, hard facts.
    Here goes: Some day in the near future — and that may be sooner rather than later — Adams County is going to have to take a serious look at building a ... new jail!
    Whew! That wasn't easy, right?

Digital Views

April 29, 2013

By MARK TURNER
    Quentin Tarantino has never been one to shy away from controversy. From his first film, RESERVOIR DOGS, he jumped into filmmaking head-first, creating films he wanted to see and that apparently the rest of the world has too.

Underage drinking

April 29, 2013

By KELLY SICKAFOOSE
Executive Director
Substance Abuse Awareness Council
(260) 724-5368
    Youth hear a lot about alcohol from TV, movies, music, and their friends.  This is the time of year when they are talking about it more because of prom and graduation.  Research has shown time and time again that parents are the greatest influence on their kids. So what should you know about underage drinking? 

Cutting Corners

April 29, 2013

By REBEKAH R. BLOMENBERG
    How long has it been since your last family vacation?
    Times are tough. Jobs are scarce, and money even more so. On the other hand, vacations are a great way to bond with the family and build memories. So how do you get away without spending an outrageous amount of money?

Chillin' with Dylan

April 25, 2013

By DYLAN MALONE
    It’s amazing that despite the atrocious weather, there is still so much to talk about in the sports world at a local level.
    Without going into too much detail about a sensitive issue, the news about coach Eric Myers’ resignation as the South Adams’ wrestling coach was shocking to me.

Chillin' with Dylan

April 18, 2013

By DYLAN MALONE
    I’ve been meaning to write about the NCAA tournament but with sports in full swing it was mostly just an afterthought to pictures, stories, and more pictures.
    Now that I have a moment to think about it, the basketball season’s end at the collegiate level was very anti-climactic for me. Not the men’s tournament, mind you. The women’s.
    How many people even watched one game of the women’s NCAA tournament?

 

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