Well this just isn’t getting any easier. This week i was tasked with having to drive 18 hours all the way from Salina, Kansas all the way to Birdsboro, PA. Now that is just awful, but I am now playing catch up to all the work that i had to miss while doing all of […]

      In the vain hope of preventing my hysteria from isolation, I’ve been actually doing my schoolwork. In this trying time, the old adage of “due tomorrow, do tomorrow” has never been more fully implemented. It may not be the healthiest lifestyle, but I’m kind of at my wit’s end. I know this […]

In 2001,  the United States for the overcoming attitude towards  minorities in this country. For example this concern was that it was caused by the “racial imbalance” among those sentenced to death. Also the fact that the majority of prisoners in American prisons are representatives of ethnic minorities. The most common are African Americans. In […]

The Kansas Wesleyan Choir will be on tour from March 9-March13. Here is their schedule:         Monday, March 9 – Ellsworth HS         Tuesday, March 10, Hutchinson HS         Wednesday, March 11, Eaglecrest Retirement Home, Hutchinson         Wednesday, March 11, Peace Lutheran Church, […]

Coronado Heights is a fantastic place to go to escape the confines of the city and explore nature. A scenic drive up the mountain is met with a historic castle and recreational area. Access to fire pits inside the castle also provide an area for nighttime activities as well as warmth during winter months. The […]

November 19, 2019

Barbara Marshall’s public speaking class had a guest speaker a few weeks ago with a career that heavily involves public speaking and communication. Randall Hardy is a Kansas State Senator for the 24th district who assumed office in 2017. He spoke to Marshall’s class to give a glimpse at what it is like to represent […]



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