• Trump is Turning Things Around

    Trump is Turning Things Around0

    “The U.S. economy is doing very very well at the moment,” says Jeremy Cook, chief economist at World First, a foreign exchange firm, according to a CNN article by Patrick Gillespie. The United State’s Labor Department claimed, that during President Donald Trump’s first full month in office, he managed to add 235,000 jobs to the

  • Bills By Adults, For Students

    Bills By Adults, For Students0

    Many of these bills affect students, as well as have two sides which to argue for. Some of which to keep an eye on are the death penalty, school vouchers, and a physical restraint proposed for unruly students.

  • Not Your Ordinary Kitchen Cabinet

    Not Your Ordinary Kitchen Cabinet0

    This past January, Donald Trump, the Republican nominee, became the President of the United States of America.  One of the first duties of a new president is to build and choose their cabinet members.  The term goes all the way back to the 17th-century usage for a private room where advisors would meet, which would

  • Cyber Security

    Cyber Security0

    Cyber Security   The internet has become an increasingly large part of our lives. With cyber attacks on the rise, it is important, now more than ever, to understand the importance of internet safety. This means never going to websites that you are not familiar with. This also means never giving out personal information on

  • Frolicking Among The Flocks

    Frolicking Among The Flocks0

    Between the months of the late February and early April, over 600,000 Sandhill Cranes annually pause at the Platte River Valley in Nebraska before continuing north for the summer. Eighty percent of the world’s Sandhill crane population congregates along the Platte River to fill up on leftover corn in farm fields before leaving for their

  • Rural VS. City Kid Drivers

    Rural VS. City Kid Drivers0

    School permits exists for those outside of the city but for those inside the city, not as much so. Yet, with state senator Sue Crawford’s new bill this might be changing.