Travis Fischer

07/26/2016 - 3:47pm
     Twenty years after its debut on Nintendo's Game Boy video game system, "Pokémon Go" has reignited the Pokémon craze in a way not seen since the 90s.      Developed by Niantic and licensed from The Pokémon Company, the free app for mobile phones uses GPS and augmented reality to turn real world places into hunting grounds...
07/26/2016 - 2:57pm
Changing it up                  Comic-Con week is my favorite week of the year. One where I can unwind and let the rest of the world pass me by as all other information gets drowned out in the vast wave of pop culture news.        ...
07/19/2016 - 4:41pm
     Area farmers gathered at the Rustic Brew on Wednesday, July 13, to consider participating in a lawsuit against Syngenta for their role in destabilizing the global corn market.      Jacquelyn Garay, an attorney representing Mauro, Archer & Associates PLLC out of Washington DC, was there to inform the...
07/19/2016 - 4:34pm
     It's more than just another brick in the wall as two of Hampton's landmark buildings undergo needed repairs to their outer structure this summer.      At the Windsor Theatre, the historical building hired RW Restoration to make some needed repairs to its east facing wall.     ...
07/19/2016 - 3:59pm
  T-Mobile used Zero-Rating, it’s super effective         “Pokemon Go” is the hottest new app in the world and everybody is looking to cash in on the craze, including mobile phone network T-Mobile, who have announced that “Pokémon Go’s” data usage will not be counted...
07/12/2016 - 4:08pm
     Hampton's City Park is enjoying a greener shade as three malnourished Pin Oaks start their recovery following a series of treatments.      During a June workshop meeting of the Hampton City Council, city officials met with Gary Stenzel, an Iowa Falls tree specialist who had noticed that the trio of trees...
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