Opinion

06/19/2018 - 5:07pm
Age of the Geek Column: Another E3 has come and gone, hyping up the video game community with the promise of new ways to spend our gaming time. Dozens of games were showcased this year but these are the five that I'm most looking forward to playing over the next year. Maneater Winning the award for "Game I Never Knew I Needed," this is an open-world shark simulator. In other words,...
06/12/2018 - 2:59pm
Alterative Column: A Nazi walks into a Jewish delicatessen in New York. He has a swastika tattooed on his forehead. He says, “I'll have a pastrami on rye, some chips and a Kosher pickle.” The owner of the deli is working the counter that day. His grandparents were both gassed at Auschwitz. Should the owner be allowed to kick the...
06/12/2018 - 2:54pm
The great outdoors and summer go hand-in-hand. Camping, hiking, fishing, cookouts and everything in between are always at the ready when temperatures crack 80 degrees. No doubt summer is one of the more enjoyable times of the year because of the constant slate of activities. We appreciate the times we can get together with friends and family to...
06/05/2018 - 4:38pm
How do you lose money on a Star Wars movie? In theory, Star Wars is essentially a license to print money. That's why Disney spent $6 billion on it. And yet, "Solo," the fourth movie in the franchise since Disney ushered in a new era for the galaxy far far away, will be lucky to break even, if it does so at all. Which is something of...
06/05/2018 - 4:36pm
Editorial: The air in Franklin County this summer is already filled with the sound of fun, music and excitement. Last week, the Hampton Municipal Band kicked off its season and Christian artist Jason Gray graced the stage at Band Shell Park. Tuesday on the Town began this week and La Luz’s Gran Festival is back for its third year Saturday....
06/05/2018 - 4:35pm
Letter to the editor:I would like to thank everyone for their thoughts, cards, and kind words. Thanks to all who took part in the dodgeball tournament and benefit. A very special thanks goes out to the West Fork track team, Ashley Sears, Jill Rowe, and Mark Twedt. I would also like to thank Mary Schulz and all of the track team parents who worked...
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