Opinion

06/20/2017 - 2:20pm
Another E3 has come and gone. The Electronic Entertainment Expo is the annual showcase of what gamers can look forward to for the next year and while this year's event may have been milder than ones in the past, there were still plenty of standouts and surprise announcements. Here are six of the most interesting games that were either announced or elaborated on during this year's show. A...
06/06/2017 - 4:41pm
In March of 2015, The Guardian, a United Kingdom news outlet that covers global news, launched a story campaign entitled “The Biggest Story in the World.” It featured newspaper articles, online features, videos, social media, podcasts — basically every medium anyone had access to — about how journalism screwed up the...
06/06/2017 - 4:39pm
To the editor: No amount of "higher learning" in colleges and universities or minds of men will be able to solve the problems of our world which each day becomes more filled with hatred toward one another. Only the love of Jesus Christ . who sacrificed Himself for our world, through His life, death and resurrection can pull us back from...
06/06/2017 - 4:34pm
Over the last two months, the issue of how to handle the proper disposal of garbage and recyclables has been a conundrum for both county and municipal leaders to develop a comprehensive solution for. As reported in this week’s story “FC Supervisors hear options on recycling,” there are many options to address contamination of the...
05/30/2017 - 4:43pm
eSports are here and they aren't going anywhere. Ten years ago one might have scoffed at the idea of people playing video games at a professional level. Today, one might still scoff at that idea, but it doesn't change the fact that even ESPN has started covering eSports and there are people across the globe playing video games for a living...
05/30/2017 - 4:41pm
There are a lot of legitimate reasons to impeach Donald Trump. The trouble is, why now? It's not like Trump has started something new with his unconstitutional abuses of authority. Presidents, and congressmen for that matter, seem to think the so-called general welfare clause in the Constitution obliterates the rest of the document. The $110...
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