AOC is latest Democrat to launch attack on Supreme Court

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., took to Twitter to attack the Supreme Court hours after the justices heard oral arguments in what could be the most significant abortion case in decades. While it could be months until the court announces a decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health – which could...
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Christmas show returns to Spartansburg

The gymnasium stage at the former Spartansburg Elementary School, now the Water Street Apartments, will once again resound with the sound of children singing. The Spartansburg Community Children's Christmas Program, “A Not So Silent Night,” will be Tuesday, Dec. 21, at 7 p.m. The event is free and cookies will...

A hometown Christmas event coming to Montrose

MONTROSE, Pa. — An annual holiday tradition aimed at capturing the spirit of the season gets underway. Christmas in Montrose runs from Friday, December 3, 2021, through Sunday, December 5. Newswatch 16's Ryan Leckey spotlighted this holiday happening that kicks off at 9 a.m. Friday at Montrose Bible Conference Lake...
St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Editorial: With new bills to hamper pandemic responses, Missouri Republicans risk lives

As coronavirus cases rise across Missouri and a new variant looms on the horizon, the state’s Republican legislators are busily preparing to respond — by making it more difficult to protect the public. A spate of new legislative proposals to prevent vaccine mandates and other crucial tools is once again illustrating how Missouri’s ruling Republicans have become a major threat to Missourians’ public health.
Frazee Forum

Stenso retires as Frazee postmaster

Janeen Stenso found her calling when she learned how organizing and sorting items were sought after qualities in the post office career field. Such attributes were seemingly innate for the rural Hawley resident. When she took the postal exam with 100 other applicants vying for the job, she scored first and was quickly hired.

Dominant defensive front seven leads Hawley into State Quarterfinals

This season the 13-0 Hawley Bearcats have played complementary football at its finest. The Bearcats success this season is in part due to their physicality on defense, which led them to seven shut out victories. “We want to be aggressive you know? Whether it’s a run team or a pass...
The Daily Sentinel

Meigs mauls Lady Rockets, 73-29

ROCKSPRINGS, Ohio — It’s probably best that the Lady Marauders didn’t pace themselves. The Meigs girls basketball team scored 30 first quarter points and put 53 on the board by halftime Thursday night en route to a 73-29 victory over visiting Wellston in the Tri-Valley Conference Ohio Division opener for both programs at Larry R. Morrison Gymnasium.

"Sticky the Kitty" owner writes children's books focused on kindness

SALEM, Ore. — Chuck Hawley was heading to work in Salem on an early October morning in 2018 when he noticed cars swerving out of the way and revealing a silhouette of something small. Hawley stopped his truck and walked up to a young kitten literally glued to the road.

Looking Back: Headlines from 50 and 25 years ago in Perham

Perham Artists Host Fergus Art Show: Three Perham artists hosted an art show in the lobby of the Lake Region Hospital in Fergus Falls. The three artists — Lori Schumacher, Sally Smalley and Sally Richter — all had painted pieces in acrylic and oil on display. Paintings by the women had previously won awards at the Minnesota State Fair, the Town and Country Art Show in St. Paul and art shows in Wadena and Hawley. Their show will be in Fergus Falls for two moths.

Harding Women's Basketball Wins High-Scoring GAC Opener

SEARCY – On a night where it felt like a shot was falling every few seconds, Harding held Southern Arkansas without a field goal over the final three minutes and won a see-saw game 93-90 Thursday in both teams' Great American Conference opener. The win was Harding's fifth straight and...