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Tennis Anyone? Sport ‘Nets’ Many Collectibles

Tennis Anyone? Sport ‘Nets’ Many Collectibles

By Robert Reed    In the wide world of sports tennis has been relatively under collected in the past, but it has a winner’s potential in the future. Today tennis “meets all the criteria” of a popular sporting collectible according to author Robert Everitt. Writing in the very comprehensive volume, Racket Sports Collectibles, Everitt notes tennis has the heritage, the players, […]

by · July 1, 2020 · 0 comments · Feature Article
Happy Father’s Day

Happy Father’s Day

   The nation’s first Father’s Day was celebrated on June 19, 1910, in the state of Washington. However, it was not until 1972—58 years after President Woodrow Wilson made Mother’s Day official—that the day honoring fathers became a nationwide holiday in the United States. Father’s Day 2020 occurs on Sunday, June 21.    Father’s Day was founded in Spokane, Washington at the […]

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It’s Father’s Day — Think Ties, Of Course!

It’s Father’s Day — Think Ties, Of Course!

   O.K., Fellows, might as well accept your fate. You will probably be given a tie for Father’s Day. Maybe you would like to know more about them. Learning about the different knots might be helpful.    Seeing necktie knots laid out side-by-side is the fastest way to grasp how they differ from one another. In order to play fair, Ties.com tied […]

by · June 1, 2020 · 0 comments · Feature Article
Flag Day June 14 Reminds Us of Our Heritage

Flag Day June 14 Reminds Us of Our Heritage

   We want to do everything possible to promote patriotism and to honor our beautiful, meaningful flag. This is our duty to our ancestors, the brave men and women who fought, and in many instances died, to preserve what our flag stands for. It is our responsibility to our armed forces throughout the world who are maintaining our freedom and preserving […]

by · May 31, 2020 · 0 comments · Feature Article
Thoreau’s Writings Are Still Worthy of Consideration

Thoreau’s Writings Are Still Worthy of Consideration

By Paul Emerson DeStefano Honors English 10, Conifer High School    Today, the novel coronavirus disease (2019) has caused a widespread global pandemic decimating humanity. People across the world are forced indoors in fear of infection which has been a perfect agar plate to swab and colonate the detriments of society into the thoughts of many.    Throughout the writings of Henry […]

by · May 31, 2020 · 0 comments · Feature Article