You are here

2014 Boston Marathon Triumph

Taylor L. Turner Political Writer  On Monday, April 21, the city of Boston held its first marathon race since last year’s deadly bombing.  The April 15, 2013 attack left three individuals dead and wounded 260 others when the Tsarnaev brother’s homemade bombs exploded among the Marathon crowd. Although the city of Boston somberly reflected on this tragedy during Monday’s race, the city ultimately arose triumphant in the success of this year’s marathon. One million individuals attended the race to show their support of the participants, twice the size of the…

Read More

Highlights of the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference

Taylor L. Turner Staff Writer Last Saturday, March 8th, concluded the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) held in Washington D.C.  The Conference’s speakers delivered passionate addresses filled with pointed and astute criticisms of the President’s leadership. Kentucky Senator and Straw Poll winner Rand Paul delivered a fiery speech calling for Americans to restore “lovers of liberty” to government offices.  Paul expressed his deep concern that the Constitutional rights and liberties of Americans are being jeopardized by the Obama Administration.   He criticized the President for his failure in protecting Americans…

Read More

One Way 5K: Participating in a Community

Maraya Wahl Staff Writer With the chilly weather hopefully nearing its end, and the springtime approaching in the next month, people are preparing for outdoor activities in which to participate.  A chance is here to get some exercise and fresh air with family and friends.  For runners and non-runners alike, register now for the One Way 5K Run/Walk & Kid Run. Race day is on March 15, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. with the Kid’s Run beginning at 10:30 a.m.  The One Way 5K began at Lebanon Christian School to raise…

Read More