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A Well Regulated Militia

Have you heard of this new thing they’re trying out called politics? Trying being the operative term, it seems not to be going so smoothly. Other countries have been doing it for a while now, but the United States is kind of new to the game, not even three centuries of it under our belts. 373 more words


How Selective Events Effect Populations

This week we did more work with genetics and how alleles are expected to flow when populations are under certain influences. For instance we did a lab where pairs where randomly made and the effects ranged from homologous recessive dying 100% of the time, to homologous recessive having a 50/50 chance of survival. 75 more words

Battle of Gonzales Flag

October 2, 1835 — October 2, 1835 – The Battle of Gonzales was the first military engagement of the Texas Revolution. fought near Gonzales, Texas, on October 2, 1835, between rebellious Texian settlers and a detachment of Mexican army soldiers .


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Shaving The Yak

Spencer Trenary makes his college decision

One of the top seniors in Iowa has made his college decision as 3 time state place winner Spencer Trenary of Clarion-Goldfield-Dows is headed to South Dakota State University. 245 more words

High School

Denver City Leaders Urge Residents To Vote ‘Yes’ On 2A

By Tori Mason

DENVER (CBS4)– Denver’s sales tax is lower than average compared to surrounding metro area cities. It is nice on our pocketbook, but measure 2A supporters say it’s detrimental to city parks. 282 more words


Upper Iowa adds in state recruit

Colter Bye of Cresco, Crestwood made a name for himself last season as he steadily climbed the rankings before qualifying for his first state tournament and finishing 7th in class 2A. 128 more words


Common Sense: How Valuable is your family to you?

I remember a generation of American citizens who would stand up to totalitarian control of the populace.  I also know that there is still a huge conservative Christian base of citizens, that if they would get out and cast their votes, things would be much different than they are now.  1,196 more words