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Granger Sponsors Capital City Comic Con Volunteers

Capital City Comic Con is thrilled to announce Granger as the exclusive Volunteer Sponsor for the 2016 event!

Volunteers are the heart and soul of the convention, providing invaluable services for visitors, guests, artists, and exhibitors, including ticket services, concierge services, operational and activity support, and more. 57 more words


"A Journey of a Thousand Miles..." Fri. 07/01/16

I have been remiss, it has been a long while since I have sat down and paid special attention to my project. It is not for lack of anything better to do, as a matter of fact it is the exact opposite. 110 more words

Take These Stars Down To The World

Title: Take These Stars Down To The World
Rating: R
(Highlight to View) Warning(s): Domestic Violence, Character Death (not our pair), Substance Abuse.
(Highlight to View) Prompt: Hermione creates a potion just for Severus, one which he doesn’t believe he wants or needs (SS/HG or SS & HG). 29,322 more words


NCISLA Review - Season 7

Season seven has been a roller coaster of a ride for all the main characters.  Each has been allowed the opportunity to develop a little further and to shine in their own right.   2,870 more words


The Cursed Child: unlikely allies?

The thing is, I am a little obsessed with “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” nowadays. Searching the Internet for spoilers, pictures, reviews and basically anything I can get my hands on related to the newest addition to the Harry Potter stories. 266 more words


Small Memorial Day Gathering Turns into Something Much Larger

GRANGER, Iowa — It was a good day for those spending their Memorial Day outside Monday, as the weather cooperated.

Campers at Jester Park took advantage of the sunshine and warm temperatures. 475 more words


Town by town, lift the people pt. 2

At 4 a.m. Granger looked different. It was dark, and the dinosaurs were invisible in the shade. In the parking lot of (radio station), blessed by their iron farm worker, dozens of local laborers and their families prayed. 301 more words