At least 2,000 Mohawk tribe members have gathered in Rome today in anticipation of the canonization of one of their own, a 17th-century Mohawk maiden named Kateri Tekakwitha.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
The law of unintended consequences has come around to kick us in the pants.
We just keep getting smarter. That’s what James R. Flynn reports in The Wall Street Journal. He says that I.Q. tests, over the past century, suggest that Americans have gained three to five I.Q.
One hundred years ago, on Oct. 14, 15, and 16, the United States Secretary of the Interior, Walter Fisher, came to California to hold a conference to choose the best automobile route into Yosemite.
To answer some of our readers’ inquiries, the Discovery Center out at Fairmead will be celebrating National Fossil Day tomorrow, and no, I will not be on display.
“Those who look to him for help will be radiant with joy; no shadow of shame will darken their faces.”
— Psalms 34:5
By Lauren Eads of Liberty High School's newspaper Hawk Talk