Volleyball coach Wes Briscoe is bringing something to Jeffersonville High School that many have been waiting for. Briscoe, who coached the Jeff High girls volleyball team to their first winning season in some time, is in the process of bringing together a group of dedicated boys to form the school’s new men’s volleyball team. There … Continue reading Men’s Volleyball Team Gaining Interest
The student aid application process has a fatal flaw: it presumes if parents CAN help with college costs that they WILL help with college costs. Thinking about college can be extremely stressful. Not just the anxiety that comes with an unknown future, but something even more nerve wracking… money. As we all know, seniors or … Continue reading Opinion: The Flaw in FAFSA
Many things are changing in Southern Indiana, and the auction of Joe Huber’s Family Farm and Restaurant is one of them. It’s heartbreaking to hear, but yes, family favorite Huber’s may close down their restaurant and, saddest of all for me, the farm. For as long as I can remember, my family has had a … Continue reading Commentary: Making Family Memories at Huber’s Family Farm
Although Vic was born a female, he identifies as a male. At the beginning of his sophomore year, Vic realized who he was.