Pro-Life Abortion is wrong. Period. The tough thing about a topic of this nature is the majority of people already have their minds made up. That’s why I chose to explain to you why, based off of my Christian beliefs, I am pro-life, and fully against something as sickening as abortion. Throughout the years growing … Continue reading Opposing Views: Pro-Life and Pro-Choice Columns
At 601 E. Court Ave in downtown Jeffersonville sits one of the city’s most historic buildings: the Nachand Fieldhouse.
As drivers merge onto the newly-built I-265 highway and follow it south, a new landmark will peak its face around the bend of the road: the East End Bridge. The bridge connects Utica, Ind. to Louisville, Ky., and completes a shortcut to the eastern side of the city that once took 30-40 minutes to drive. … Continue reading Correcting Congestion
By Phillip Steinmetz & Kyle Sanders A dozen pieces of Tuesday’s homework balled up, a few spots of crushed cheddar Goldfish from two days ago and a milk carton from first period’s breakfast on Monday. That’s what the floor might look like in an average Jeff High classroom at the end of the week. … Continue reading Janitors having issues cleaning up the mess
Story by Kyle Sanders The goal of the Republican Club is listed prominently: “To actively work to bring young people into politics.” Since the club was chartered last December, club president Josh Waddell has worked to teach other students on what it means to be a Republican. Each meeting starts with a small presentations over … Continue reading The Republican Club
Story by Kyle Sanders Everyone loves a good superhero movie. From Marvel’s Avengers to DC’s movies of Batman vs. Superman, and the Dark Knight Trilogy, both have been able to create good superhero movies that everyone can watch over and over again. But what if these movies were made up of bad guys instead? Would … Continue reading Bad Guys on the Rise?