Dominoes fall, America rises

Kathleen Morris Staff Writer Have you ever seen dominoes fall? In succession I mean. I’m talking about that trick where all the dominoes are lined up as neatly and precisely as humanly possible. Sometimes they’re put in some type of intricate design. I’d imagine it takes some time, setting up all those pieces. And then what happens? Someone nudges the first one. It falls, slowly, … Continue reading Dominoes fall, America rises

Texas massacre poses haunting question

Kathleen Morris Staff Writer They say that familiarity is comforting, but the recognizability of this weekend’s news reports was anything but. Why? Because, once again, it was about a mass shooting. This past Sunday morning in the small, close-knit town of Sutherland Springs, Texas, a gunman opened fire. Of the unsuspecting parishioners, 26 were killed. Their ages ranged from 18 months old to 77-years old, … Continue reading Texas massacre poses haunting question

Morris: A President, a Beauty Pageant Contestant, and a neo-Nazi Walk into a Bar…

Kathleen Morris Contributor A President, a Beauty Pageant Contestant, and a neo-Nazi Walk into a Bar… Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. Of course, if one has access to social media, a television, or a newspaper, it’s almost a given that they’ve heard this line. Maybe it came as a mild shock, but then again maybe not. With the barrage of news stories … Continue reading Morris: A President, a Beauty Pageant Contestant, and a neo-Nazi Walk into a Bar…

Who you should pick up for your fantasy football team this week and why

Andrew Olson Contributor  Week two of the NFL season is a wrap. Among the things that came with it is a lengthy list of injuries and some good old fashioned junk time scoring. During fantasy drafts, guys who play on bottom feeder teams can be overlooked. Although, for receivers, you could argue it helps boost value, if there is a key player on a team … Continue reading Who you should pick up for your fantasy football team this week and why

Waiver wire pickups for week two of the fantasy football season

Andrew Olson @SwolsonPC The first NFL Sunday of the year is like Christmas morning to most diehard fantasy football fans. Waking up early, turning on pregame coverage, as you sit looking to tinker with your lineups. For many, that excitement can turn to panic in just seconds. For instance, many owners watched the consensus No. 1 pick this year, David Johnson, go down for a … Continue reading Waiver wire pickups for week two of the fantasy football season