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GHS Swing Choir Shines at Record Release Party

The Glasgow High School Swing Choir debuted their original Christmas music on Nov. 20. Every year, the Swing Choir is assigned a project during first semester that requires them to work in groups and...

 

Carnival Cuisine

Fair food is a quiet but integral part of fair culture. Concession stands run by local clubs and organizations assemble a staff of volunteers, create a unique menu and establish a temporary eatery that leaves a lasting impression in the memories of...

 

In Defense of the Oxford Comma

I need to buy bread, milk, peanut butter and jelly and honey. That sentence might look incorrect to you, but within the parameters of the Associated Press style, it is correct. Perhaps this looks better; I need to buy bread, milk, peanut butter and j...

 

Hopes For a Panelling Renaissance

Nothing conjures up images of dim rooms with orange, shag carpet and floral curtains quite like someone mentioning wood paneling. The cheap, easy-to-install wall surface was popular throughout the '50s, '60s, and '70s. Eventually becoming too...

 

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