By John Meng Have you ever had an annoying relative visit your home and not know when to leave? Your comments about having important things to do fall on deaf ears.
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By John Meng, Managing Editor While a majority of people recognize their names, most have probably never read the classic literary works that chronicle the acts of heroes such as Odysseus an
By John Meng, Managing Editor It’s impossible to ignore the incredible significance of the decision we face on Nov. 3rd.
By John Meng, Managing Editor Voting is at the very heart of our republic. A vote sends a direct message to the government about how a citizen wants to be governed.
By John Meng, News Editor As the combine carved a symmetrical swathe in the corn field across from my home this past week, robotically mowing down thousands of desiccated stalks, I was reminded t