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Commentary: Border agency that’s bloated and corrupt

Commentary: Border agency that’s bloated and corrupt

August 23, 2018


Filed under National

By day, helicopters fly overhead. Dusty patrol vehicles take up neighborhood parking lots. By night, klieg lights illuminate the new, 18-foot steel fence that snakes along the sand dunes. This strip of land thousands of miles long feels like occupied territory. And in a way, it is. I refer, of course...

Viewpoint Editors Take The Ice Bucket Challenge

Angela Richart

September 1, 2014


Filed under Viral Video

It was a cold splash when Editor-in-Chief, Angela Richart, and Assistant Editor, Jackson Miller, take on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Thanks to the KHWK Broadcasters for the nomination.

Hundreds stranded in Montana after ice and snow give way to floods

Hundreds stranded in Montana after ice and snow give way to floods

March 20, 2014


Filed under Outdoors

By Matt Pearce Los Angeles Times (MCT) About 350 people were stranded in eastern Montana on Tuesday when rivers overflowed their banks because of melting ice and snow. Hundreds of residents just outside the town of Roundup, about 50 miles north of Billings, have been cut off from outside ...

Great Lakes Have Most Ice In Decades Thanks To Bitter Winter

Great Lakes Have Most Ice In Decades Thanks To Bitter Winter

February 6, 2014


Filed under Outdoors

MCT NEWSFEATURES By Lee Bergquist Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (MCT) MILWAUKEE — This winter’s frigid temperatures have produced the largest amount of ice cover on the Great Lakes in at least 25 years. Roughly 60 percent of the lakes are now under a cover of ice, according to the Great L...

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