• June 12, 2021

The Scoop on the Local Ice Cream Scene

Most people agree Memorial Day ushers in the summer season.  Here in Raleigh, that summer season comes with hot and hazy days where you want to run inside to the

Differences in Lifestyles in New Jersey from a Southerner Perspective

During Memorial Day Weekend, my family and I drove up to New Jersey to see family.  Many, including myself, did not realize that there is much difference between the way

Rings By Macon: A Non-Profit Small Buisness

During the COVID-19 pandemic, starting a small business appealed to people of all ages. It was a good way to fill time and make money for those that lost their

Vandals strike Leesville’s campus

Driving into school the morning of Friday, October 22, most students were shocked to find the letters “MHS” vanadalized on windows, school walls, the senior wall, speed bumps, stairs, the parking lot, and over the Marshall Hamilton Stadium sign.

“It brings tears to my eyes; it really does. They desecrated a memorial,” said Amy Wedge, English teacher, about the destruction to Leesville’s stadium, specifically the Marshall Hamilton sign dedicated in honor of the school’s first athletic director who died of cancer in 2008.

The night of Thursday, October 21, an undetermined number of people trespassed onto the Leesville campus, sometime between 12 and 4 o’clock in the morning.