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Top 10 bad executive decisions

September 8, 2022 SST

By Torry Stiles 10. “The Chinese scientists say it’s a couple of bats with sniffles. We can’t keep folks out for that. How would it look?” 9. “Looks like we’ll have to institute rolling blackouts […]

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Over the Garden Wall

September 8, 2022 SST

By Bradley Lane The dominant understanding of animation is that the medium exists in two distinct forms based on the work’s target audience. Children’s entertainment is made by the likes of Cartoon Network and Disney, […]

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Smells like teen fake news

September 8, 2022 SST

By Curtis Honeycutt In November 1992, the Seattle grunge music scene was exploding in its popularity. While the angsty grunge fans were rocking in their flannel shirts, Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain was penning hits including […]

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Southside construction update

September 1, 2022 SST

Information by i69finishline.com I-69 Johnson County: Construction of the new I-69 mainline in Johnson County is reaching a halfway point. Over the coming month, State Road 37 traffic is expected to shift onto more than […]

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Ten items fewer or less? Explaining fewer fervor

September 1, 2022 SST

By Curtis Honeycutt In a classic episode of “Saturday Night Live,” Christopher Walken confidently declares, “I’ve got a fever, and the only prescription is more cowbell!” Today I’m not sure if I have a fever […]

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Top 10 ways I’m preparing for winter

September 1, 2022 SST

By Torry Stiles 10. Train the dogs to expect fewer long walks in the sun and more short trips to the back patio. 9. Begin the debate over which is harder to shovel: winter snow […]

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Young swimmer makes his mark for Flashes Aquatics

September 1, 2022 SST

By Mark Ambrogi When Victor Martin started swimming for Flashes Aquatics, he and his parents asked assistant coach Maddisen Lantz if she could help him become a state champion. “I looked at them and said, ‘Yeah […]