Silverstone proves happy hunting ground for podiums for Newark’s Nicholas Croydon Fowler

There was a podium and a new lap record for Nicholas Croydon Fowler in the fifth and sixth rounds of the Mini Seven Challenge. The driver returned to Silverstone – where he achieved a podium in the second lap – and had just as much joy. Qualifying saw 64 minis on the track, but with […]

Beth Chapman recalls 2 years after her death by her dog and family

This weekend marks the 2nd anniversary of the sudden and tragic death of Beth chapman, the ex-wife of Dog the bounty hunter and matriarch of the famous family of bounty hunters. In honor of the sad moment, Dog the Bounty Hunter and her family, including the woman he is now preparing to marry, pay tribute […]

Reunion will bring together former students of the Synodal College

125 years ago 1896 Fulton Gazette Col. Wash Lynes, of Guthrie, was in town Tuesday doing business. He’s 89, has lived in Missouri for 78 years, fought in the Black Hawk War, raised and educated a large family of children, uprooted one of the best farms in the county from the forest and is still […]

Indigenous Sports Month: Nathan Jawai opens up on depression, being called a monkey, Outback Shaq

Nathan Jawai turned to alcohol to deal with his depression and stress. The proud Torres Strait Islander reveals how he overcame his countless setbacks. Nathan Jawai’s rise from a city of just 1,000 people to all levels of basketball is remarkable, but he is very proud of the obstacles he has overcome. In a candid […]

Why are the PS5s always sold out? When you can expect to find one

Gamers who religiously seek out the elusive console often find that restockings sell out within minutes, and even those with some of the best methods of alerting sales arrive empty-handed. This is mainly due to the continuing shortage of semiconductors. This chip is used in the manufacture of the PS5, and there has been a […]

Road signs along the Sea to Sky Highway offer insight into the history of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh people

If you’ve taken the Sea to Sky Highway, you might have wondered what the words Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) mean on road signs and how to pronounce them. The signs, installed in time for the 2010 Winter Olympics, recall the region’s rich Indigenous history, as well as attempts to erase that history after Indigenous lands were stolen. […]