By Caleb McCaig – Barack Obama has won the 2012 Presidential election with 303 electoral votes. Mitt Romney won Texas’ 38 electoral votes, but that wasn’t enough to put him past the incumbent. Romney...
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After two years of campaign platforms, fundraising, advertising, debating, poster plastering, political posturing and speech after speech after speech, the time had come for America to make its choice between incumbent Democratic president Barack Obama, and Republican candidate, Mitt Romney.
On Halloween, it is traditional to go to a haunted house with your friends. This past Saturday I jumped into my car to find the closest one, which happened to be Cutting Edge in Fort Worth. I have heard non-stop how awesome this place is and how it will keep chill bumps on you the whole time. Three friends and I took the hour and a half trip to check out the place that holds a Guinness world record for its length, and to see how it is rated in the top 13 haunted houses in the U.S.
Six Flags Over Texas is not only crowded in the summer, it’s also popping in Fright Fest season. I had not been there since the 8th grade and wondered if it was still as awesome as I remembered. The weather was perfect for mid-October and the park was incredibly crowded. Excited to experience Six Flags in holiday mode, I was overjoyed immediately and felt 13 again.
Big dreams are brewing in the minds of Stephenville fourth graders as they research and learn about different colleges they want to attend. College Week is part of the curriculum for students throughout the Stephenville Independent School District. At Hook Elementary, staff members are stressing the importance of college and career throughout the year.
By Monét Gerald – The Tarleton chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Communication Studies department wrapped up the celebration of Free Speech Week with guest speaker Pete Slover. Slover is from...
Friday night, Stephenville hosted Venus for homecoming in what was thought to be a close District 7-3A match-up. Stephenville proved all the doubters wrong in the first half alone. Venus came into the game undefeated, boasting one of the best defenses statistically in the state. Stephenville came in with stats in the back of their mind as they rolled 56-13 on a brisk fall night at Tarleton Memorial Stadium.