The CGA’s game tournament has moved to 7 p.m. Saturday to avoid conflict with the Halloween Dance at The Pit on Sunday.
Monthly Archive: October 2010
Two dancers at NOCS perform a country swing dance Sunday at the Chadron Arts Center at Fourth and King streets.
Homecoming 2010 events made winners out of 10 clubs and 19 individuals, between the parade, the bedsheet contest, homecoming royalty, and the 5K run, all of which took place Thursday through Saturday.
I was quite taken aback when Time magazine’s cover article stated, “Is America Islamophobic?” last month. I found the term “Islamophobia” to be a rather insulting bash on well-versed American (and European) critics of the religion and yet my contempt for this type of quasi-race baiting wordplay does not even come close to penetrating my values.
The Chadron State women’s basketball team overpowered the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology Hardrocker’s with a final score of 71-65 last Friday in Armstrong.
The Chadron State football team sent the Western New Mexico University Mustangs home with a 31-7 loss this Saturday at the Eagles’ Homecoming game.
The Chadron State volleyball team put up a good fight against the University of Nebraska-Kearney on their home court Tuesday night, but lost to the leaders of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference 3-0.
In the excitement of Halloween, many are forgetting another important day that is quickly approaching: election day on Tuesday.
While asking around, I was surprised at the amount of people who don’t even know about it. The most common response was, “There’s voting this year? For president?”
Three local bands, “Bless Me Ultima,” “Lost Autumn,” and “Righteous Vendetta,” performed in a concert during Late Night at The Pit Oct. 21.
I read Bill O’Reilly’s syndicated column in a local paper this weekend. The paper ran the column under the headline “Walking Away from the Truth.” I later learned that, on O’Reilly’s website, he titled the article “View to a Kill.”