Dispute Between Native American Population and North Dakota Companies Turns Violent

The Army Corps of Engineer approved a pipeline  to be placed under the Missouri river in July and it is sending shivers down the spines of North Dakota’s Native Americans – and has created violent controversy. Energy Transfer Partners, a Dallas-based company, came head to head with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and video documentation… Read More Dispute Between Native American Population and North Dakota Companies Turns Violent

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 is on Fire: Literally!

Recently, there have been many reports of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7s exploding or bursting into flames. If you’re a Samsung user, you’re thinking, “I’m glad I didn’t buy that phone,” or if you’re an Apple user, you’re thinking, “Great, Samsungs suck anyway.” The phone in question was released on Aug. 19. Soon after its release,… Read More Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 is on Fire: Literally!

Lochte Gate: The Saga Continues

United States Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte has been the center of attention ever since he infamously claimed he was robbed at gunpoint in Rio. Police investigators discovered that these claims were less than true. Lochte and fellow teammates were instead recorded vandalizing a gas station bathroom in a drunken stupor. Lochte was suspended from swimming… Read More Lochte Gate: The Saga Continues

Ledyard Board of Education Elects New Chair

The Ledyard Board of Education (BoE) is usually overlooked until budget season, despite its profound impact on all the Ledyard schools and how they operate. Last Wednesday, however, the BoE made news as it voted to replace Chairwoman Mimi Peck-Llewellyn (second from right in the photo, seated) and elect Anthony Favry, current chairman of the… Read More Ledyard Board of Education Elects New Chair