It’s that time of year; the end of the school year, a time for several graduation ceremonies. I’ve already seen a flurry of Facebook posts and pictures celebrating friends’ graduates, but I have two graduates I would like to spotlight.
Angel here and this week we celebrate our local graduates. I'd like to share a story from my own graduation and how I ended up in the very back of the line.
My last name started with a B by the way just so you have a point of reference. I ...
Kids today, geez! Well, this incident has bigger ramifications and reactions than just your average "person/kid looking down at phone" story. Though she has not been identified as of this writing, this West Point cadet has a lot of explaining to do after she was caught on video looking down at her phone while marching in formation to the academy's graduation ceremony. Check the 50-second
A classmate of mine vomiting during the ceremony. That's what I remember most about my high school graduation. A fellow Daviess County High School senior, who shall remain nameless, was power-puking during graduation because she had gotten hammered shortly before all the pomp and circumstance began. As soon as I heard the heaving, I was immediately glad that my last name started with a "B&
For the 117 5 year old students at Hager Pre-School in Owensboro Tuesday May 24, 2011 was a big day. It was the first of what, hopefully, will be many graduation days in their lives. The next stepfor these students is Kindergarten then Elementary School, High School and College or Technical School. Sadly only 70% will graduate High School and less than 40% will earn a college diploma.