Radiation found in Bed Bath and Beyond Products

January 20, 2012 • Allison Doll, Writer  
Filed under News

It’s cold and flu season that means it is also time for runny noses, sore throats, coughing, sneezing, fever, headaches, and aching muscles, that is enough of a problems without having to worry about the effects of Radioactive Activity.  On Monday the U.S. retail company Bed Bath and Beyond, recalled... Read more »

Kansas Basketball ‘wows’ Nation

January 20, 2012 • Brian Clarke, Sports Writer  
Filed under Feature, Sports

After the Sprint Center debacle losing to the mid-major Davidson Wildcats, things looked a little glum for the then (7-3) Kansas Jayhawks. three losses had then already matched the total amount of losses for all of last season. But after Monday nights game against the Baylor Bears things are beginning... Read more »

Fisherman rescues dog at sea

January 20, 2012 • Chelsea Jackson, Staff Writer  
Filed under Feature

A lot of people say there’s no such thing as luck, but Rory O’Connor just so happened to be in the right place at the right time. While kayaking in the Siesta Key, the typical vacation quickly became so much more. It all started when Blake Talman fled the scene of an accident, only to wind... Read more »

Depleted Buffs take eighth at Newton TOC

Depleted Buffs take eighth at Newton TOC

January 20, 2012 • Matthew Urrutia, Staff Writer  
Filed under Sports, Sports, Sports Center

After last week’s seventh place finish at the Derby Invitational, the Buffaloes headed to Newton for the annual Tournament of Champions.  For the second week in a row the Buffaloes were unable to take a full roster to a tournament, taking only 12 wrestlers to Newton as opposed to 11 wrestlers... Read more »

Lady Buffs rebound with impressive victory

Lady Buffs rebound with impressive victory

January 20, 2012 • Evan Riggs, Sports Editor  
Filed under Sports, Sports, Sports Center

After dropping two consecutive games at home, the Garden City Lady Buffs basketball team was looking to redeem themselves against the struggling Ulysses Lady Tigers. The Lady Tigers came into the game with a 2-7 record, while the Lady Buffs were 6-4. “We definitely wanted to make a statement,” junior... Read more »

GCCC signs two Buffalo athletes

GCCC signs two Buffalo athletes

January 20, 2012 • Jeff Bogner, Staff Writer  
Filed under Feature, Featured Athlete, Sports

Syndi Hernandez and Chinasa Ekweariri are both continuing their athletic careers at Garden City Community College.  Ekweariri, a senior, signed a letter-of-intent to play volleyball for the Lady Busters.  Hernandez, also a senior, signed for the Lady Busters softball program. “I just wasn’t ready... Read more »

Hostess files for bankruptcy…again

Hostess files for bankruptcy...again

January 20, 2012 • Jessica Bernasky, Staff Writer  
Filed under News

America’s favorite source of cakes and goodies has now filed for bankruptcy for the second time in a decade. Hostess is the maker of a variety of treats such as Twinkies, Ho Hos, Ding Dongs, and Sno Balls. These treats are normally more on the expensive side and the Hostess Brand is hoping to lower... Read more »

Marines urinate on Taliban corpses

January 20, 2012 • Kayla Doll, Writer  
Filed under Opinion

America is a country of honor, pride, and respect.  Or so it make it seem.  Some recent actions from members of United States Marine Corps raises questions about the representation of the USA. A video was recently posted on YouTube of four U.S. Marines urinating on three Taliban corpses.  The video... Read more »


January 20, 2012 • Taryn Tempel, Staff Writer  
Filed under Opinion

Can you imagine a world where everything posted on the internet was monitored by the government? Well if the SOPA bill is passed, that may become reality. SOPA, also known as the Stop Online Piracy Act and PIPA, the Protect Intellectual Property Act, is the governments attempt of preventing piracy of... Read more »