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JonBenet Ramsey Case

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May 11, 2018

4/17/18 JonBenet Ramsey Case: An Old Suspect   Twenty-two years ago, the unsolved murder of a six year old girl struck the country leaving much room for conspiracy theorists to come up with the murder suspects. But all of those theories may be shut down by police finding new evidence to incriminate an old suspect… Read More ›

Alpine Skiing

  Alpine Skiing   Alpine skiing was first introduced into the Olympics in 1936, which was held in Germany. Both men and women were able to compete at this special event. Alpine Skiing is primarily sliding down a hill covered in snow with skis. There are different categories that fall under the Alpine skiing event,… Read More ›

History of ice fishing

As the temperature drops the winter and the lakes and ponds freeze over, many can be found ice fishing in order to survive as a means of sustenance.  It was a way to get through the long, cold winter months where other food was more difficult to harvest. The origin of ice fishing is not… Read More ›

Olympic Speed Skating

Speed Skating is a competitive form of ice skating, which just happens to become a noticed sport that was placed into the Olympic Winter Games. The sport of Speed Skating had become a competitive sport in, 1642. There are three different types of Speed Skating: there is long track, which is a largely sized ice… Read More ›

Heathers

Photo By http://www.denofgeek.com/us/tv/heathers/253825/heathers-tv-series-release-date-delayed-indefinitely On March 7th, 2018, a TV adaption of the musical Heathers will be premiering. Created by Jason Micallef, the show is labeled to be in the genre of Anthology and Black Comedy. A story on the mentality of high-school and popularity featured around Jason-Dean; his alias being J.D., Veronica, and the Heathers; Chandler,… Read More ›

U.S Olympic Performance

The United States has always been top competitors in the Winter Olympics, but this year it has been a little different, taking place in Pyeong Chang, South Korea. This year they placed 4th overall with 23 medals, 9 gold, 8 silver, and 6 bronze. This resulting in the worst winter Olympic performance since 1998. Even… Read More ›

Ice Fishing Contest

Out just past Shoshoni, Wyoming is Boysen Reservoir that is about 14 miles in length and 5.5 at it’s widest width-since 1986. There are rules and regulations at the lake, which this year was made that there are no fires on the lake and no one can camp on the lake. The contest starts January… Read More ›

Every Day (2018)

Every Day is a 2018 film based on a novel written by David Levithan. Both the book and the movie are about a soul named A who switches bodies every day, never being in the same person living the day as someone new. But one day when A finds a girl named Rhiannon, she falls… Read More ›

Goose Hunting

    Goose hunting takes a lot of patience. First, you have to wake up really early and get to your hunting spot. When you get to your spot you need to set up your spread. There are many different ways to set up a spread. It may take some time to find the one… Read More ›

History of Ice Fishing

As the temperature drops in the winter and the lakes and ponds freeze over, many can be found ice fishing in order to survive as a means of sustenance. It was a way to get through the long, cold winter months where other food was more difficult to harvest. The origin of ice fishing is… Read More ›

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