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  • Who bears the burden in America?

    Before WWII, a large number of people were against America's involvement in the wars in Europe and Asia. After Pearl Harbor, however, that argument disappeared, and virtually everyone got involved. Sons of rich families enlisted. The Kennedys, for example, lost a son and a daughter and of course, Jack Kennedy was seriously injured. Movie stars like Jimmy Stewart and sports figures all joined ordinary people in the fight. Those at home sacrificed by needing coupons to buy meat, sugar, flour and many other things. Gas was rationed. No doubt some people, maybe the rich mostly, got around these restrictions, but people in general understood the need for sacrifice. There was no whining, there were only patriots.
  • Hammond High School

    Hammond High School
    Mikhaila Christina Abarcar, Ted Allen Adams, Mark Seichi Adamson, Louiza Akuyea Addy, Feyisayo Rahimah Adebiyi, Modupe Olufunmilayo Adetunji, Olumide Alani Adewumi, Daniel Arthur Agee Jr., Aroosha Nudrat Ahmed, Ademola Olufemi Akisanya, Samuel Joseph...

    50 years ago: Land bought for private, Catholic high school

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, June 7, 1962: The Catholic archdiocese purchased an 87-acre tract fronting Churchville Road, formerly Wagner's Farm, which would become the site of a new large Catholic high school. The new school...

    Andy Griffith and the myth of a fair-minded, small-town Southern America in the turbulent '60s

    Andy Griffith and the myth of a fair-minded, small-town Southern America in the turbulent '60s
    Andy Griffith, one of the stars who put CBS on top of the TV world in the 1960s with an easy-going but culturally-packed sitcom that ran for eight seasons during that stormy decade in American life, died Tuesday at 86 at his North Carolina home in Roanoke...

    Eagle Archive: Celebrating Carroll County at the 4-H and FFA Fair

    The Carroll County Agriculture Center has been a beehive of activity in preparation of the annual Carroll County 4-H and FFA Fair, which officially opened on July 27. Historically, the summer and end of harvest events have always played an important role...