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  1. Wood Memorial

    Football is obviously not a priority to the Wood Memorial community, it's students, and it's administration. Resources that would have been used to fund a football program can be put to good use in other areas.
  2. Sagamore Conference 2018

    https://www.ftimes.com/common/story.php?ID=3016&hl=Young-Frankfort-football-team-preps-for-the-season (Note: Site may be behind a paywall) FTA: Wow, 17 seniors from a team that only had 40-45 players on the varsity/junior varsity roster. And the 4-year record for those seniors? 10-30. Hope may spring eternal, but numbers and size will continue to plague the Hot Dog football program.
  3. Approximately a decade ago Rossville residents tried to start a varsity level football program and failed. The soccer program is slowly gaining in popularity however.
  4. If you would have read this thread I posted that earlier: "It is my job as a citizen to question and challenge the decisions of elected officials, no matter where they reside. Do you blindly trust yours?"
  5. Young America?: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Young+America,+IN+46932/@40.5686471,-86.3641732,14z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x881378af964ff057:0xbe176b4f014cd3d4!8m2!3d40.5686489!4d-86.3466636
  6. School Fight Songs

    My high school alma mater, Maconaquah, has a fight song sung to the tune of Hail Purdue!: Hail, hail Maconaquah, all hail to the red and the blue. Hail, hail to MHS to our Braves we will always be true. Fight, fight for victory whether odds be great or small. Honor, love, and praise we give to our Maconaquah. Frankfort's fight song (tune may be original, at least I have never heard it elsewhere): Oh, Hail to dear old Frankfort! To the blue and the white that floats upon the breeze - All hail to dear old Frankfort And all her happy memories - Three cheers to dear old Frankfort And may her glory never, never die - Long may we love her, our Alma Mater Frankfort High!
  7. Yeah, I could have. But I had to sell the ultralight backpack to pay my property taxes.
  8. I didn't have the $ for gas for the drive after paying my property tax installment. http://www.neola.com/rensselaer-in/ Section 0142: Section 0142.3: Who is watching the Watchmen?
  9. Would you even consider consulting your spouse before signing a document allowing your child to play American tackle football?
  10. I knew that was coming. Should have added "or politically appointed".
  11. And what if your spouse disagrees with your decision, and demands you rescind your signature?
  12. Spread out over probably 10 years. The equates to about 4.3 posts a day.
  13. So no need for elected school boards, the educational professionals can spend it all the taxpayer money as they see fit.