The Greenskeeper

The sad truth about cemetery work is also its saving grace – there will always be more bodies.

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Confessions: The American Dream

In the wake of the Godzilla 1999 disaster – the one relevant to my own life, not the one at the Hollywood box office – I soon developed rudimentary knowledge of the self. Although I was born quite cognizant of my superiority and eventual aspirations in this world, I think it took an excruciatingly extensive time out before I began questioning my existence within the context of other people.

Therefore, at the age of six, I took the next logical step in my metaphysical development, and found a love of country.

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Third string QB Wallace wins on homecoming night after parent’s berating is finally heard

Jonny Wallace might have been the game-winning quarterback at Northwest Catholic’s Homecoming game against Bowerton this Friday with three touchdowns, 491 yards passing, and 210 yards rushing, but the Cornhuskers are crediting a different Wallace with the win.

Mike Wallace, Jonny’s father, has been to every single game in Jonny’s career, and of those 274 games, Mike has been ejected from 229.

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