Día de los Muertos “Day of the Dead”

Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday, it is a three-day celebration that takes place October 31st through November 2nd, celebration happens across Mexico and in some big cities in the U.S like San Francisco, San Antonio, Los Angeles, Fort Lauderdale, San Diego and Albuquerque. On October 31st the gates of heaven are opened…

Aberdeen Eats

Us college students are all in the same dilemma, we don’t want to live off of the cafeteria and fast food, but we also do not want to pay an arm and a leg for a decent meal. With that in mind, here’s a list of several restaurants that offer good specials on good food…

Saints Go Recruiting to Webster

By Kyle Showalter When you want a job done, and you want it done right, you make sure to send your best. That is why Dominick Martinez, Grace Mallory, Olivia Buckeye, and Alex Karp were sent to Webster Area High School on March 22nd in hopes of meeting the next great group of Saints. The…

The Haunted Forest is Here!

By Parker Beastrom With Halloween fast approaching, it’s time to get some scares around town. Aberdeen’s annual Haunted Forest will be held on Friday and Saturday, October 26th and 27th, in Storybook Land at Wylie Park. The Haunted Forest is a roughly 30-minute experience in which you trek through Storybook Land while watching out for…

Natural Disasters Relief

Natural Disasters Relief By: Georgia Brittan This year, across the United States, there has been a number of devastating natural disasters effecting nearly all regions of the country. These natural disasters have covered both extremes from severe hurricanes to relentless wildfires. The first to hit was the crying fire in Montana. It began on July…