Mac Kelly

Mac has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Averett University. From Virginia, he moved to New York in 2011 to start a family and to work as a psychology instructor. Now, he writes health and lifestyle news for Beacon Transcript. Right now, Parker also works as a part-time voice coach.

The Right Address of Kid Games

On a daily basis, free online games is one of the most searched keyword on Google and the amount of the websites related with such purposes is quite high. When the case...

Most Reliable Kid Game Website

Today, new generation do not go outside and play traditional games with their peers but they prefer to engage in online games which allow them to get tired less and...

Engraved Spoon Gift To Museum

The Mayville School District was sent a gift from a Washington resident that had the Limestone Schoolhouse engraved on it. The spoon has been a talking point at mutliple...

Roy J. McCallum, 81, died on Monday

Roy J. McCallum, 81, died on Monday, May 23, 2016 at his home in Horicon. Roy J. McCallum was born on September 7, 1934, to Donald and Edna (Davis) McCallum. On October...

Roger A. Roecker, 98

Roger A. Roecker, 98, of Hartford formerly of Allenton, passed away Saturday, May 21, 2016. He was born July 1, 1917, in the Town of Herman, the son of Otto and Elsie...

Mayville FFA Director Geiger To Retire

Cal Geiger, a teacher and FFA Director at Mayville High School (MHS) for the last 33 years, is retiring at the end of this school year. “I have a passion for...

Peanut M. Peters

Peanut M. Peters was born and entered eternal life on Sunday, May 15, 2016, at Children’s Hospital in Milwaukee. Those Peanut leaves behind to cherish his memory...

Mother Provided A Wonderful Example On How To Live Life

Sunday will be Mother’s Day, a day specially designated to honor mothers. They’ll receive cards, be taken out for a meal or maybe invited to join their offspring for...

Lab Rats Busy at Carr Elementary

Fourth grade students at Carr Elementary have been busy working in the science lab with Jason Lindsey, The Science Guy.  Students in Mrs. Hendrix’s class meet monthly...

School: Gender discrimination at graduation

A Connecticut high school’s plan to have all graduates wear gender-neutral caps and gowns at commencement is meeting opposition from some students. Girls have...