“Listen...With faint dry sound, like steps of passing ghosts, the leaves, frost crisp'd, break free from the trees and fall.” —Adelaide Crapsey
For much of America, Halloween is a time for bags of candy, elaborate and creative costumes, and eerie tales and activities that pair off with the crisp autumn weather to bring each town a creepy package of spooky holiday spirit. Many might know that Halloween is descended from the holiday All Hallow's Eve, a Celtic festivities holiday in which the Celts believed the veil between the living and the head thinned and interactions beyond the grave were more likely.
For many people, when they hear of scams and threats attacking businesses, they think of conglomerates like Facebook or Verizon Comunications, data breeches and cyber criminals, and millions of dollars stuffed into patching up the costs that come with these messy situations.
Imagine you're walking through the parking lot to your car. It's late—9:32pm—and the hazy streetlights don't give off much light. You're pushing a cart full of groceries, trying to get home before your Tillamook chocolate ice cream melts, when arms clamp around your waist and wrench you from the cart.
For most people, being new to the neighborhood tends to bring out their shy qualities. Yet for Brad Landon, the Store Manager of Chubbuck’s Home Depot, being new to the area doesn’t deter him from leaping into community service and engaging with those in need.
Everybody who attends college knows the abundance of homework and readings you are assigned each week. But the hard work pays off, evidence being in Eliecea Wheeler’s skills as a nurse and teacher at ISU’s Continuing Education and Workforce Training (CEWT).