Goodwin: Football can be special this year
BY CODY GOODWIN | AUGUST 29, 2014 5:00 AM
The hometown football team with high expectations and a favorable schedule will finally kick off its season Saturday against an in-state rival. And, really, it's about damn time.
 

Graf: Minorities are now the majority
BY L.C. GRAF | AUGUST 29, 2014 5:00 AM
I didn't know I was Latina until I went to college. I checked the boxes marked "Hispanic" when I went to school. I had a QuinceaƱera when I was 15. I knew I had dark skin.
 

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