Basketball success at a poor school can turn poor expectations upside down.
About the Author
Susan Kay Anderson has worked as an archeologist, barista, book store clerk, farm hand, and septic tank service company as a receptionist, among other endeavors. Her writing can be found in: Eleventh Muse, Rain Bird, Square One, Timothy McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and on Tom Clark’s website (comments). She blogs at Hawaii Teacher Detective.
The IRS Wants Your Help
Rep. Ing Is A Proud Papa
State Rep. Kaniela Ing and his partner, Khara Jabola-Carolus, welcomed their first child — a son, Laguna — into the world on Monday. Ing, 27, returns to work later today.
Hastert Sentenced To 15 Months
The former U.S. House speaker is going to prison in a hush money case that revealed allegations of decades-old sexual abuse.
State officials reluctantly reveal the bid for a three-year contract to house up to 1,800 Hawaii prisoners on the mainland.