The Lakeland Mirror

NBA lovers will love “The Book of Basketball”

Danny Spatchek, Managing Editor

January 27, 2011


Filed under Art & Features

Bill Simmons loves the NBA. Like borderline-unhealthy loves it. He has since he was five years old in 1973, when his dad bought season tickets for their home team, the Boston Celtics. From that time on, Simmons has pined after his Celtics like a smitten teenager. He regrets to this day choosing prom...

Neighboring village has strong ties to Lakeland: Franklin historian Carol Rittenhouse works to preserve history

Neighboring village has strong ties to Lakeland: Franklin historian Carol Rittenhouse works to preserve history

Al Fairchild, Staff Reporter

January 27, 2011


Filed under Art & Features

Ask a Lakeland student where the college’s main campus is located and you will most likely learn that it is northwest of Sheboygan, northeast of Plymouth, east of Elkhart Lake, or “just up the road” from Howards Grove. It’s almost never described as being next to Franklin. Most campus residents,...

Kevin Fitchett: Lakeland’s Outlier

Kevin Fitchett: Lakeland’s Outlier

Danny Spatchek, Staff Writer

March 26, 2009


Filed under Art & Features, Personality Features

The dictionary’s definition of the word outlier reads as follows: 1) something that is situated away from or classed differently from a main or related body. 2) a statistical observation that is markedly different in value from the others of the sample. 3) Kevin Fitchett Okay, Webster hasn’t listed...

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