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England has more to offer than meat and potatoes

Round Table reporter Kim Fleming was walking down the streets of England when she captured this moment.
November 9, 2016

Tea. English accents. Pot pies. Small cars. More tea. Cool summers. Train stations. And then some more tea; all are characteristics of England that make it unique and make life very different from the...

Trip to Northern Ireland cannot be forgotten

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September 26, 2016

By Kim Fleming Round Table editor Rolling green hills. Jagged, rocky cliffs. Cool, clear, blue water. Narrow, one-lane roads surrounded on both sides by hedges. Astounding mountains reaching up toward...

Saint Kitts stands out in the Caribbean

The sun is slowly setting on the horizon of one of Saint Kitts' largest mountain
November 5, 2015

Located in the West Indies, a two-island country lies among the Atlantic Ocean’s blue water. With Basseterre as its capital, this island is today known as Saint Kitts and Nevis. This island is the smallest...

Michigan isn’t what you would expect

Sand dunes in Michigan
October 29, 2015

When people in the Middletown Valley think of Michigan, they probably don’t think of it as anything out of the ordinary. They don’t picture crisp, blue waves capping miles off the beach. They don’t...

MHS student visits Istanbul, Turkey

The Hagia Sofia stands tall and mighty in the center of Turkey’s most prominent city.
October 8, 2015

The city in Turkey that lies on the Bosphorus Strait between Europe and Asia has had many names over the ages. First it was Lygos, then it was Byzantium and later it was Constantinople. Now, this beautiful...

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