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One of my favorite radio shows when I was a kid was Paul Harvey. He knew how to find good stories and how to tell ‘em. I’ve learned, there are stories all around us if we take the time to look … more
Last week I introduced Charlie Alexander Wheeler as a preacher who lived at the turn of the  last century, ( Jan. 2 ; 1851 – Apr. 29; 1937).  Due to space restraints the column contained … more
Cordova High School's varsity cheer team recently added more gold to the school's impressive trophy collection.CHS cheerleaders were named the state's first 4A-5A AHSAA Gameday State Champions on … more

Ginny Posey, a sophomore and varsity cheerleader at Cordova High School, performed on New Year's Day in the London New Year Parade. Posey was invited to participate in the parade after being named an All American Cheerleader for the third time at UCA Cheer Camp during the summer. In addition to cheering at CHS, Posey also cheers for the Ace Night Hawks and dances competitively for Showstoppers Dance Company. She maintains a 4.0 GPA, is the sophomore class secretary and is also a member of the Beta Club and Performing Arts Club. 

For me, one of the most enjoyable parts of being a county agent is the variety and seemingly endless amount of questions I get asked. Whether it’s at a ball game, or grocery shopping, or even once … more
The year after I retired from MaBell in 2010, I decided to remodel the house and barn. The first person I thought of was my old friend Ray. I called to see if he was interested in helping with … more
“Brethren, friends, and fellow travelers to eternity.”  It is said that the “old-time” Gospel preacher, Charlie (C.A.)Wheeler began his sermons with the above words.Charlie Wheeler was … more
Are you as tired of making New Year’s resolutions and then breaking them as I am?  My resolutions were actually very simple … get my garage organized, get in shape, and lose some … more
Small country churches were established in almost all of the small communities by different denominations. Often, alongside the buildings would be a cemetery to bury those who wished to be affiliated … more
I remember the day my first column ran in the Mountain Eagle. It was in January 2007. Brian Kennedy, who was the editor then, had told me it would run on the front page of the Lifestyles … more
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