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A crazed peacock was the most unusual thing that we encountered on our recent family road trip through Arkansas and Missouri.

Cubans have begun a revolution for freedom from communist tyranny. They are marching and protesting in the streets waving Cuban and American flags, and begging US to help them gain their … more

Probably most people don't realize it, but projects in local government go in phases. I recall when splash pads were the big thing a few years ago. Truthfully, it turned out they were expensive and a problem to maintain in some instances. They look cute when kids run through them, but I wouldn't build a new one to save my life. 

July 16, 2020, my life changed forever.  I became a member of a club that no one wants to ever join. My husband, Rick Watson, died suddenly in the early morning hours on July 16, and that … more
It's taken way too long but, finally, Mark Emmert is speaking the truth. He's seen the future, and it doesn't include him or his colleagues at the NCAA. Actually, Emmert isn't quite going that … more
Readers of the Daily Mountain Eagle will remember Rick Watson as a talented wordsmith who could take you back to years gone by with his columns and books, write some great stories on the people of … more

It seems like a broken record to talk about vaccinations at this point. 


As I write this Monday afternoon, I seemed to have nicely survived today one of the most dreaded rites of modern manhood, the colonoscopy test (with an EGD test thrown in for good measure.) 

After making stories free to all readers during the height of the coronavirus pandemic early last year, the Daily Mountain Eagle's digital stories will return to a subscription-based format beginning … more

I spent one of my recent off days pickling the abundance of cucumbers our garden produced this year.

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