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The Medal of Honor

September 3, 2018

  The Medal of Honor is the highest award that can be given by the United States Military.  This award is given to military personnel that have distinguished themselves by Acts of Valor.  The award is usually presented by the President of the United States on behalf of Congress.  It is commonly known as the […]


CCW: The Young Lions: 8/4/18

August 31, 2018

Invasion.  As defined by Oxford Dictionary, Invasion has the following two meanings: An incursion by a large number of people or things into a place or sphere of activity. An unwelcome intrusion into another’s domain. Continental Championship Wrestling’s sister promotion, WrestleMerica, invaded the National Peanut Festival Fairgrounds in Dothan, Alabama recently on August 4th, 2018.  […]


Katrina: 13 Year Retrospect

August 23, 2018

Everyone in this Generation will remember Hurricane Katrina.  The images of the devastation to the Gulf Coast, especially New Orleans will always be ingrained in our minds.  People lost their homes, family members, friends during this Hurricane.   It is believed that this Hurricane will change the way that the people of the United States look […]


Tishomingo State Park

August 3, 2018

  I recently had some free time on a Sunday and took a road trip.  I traveled into Mississippi on Highway 72 when I remembered that Tishomingo State Park was not that far away.  I have never been there so I decided that I would go check it out. It is not that far from […]


History of the Blue Angels

July 31, 2018

When you mention the Blue Angels, most people think of the blue planes that entertain thousands each year at air shows.  However, the Blue Angels are so much more.  Until I started doing research for the article, I did not realize the history of the Blue Angels. The Blue Angels are a United States Navy […]


Richard Marcinko: The Father of Seal Team 6

July 29, 2018

He is known by many names.  Richard Marcinko.  Dick Marcinko.  Demo Dick.   The Rogue Warrior.  As well as some other names not printable here in this family publication.  But one name that is true no matter what is he is the Father of Seal Team Six and Red Cell.  Every Special Operator or Tactical Operator […]


CCW Freedom Fest, Dothan, AL 7-7-18

July 23, 2018

  It was a hot summer night in Dothan, Alabama.  You could cut the tension in the air with a knife.  That sounds like lyrics from a Meat Loaf song.  However, this was not a song; this was live action and athleticism.  Fans began to pour into the National Peanut Festival Fairgrounds for the Continental […]


It’s Summer Time, a Little Something for the Tackle Box

July 2, 2018

It is that time of year again.  Summer Time.    It is time to be on the water, taking hikes and going fishing.  However it is also the time for snakes.  There seems to be more snake stories on Facebook as well as people coming into the store and telling about seeing them.  It is always […]


CCW Fanfest: The (In)famous Golf Game

June 30, 2018

   Each year, Continental Championship Wrestling host Fanfest in Dothan, Alabama.  I have written previous articles for this year’s events.  This is the last article in the series from Fanfest.  The previous articles can be found here: http://quadcitiesdaily.com/?p=459206 http://quadcitiesdaily.com/?p=460848 http://quadcitiesdaily.com/?p=458430 However, I heard a rumor about an (in)famous Golf Game that happens the day before […]


An Interview with Sandra Killen Burroughs

June 26, 2018

I had a chance to interview Sandra Killen Burroughs, the Mayor for the Town of Lexington, Alabama.  For you that are not familiar with the Town of Lexington, the Town is located in the North East corner of Lauderdale County.  The latest United States Census Bureau shows the population of Lexington as 734.  The Census […]


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