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An Interview with the American Giant

May 25, 2018

  Recently, I attended the Continental Championship Wrestling Fanfest in Dothan, Alabama.  This is the first in a series of stories from the event.  The Quad Cities Daily was the only news media that was there from set-up to finish.  Other local to the area news media sources came and went but the Quad Cities […]


Blessing for Johnny: A Benefit For Johnny Collier

May 21, 2018

On May 19th, 2018, I attend a Benefit for Johnny Collier at the 72 Roadhouse in Rogersville.  Most of you know that Johnny is a musician.  He has played all over the United States and entertained us with his unique blend of Country, Rock & Roll and Blues.  Recently though, Johnny has had some serious […]


Shots Fired: Officer Down !

May 18, 2018

Officer James Hayes pulled his Patrol Vehicle to a stop at the old deserted Warehouse located on Sixth Avenue South. As he stepped from the vehicle, he remembered the incident yesterday where he recovered three FN 5.7 Pistols from a Street Gang Shooting that had left two innocent bystanders dead. Hayes had gotten a call […]


Jonah: A Book Review

May 13, 2018

  I saw the advertisement for this book on Facebook.  I thought at first, I am not real sure what Jonah had to do with the Confederacy.  The more I thought about it, I looked at the description of the book on Amazon.  The Amazon Site has the following description:            “After a nap of […]


Buford Pusser: Tennessee Lawman

May 6, 2018

Buford Pusser was born on December 12, 1937 to Helen and Car Pusser in Finger, located in McNairy County, Tennessee.  Carl Pusser was the Police Chief at Adamsville, Tennesse as Buford grew up.  Buford was big for his age.  In high school, he was 6 Feet, 6 Inches.  He played fotball and basketball.  When he […]


An interview with Mayor Kerry Underwood

April 30, 2018

I have known Kerry Underwood for a very short time.  I have to say he made a favorable impression on me.  He is one of the main reasons that my family opened Southern heritage Gun & Pawn in Tuscumbia.  Underwood came to us several times asking us what we needed to open a business in […]


Clay Allison: Southern Outlaw

April 28, 2018

The other night I was watching a documentary on famous outlaws of the old west.  A segment of the program was on Clay Alison.  Being an old west history buff, I had heard of Allison but did not know that he was born in Waynesboro, Tennessee.  That got me thinking that I needed to do […]


Barbara Bush: The President’s Mother and Wife

April 20, 2018

This week we lost a great lady.  Barbara Bush was the Wife of the 41st President, the Mother of the 43rd President as well as the Mother of the 43rd Governor of the State of Florida, Jeb Bush.  She passed away at 92 years of age on April 17th, 2018.   She worked tirelessly for the […]


An interview with “Mr. Olympia” Jerry Stubbs and Fan-Fest

April 10, 2018

It’s no secret that I am a wrestling fan.  Now, I am not talking about “Sports Entertainment” but “Wrasslin’.  A lot of today’s wrestling fans are not aware of the Legends of the sport that shaped the sport to what it is today.  Today, I got to interview a Legend of Professional Wrestling. A couple […]


Johnny Collier and the 72 Roadhouse

March 27, 2018

This is a twofer story.  It is part restaurant review and part concert review.  On March 24, 2018, the 72 Roadhouse hosted Johnny Collier and the Misbehaviors.  I have always wanted to go to a Johnny Collier concert but have never had the chance.  I covered a Collier Concert last year but only go to […]


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