Sawdust piles and Moonpies

Tammy Curtis, Publisher Childhood for a young girl in the Ozarks was a daily adventure, from throwing frog eggs at one another to gathering dry fall flowers and catching fireflies. We witnessed the births and deaths of animals and life renewed each spring. We may not have been the richest…

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Just one more time

Mack Thompson, Editor   I suppose all of us at some time look back on our life and wish we could experience an event or do something just one more time.  But, the passage of time and the aging process prevents those wishes.  I find myself allowing my mind to…

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Tammy Curtis, Publisher

Get ya an ink sister

Tammy Curtis, Managing Editor Unbeknown to me as I entered the door of the aging building that would be become my home away from home for the next eight years, my life’s path would forever be altered.  The smells of press chemicals,  ink, hot wax and microwave popcorn that filled…

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