Monthly Archives: September 2017

Linda Drye Wows with Originality

                     Award-winning works of art, Linda’s unique talent shines STORY AND PHOTOS BY CARLA EDSTROM I really enjoy detail-oriented work. Whether I am making tiny vases or carving fine lined drawings

Events – September

Dining Guide

Marketplace – September

Go Cougars! 2017 Sports Schedule

Hi Tech Work of Art

Skinny Dippin’

Chips, Dips and Football – with a twist STORY BY AMI BROWN It’s full- blown football season – HOO RAH! Game day staples usually include some kind of chip and dip. Thie year, why not choose a healthy option. I

Congratulations! Louisa Branscomb

The Distinguished Achievement Award of the International Bluegrass Music Association is one of the highest honors in the field. It is reserved for those who been forerunners in their field, and have made substantial contributions that broaden the genre’s accessibility

Richard Marx Tour  

Odell Williamson Auditorium to host Marx and more! BY: AMI BROWN As a performer, songwriter and producer, Richard Marx’s nearly three-decade-long career has had innumerable highlights. You can catch him at the Odell Williamson BCC venue September 6th.  This show

Beneath Our Waters

  Sunken Ships provide a look into the past STORY BY: KASS FINCHER Though they are often very different personalities, fishermen and SCUBA divers will agree they share one common interest – locating shipwrecks. The fishermen know that’s where the

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