Today more than ever, we live in a disposable culture. Think for a minute about some of the things that are made to be thrown away; razors, water bottles, lighters, paper plates, plastic utensils, and so on. Products are used, tossed and then replaced. This disposable cult
Hill Fire is a folk life play produced semi-annually (in April and October) by the Montgomery County Arts Council. It is based on the real stories of people who live in the South. A new play is locally written each year from collected stories and written history that depict
I had a call from a lady up around Jackson, Tenn., whose father Charles Hughes was in service (U. S. Army) with a Raymond James Scott from Winona and there were in the army together in Munich, Germany during 1959-1961. They were attached to the 34th Infantry Co. D.