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Jer Gregg: Resurrected

Jer Gregg: Resurrected “Everyone loves something that is authentic, and Jer Gregg is an authentic artist that not only honors and creates the music he is passionate about, but honors and looks after those that make up the company he keeps.” – Stephen … Continue reading

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In loving memory of Robert Wayne Harsha: August 19, 1944 – August 16, 2016

“Living is Christ and dying is gain.” – Philippians 1:21 “I know where he is now,” Pat said confidently, just a minute before the remembrance service began at Columbus Evangelic Church. We all do. Wayne Harsha – a pilot, a … Continue reading

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Taking pride in the West

By CHARLIE DENISON What is it about the old cowboy music that brings such joy to Central Montanans and people all over the country? What is it that attracts so many people to the old way of life? As Ranger … Continue reading

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The glory of true love: a happy groom reflects on the big day

Having been a groomsman close to 10 times, I thought I knew a thing or two about what it’d be like to get married. I thought I’d know what it’d be like to be the groom. Boy, was I wrong. … Continue reading

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Need Your Love

“I need your love. I need it right away. I love you every night and day.” – Hambone, “Need Your Love” October 28, 2007“Do you want to eat here?” I asked.“No,” Hambone said, his long hands holding his head up, … Continue reading

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How to give a good toast

We all know that you don’t have to be a public speaker to be a best man or a maid of honor. The only requirement for the position is being a best friend. It’s not a job, it’s an honor … Continue reading

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“Crashing” the Indy 500

I was back in my hometown of Fishers, Indiana, driving in for the weekend from Kentucky, where I was going to school at the University of Louisville. For some extra cash, I turned to bartending, graduating as a “certified mixologist” … Continue reading

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