The War Years of Clark “Teaberry” Gayheart

January 19, 2012
The War Years of Clark “Teaberry” Gayheart

By Jordan Thomas Hall As years go by it is important to preserve our history while first hand accounts can remain our best resource. Let this serve as an attempt to do just that. In the summer of 1946, Clark “Teaberry” Gayheart, my grandfather (affectionately called “Poppa” (Pop-aw) by the family), was your typical...

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Surely He’s Not Going to Rant About the BCS This Year?

January 19, 2012

By Rick Hall Okay, this year that idiot, Rick Hall, cannot shout about the BCS and how it chose the Alabama Crimson Tide as its National Champion, can he? WRONG!! The key word in that last sentence was “C-H-O-S-E!” How do you choose a champion? Championships must be won and not awarded. The only...

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Ray Gordon Osborne

January 19, 2012

Ray Gordon  Osborne, age 66 of Eastern, passed away January 15, 2012, at the Pikeville Medical Center. He was born April 18, 1945, in Floyd Co., the son of Mildred Slone Collins of Hindman and the late Baisden Osborne. He was a Graphic Artist. He is survived by his com- panion: Bonnie Watts; 2...

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Samuel Ray Young

January 19, 2012

Samuel Ray Young, age 64, of Mousie, passed away January 13, 2012, at the Hazard Appalachian Regional Medical Center. He was born in Mousie on October 23, 1947, to Alonzo Young and Gracie Hicks Young. He is survived by his best friend: Nannie Cundiff; brothers: James and John Young; sisters: Maggie Gambill, Helen Hall,...

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Stevie Centers

January 19, 2012

Stevie Centers, age 52 of Hindman, passed away January 12, 2012, at home. He was born June 12, 1959, at Pinetop, the son of the late Brack & Mandy Sexton Centers. He was a Truck Driver for Smith Oil Field Services and the husband of Judy Moore Centers. He is survived by 2 sons:...

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