Category Archives: Jason

Local Heroes

Today, more than ever, our world is called to show more love, have more hope, and have more faith for a brighter tomorrow. Hits 96 and the Bowers Automotive Group want to recognize those in our community who are showing their kindness during these challenging times. If you know someone who’s helping during this time of crisis, let…Continue Reading

Titanic Animation taking over the world…

I have to admit I sat and watched this in its entirety, and found its plodding pace the most interesting and meaningful demonstration of what happened on “the night to remember.” TITANIC HONOR AND GLORY WEBSITEContinue Reading

Some notes on Walnut Street Bridge on her 125th Birthday

1. Today is the 125th Birthday. It was designed by a Toledo, Ohio company, with many of the pieces built in Dalton Georgia and sent here by train. 2. The bridge was the first purely civilian highway bridge across the Tennessee River. It is among the longest pedestrian bridges in the world. 3. We nearly…Continue Reading

Clayton Homes Tours

CLAYTON HOMES TOUR For options on home ownership, or to ask questions, visit CLAYTON: SHUT THE FRONT DOOR SALE The BREEZE II: A (4) Bedroom, (2) bath home with ample living space and storage at less than $70,000. IMPORTANT NOTE: Clayton Homes can assist in finding land, and is ready to discuss all the aspects…Continue Reading

Music influence across genres: Jason talks to Randy Owen

  As a small kid growing up in rural Jackson County, Tennessee, our bus driver played Alabama virtually every day.   So for a few years of my life, I heard everything they put out. Only later would I learn of the influence Randy Owen and his band had on the music industry, from the…Continue Reading

Blues Clues Steve Burns IS OK. :)

Steve Burns of Blues Clues fame has been subject to another story of his death, on the heels of another false heroin addiction story several years ago. This is a great storytelling by Steve for kids who grew up watching the show, or parents who watched it with them. http://www.newsweek.com/moth-storytelling-turns-eighteen-348443Continue Reading