Full Throttle

Oak Hill Elementary School third grader Shelby Hammons transformed her love of cars into a Hot Wheel-fueled philanthropic pursuit that has drawn interest and support from as far away as

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Starting Over

Life was forever changed when Beth and Jimmy Rogers decided to become foster parents. Spurred by faith, they now work to help other families discover the blessings associated with fostering

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A Man Called ‘Yogi’

Many who have met Gary Wilkerson view him as a treasure, whether they remember him as a star athlete at Newton High School in the 1960s, an umpire who officiated

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Stabilizing Force

The Salvation Army Service Center in Covington rose out of an anonymous donation a quarter century ago and remains a beacon for charitable hearts and the less fortunate. by Michelle

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Diary of a Stuntman

Pratfalls, fistfights and explosions are all in a day’s work for Mike Fleetwood, whose credits include everything from television shows like ‘MacGyver’ and ‘Burn Notice’ to major feature films like

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Sweet Dreams

Pastor Todd Hilton and the congregation at Mansfield United Methodist Church have made it a mission to reach underprivileged children—one bed at a time. by Michelle Floyd It remains an

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Bringing the Heat

Porterdale’s Bowl O Flames restaurant thrives under owner Thy Duong, who survived the brutal Khmer Rouge regime and state-sponsored genocide in his native Cambodia. by Kari Apted Foodies know where

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Photographic Memory

Kipp Tarver visited all 50 states and chronicled the decade-long journey through a variety of artistic mediums, most notably black-and-white pictures. by Kari Apted “The States—A Photographic Memoir of My

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