None of us could’ve seen what 2020 had in store for us. COVID impacted our lives, our jobs, and our families. In August of 2020 I made an announcement that I was stepping away from the wrestling world, with the only exception being a special event or two. I had no idea what was just around the corner.
If anyone would have told me I would be at the end of the road 14 years ago, I would’ve laughed in their face. Since I was 16 years old … Continue reading The Final Introduction
My last blog was on October 18, 2019, almost 9 months ago. That’s a long time for anyone to go between articles. However, so much has changed and happened in … Continue reading A New Journey
Hello Everyone! It’s been a while since my last update. As I sit here in my hotel room in Bentonville, AR, I’m reflecting on the last two days and how … Continue reading A Reminder of Faith
The last two months have been a complete joyride for me. Just about a month ago I appeared on the Walmart Radio Show that was broadcast LIVE from the Walmart … Continue reading What Does The Future Hold?
In this report, Hillcrest High School Teacher Randy Story talks about his students interviews with local veterans. With support from fellow staff and Principal Mickel Smith, these interviews will be … Continue reading Local School Captures Veteran Stories
In August of 2018, I began a new journey into the social media world as the Social Media Champion for Walmart Store #18 in Newport, Arkansas. Boy was I not … Continue reading #IHeartWalmart
For as long I can remember I have always had a love for history. Whether it was US history, state history, or local history, I’ve always wanted to know more. … Continue reading History Retold
HOXIE, AR (T. WARD MEDIA) – In the summer of 1955 a small town in Northeast Arkansas would find itself at the center of national attention.
SHERWOOD, AR (T. WARD MEDIA) – Main Event Pro Wrestling, based in Texas, makes its debut in the Natural State, April 6, 2019. Tonight at 6pm their official Facebook page … Continue reading Main Event Premieres in Arkansas