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Folks in Fountain Lake, Arkadelphia and Hot Springs also contribute news and photos. I hope you find it entertaining and perhaps it will allow you to know the editor of “Tailgate News” a little better. Mine started with my first real memory, chasing Cathy Conn in Morgantown, West Virginia. They let me play around the complex and associate with another doctor’s children; Rex Conn’s kids, Connie and Cathy. For years, nobody believed I could remember this story I am about to tell you.
Sincerely, John Chapter 1: The Path I Took Introduction By JOHN NELSON Tailgate News Editor Everyone has a story. I believe I was just a little more than 2 years old, the same age as my grand daughter Rayne is at the present. But here it is, just as I remember, 53 years later. I went outside to meet little curley blonde-headed Cathy at her window. Grandpa Nelson always was probably too lenient with me. So cold that I pleaded with my daughter Kelley to send my body back south if I should die in the land of the lakes… I could chronologically go through my life, but I won’t.
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I will be 55 in two days so this memory is many moons back. I played in the hall with Cathy and her older sister until nearly time to go get some supper. I don’t recall what was so important for us to talk about, but if my grandfather had not called me into supper I might still be out there in the snow. When the weather gets a certain type of cold and wet, my left ankle nearly buckles in pain to this day. Still, before I leave my West Virginia days, I do have one more strong memory.
It has to be really cold though for the frost bite to come back. This one involves a couple of my fingers getting caught in an iron door.
It did not occur to me that the iron, end of the floor, door would be too heavy to open for my little hands. It turned out the lady was a registered nurse and friend of my father’s. Dad’s reaction was very concerned but very professional. He took my Dad and me out on the water and it was the first time I had ever been in a motor boat.
Please share Tailgate News with your timeline to help us build readership. If you like adventure stories of real life, these books may be for you. The first Tailgate News was published in May of 2007.Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Lynn Lunsford says the aircraft was flying from Pine Bluff to De Witt at the time of the wreck. Pafford Air One identified the victims as 46-year-old pilot Michael Bollen of Hot Springs, 61-year-old flight nurse James Lawson Spruiell of Sulligent, Alabama; and 26-year-old flight paramedic John Auld III, who went by the nickname Trey, of Shreveport, Louisiana.FAA investigators are heading to the crash site, and the National Transportation Safety Board says it's investigating.Our concentration news towns are Gurdon, Malvern and Prescott.That makes our concentration schools the Gurdon Go-Devils, the Malvern Leopards and the Prescott Curley Wolves. This book is autobiographical in nature and has 14 chapters. I lived in an apartment with him and his parents, John Hans and Marvel May Nelson.
The Bell 407 helicopter belonged to Pafford EMS, which provides emergency transport in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Oklahoma.