The Coach’s Son

Words by Terrell Manasco | Images by Blakeney Clouse   Kyle Dutton turned 14 on April 20, 1989. There was no birthday party, no cake or ice cream. Four days earlier, Kyle’s father had exhaled his last breath. In the […]

Soul of 78-Charlotte Sherer

“I received my license in 1995, so next year will make 25 years in the business. Before going into real estate, I was the bookkeeper for my dad’s trucking company. When he retired, I thought, ‘well, I have a degree […]

Swimming for Grown-Ups

Words by Terrell Manasco | Images by Ashley Wilkes   You’re fishing on the lake. Suddenly another boat speeds by, creating a massive wake that capsizes your boat, throwing you overboard. Can you swim? According to a 2014 American Red […]

Big Daddy: The Life of Coach Glen R. Clem

Words by Al Blanton   Glen R. Clem discouraged the wearing of earrings while he was the head basketball coach at Walker College. You might say because Clem came from the “old school” he thought a man wearing an earring was a bit ridiculous. That […]

The Richest Man

This article was originally published in the June/July 2016 issue of 78 Magazine.    Words by Terrell Manasco | Image by Blakeney Clouse   With broad Rocky Mountain shoulders and arms that could snap an oak tree, David Woodley could pose […]

A Walk Through Time- Cranford Field

This photo of the old Cranford Field or Cranford Fairgrounds dates back to the early 1900s. Also known affectionately as “Cranford’s Cow Pasture,” it was located near the old Murphy Manufacturing location off Tenth Avenue and served as the football field […]

Service Man

Words by Terrell Manasco | Images by Blakeney Cox   This article was originally published in the August/September 2016 issue of 78 Magazine.   Jack Lamon doesn’t like to talk about what happened to him in December 1967. Relaxing in an […]

Soul of 78- Matt Franklin

“This business was really a God-send. My wife Rebecca and I were looking for something to do on the side to generate some extra income for our family, but also to build a business to pass on to our boys. […]