Day: August 30, 2014

Musings

Jazz on a Saturday night

Oak Grove Pavilion at Floyd’s Zion Lutheran Church closed out its 2014 summer season Saturday night with a performance of the Floyd-Montgomery Jazz Project. I had hoped to also catch Butch Robins at Dogtown Roadhouse later in the evening but my always problem-prone leg gave out as I was packing to leave Oak Grove and

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Musings

Young gun love

A quick minute of the annual Labor Day Carroll County Flea Market and Gun Show with an opening look of gun love by a young girl. The four-day event kicked off Friday and continues through Monday (Labor Day) with the usual collection of flea market memorability and a large sampling of firearms, ammo, knives and

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Musings

Rock me Mama on a Friday Night

Music on the streets on a Friday Night in Floyd brings young and old together and the enthusiasm for songs from Nuthin’ Common saw an overflow of enthusiasm from the young on Locust Street on this Labor Day weekend Friday night. It doesn’t matter if it is daylight and the dark on these Friday nights.

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Musings

Buffaloes fall in opener

For the first half, Floyd County High School’s football Buffaloes played the Carroll County Cavaliers even — going into the break with a 6-6 tie by swapping touchdowns and missing extra points. But the touchdown score wasn’t enough for the second half as the Cavaliers added 10 more points to none for the Buffaloes, who

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