Cover Story June 2020 -3

June 2020 The Tuskegee Airman Baugh fought two fronts: the Nazis and segregation Fame came late in life to Howard L. Baugh Sr. It took half-a-century after World War II ended before Baugh and his fellow fighter pilots in the Tuskegee Airmen became well-known, thanks...

Cover Story June 2020

June 2020 Youth played a key, unsung role, memorial historian explains They weren’t old enough to go into battle, much less get a driver’s license or register to vote. But 75 years after World War II ended, the young members of Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts across the...

Cover Story May 2020

May 2020 Every Barn Could Use a Quilt Eye-catching painted patterns brighten outbuildings and benefit bookworms. There is Double Aster, Star of the Show and Carpenter’s Wheel. Mary’s Flower, Autumn Cross and Appalachian Bull. Anvil, Laced Star and Crowned Mule. And, of...

Cover Story February 2020

February 2020 On the Outside, Looking In Farmville school was a civil rights wellspring Rita Odom was screaming. But she didn’t want anyone to hear. At the house of a stranger 150 miles from home, tears welled in the 12-year-old’s eyes as she cried under her breath:...