October 24, 2014

Nettie Myers: Champion Aerobatic Pilot

Nettie Myers: Cover Girl April/May 2012

By Deb Peterson If you could dance in the sky, you might soar straight up, roll over into a short dive, rise back up, turn, loop, snap, roll, and spin. If you were precise and moved beautifully, you might look something like Nettie Myers when she won the sportsman’s category at the 1979 U.S. National Read More

Debbie Love Bio

Debbie Love

Debbie Love is a Health Educator at Physicians Health & Fitness in Mountain Home. She serves on the board of the Schliemann Center for Women’s Health Education.

To Your Health! Let Your Body Be Your Guide

Martha Sanford

By Debbie Love | Photographed by Deb Peterson Have you ever felt like you’ve lost touch with your body? Maybe you feel a pain in your back or neck, and can’t remember anything that might have caused it. Physical and mental afflictions such as headaches, feelings of lethargy, and digestive troubles are annoying because they Read More

Spring Blossoms from Jerry Wilcoxen

A natural cove of dogwood and redbud trees along a trail near Lake Norfork in early April. It is just the thing to brighten your whole day when you see it, says photographer Jerry Wilcoxen.

   

Look M!: Spring Trends 2012

Tangerine Tango

Story and Styles by Mollie Booth Photographed by Trenton Xavier Modeled by Alexis Caldera Advisor: Lance Cheramie Spring is in the air and the styles are awe inspiring! A major influence for spring is sporty silhouettes portrayed in vibrant color schemes such as provocative tangerine tango, distinctive ornamental purple, rosy reds, maritime hues of blue, Read More

M! Makeover: Lorna Dixon

Lorna Dixon "After"

By Jennifer Porter | Photographed by Jamie Swetnam There is a soft knock on the door of our room at the Hotel Seville in Harrison, and I open the door to the warm smile of Lorna Dixon, the model for this edition of M! Makeover. Her warm smile and charm fill the room, and she Read More

Charms Through History

By Pamela Backus No matter the shape or material a charm is made of, charms and the wearing of them can be traced back to ancient time. Whether the wearer was a child or an adult, rich or poor, humans have been wearing charms since humans first breathed. As Deborah Alun-Jones and John Ayton put Read More

Charming Memories: Remember people, places and events

Christy Keirn

Story and Photographs by Pamela Backus When I started researching and writing this article I had a charm bracelet someone had given me as a birthday gift, but I didn’t have any desire to add to it. It just sat in my jewelry box and I wore it every now and then. During the process Read More

Bella’s Table—April/May 2012

Bella with Baked French Toast

By Estella Tullgren | Photographed by Deb Peterson I must take this opportunity to congratulate Deb Peterson for starting her second year with her dream—Marvelous! I am honored that she has allowed me to share my recipes with you. This issue has a mix of recipes. We had a fun day cooking and taking photos. Read More

Joe Miles Bio

Joe Miles, photographed by LC Creative Productions

Joe Miles is president of First National Bank & Trust Co., Mountain Home, and past chairman of the Arkansas Bankers Association. He serves in leadership roles with several community organizations and professional associations. He and his wife, Kathryn, are the parents of four marvelous daughters and four phenomenal grandchildren. Joe is a baseball fan, and he enjoys writing Read More