February 19, 2017

Marvelous! Voices — Happy Trails Make Happy People

By Janet Wood | Photo courtesy of Janet Wood My entire life has been wrapped up in sports and nature. As a child, I spent an enormous amount of time playing basketball (our dirt court was as hard as concrete from bouncing the ball so much), and hunting, fishing, and trapping in the Knob Creek Read More

Bio — Irene Lenihan

Irene is a jewelry artisan who creates original hand-beaded, nature-inspired jewelry from vintage beads, Swarovski crystals, lampwork beads, and her own handmade precious metal clay beads. She started beading as a way to relax after work as a computer analyst at FedEx in Memphis. She and her husband, John, live in an old Methodist church Read More

Bio — Janet Wood

After 38 years as a teacher, coach, administrator, and athletic director, Janet Wood is now serving as the research and development specialist for the Mountain Home School District. She was inducted into the Arkansas Coaches Association Hall of Fame, the SAU Athletic Hall of Honor, and the MH Athletic Hall of Honor. She enjoys the Read More

Bio — Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell

Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell has been a journalist and author for 18 years. She works in her Belle Writer’s Studio with five rescue dogs and writes a blog about her tiny house. Her book, Living Large in Our Little House: Thriving in 480 Square Feet With Six Dogs, a Husband and One Remote, details her journey, as Read More

Let a Christmas Village Inspire Happy Memories

By Diane Ogborn It’s Christmastime again, a time for reflecting on all of the wonderful Christmases I have had with family members who are no longer here, especially my mom, Agnes Yanek. One of my favorite ways of remembering her is by sharing my Christmas village with Hospice House in her memory, something I have Read More

Bio — Estella Tullgren

Born into a family with two varied cultures was the perfect backdrop for Estella Tullgren to become a foodie. Her mother, from Schweinfurt, Germany, and her father, born in the Rio Grand Valley in Donna, Texas, created endless dishes with incredible sauces, delectable pastries, and spicy flavors.      

Bio — Cara Coleman

Cara Coleman is a busy mom to Ford and Whitten, and wife to Brad Coleman. When she isn’t taking her kids from one activity to another, you can find her designing and printing shirts for Pig & Cotton Clothier. She is a lover of all things Southern, and loves cheering for her beloved Arkansas Razorbacks. Read More

Bio — Diane Ogborn

Diane Ogborn grew up in Hammond, Indiana. In 1973, she married her husband, Dave, and in 1982 they moved to Lakeview. The couple has lived in Mountain Home since 1999, when Diane opened the beauty salon Designs by Diane. She has enjoyed being a hair dresser for 50 years. Diane will retire at the end Read More

Marvelous! Voices — Finding Mental Health Through Self-Awareness and Acceptance

By Kim Worlow   “I get to choose the story I tell myself and how I interpret every situation I experience. So do you.”     I spent most of my childhood scared for myself, my sisters and mom. My home was not the safe haven that many children have. My home was filled with Read More

Kim Worlow Bio

With over 25 years of experience in leadership development, Kim Worlow coaches high-level managers and executives on how to become more confident, powerful, and authentic leaders. She lives in Mountain Home with her husband, Randy. You can learn more about Kim at inspiremecoach.com.