July 20, 2017

Bio — Judy Loving

Judy and her husband, Bob Winkelman, are newly retired, Judy from a 30-year banking career in Marion County, and Bob from a 50-year career as a museum exhibit specialist. In addition to thoroughly enjoying their children, grandchildren, and home, they pursue a passion to preserve, interpret, and share the zinc mining history of Marion County. Read More

Bio — Shannon Nachtigal

Shannon Nachtigal is the Chief Nursing Officer at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. She is responsible for 700 staff members, nursing practice, and compliance with nursing standards of care.  She is married with 2 daughters, 4 stepchildren, 3 grandchildren, and 2 dogs. Shannon loves being outdoors enjoying the lake, river, and pool with Read More

Bio — Joia Traver

Joia Traver and her sister, Tiana (everyone calls her Peeka), learned to swim before they could walk. They swim for the Mountain Home swim team and have competed in the Junior Olympics for three years so far. Joia, 13, grew up on Lake Norfork and enjoys everything about being on, and under, the water. She Read More

Bio — Jo Wolf

Jo Wolf grew up all over the world in an Air Force family, moving every 3 years. She was a medical social worker for 25 years in a large Southern California hospital. She and husband Buzz retired to Mountain Home, where Jo is enrolled at ASUMH studying social media for business. She loves working at Read More

Bio — Trieneke Self

Trieneke Self is a retired funeral director/after-care provider and is a volunteer grief support group facilitator for Hospice of the Ozarks. In addition to gardening and landscaping, she enjoys handwork, cooking, teaching ladies Sunday School class, serving through Rotary, sewing and doing alterations. Trieneke and her husband, Bill, have lived in Bull Shoals since 1966, Read More

Bio — Sarah Knight

Sarah began her career in graphic design 16 years ago at AY Magazine, a regional publication, based in Little Rock as their Creative Director after graduating from Eastern New Mexico University with her BFA in Graphic Design. After seven years she moved to agency work focusing on print and brand identity projects before venturing out 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

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.