RK survives armadillo attack
By R K Hamner
Special Correspondent

Jly17


RK works hard in the Spring time
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

May17


A Catty Christmas vacation
By: R K Hamner
Special Correspodent

Feb17


How to Bathe A Cat
By R K Hamner
Special Correspondent

Sep16


RK spies a hawk
By R. K. Hamner
Special Correspondent

Aug16


Ordeal of RK and the Rabbit
By R K Hamner
Special Correspondent

May16


RK is hunting for dry ground in a wet spring
By R.K. Hamner
Special Correspondent

Apr16


RK glad to be home after trip
By R. K. Hamner
Special Correspondent

Mar16


The mysterious meanderings of RK, Rat Killer
By R.K. Hamner
Special Correspondent

Feb16


RK sends poetic New Year's Greeting
By RK Hamner
Special Correspondent

Jan16


Cal Comes Home, and RK is happy again
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Nov15


Sikes history noted on hill country tour
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Jun15


RK takes a night stroll
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Apr15


RK Has a Question!
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Mar15


A midwinter night’s dream is all about pork
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Feb15


RK considers trimming waistline for new year
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Quick action by principal saves lives from fire
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Jan15



RK gets the holiday spirit at home alone
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Dec 14


RK checks old woman's flours for mouse
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Nov14


RK Report: 'Other' wanders in, settles down
By RK Fluff
Special to The Journal

Oct14


RK can't escape a bath with Hairball Control
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Sep14


Galilee Church: Brush arbor to 21
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Pea pickin' time is time for a cat to take it easy
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Corresponent

Aug 14


RK Worries about 'Old Woman,' but relaxes
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Jly14


Memories of Coleman College recalled during dedication of marker
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correcpondent

RK flung out of house barefoot cold snow day
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Corresondent

Apr14


Agreeable cat conflicts with Old Woman, just moves on outside
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Feb14


Britt family home part of early Hill Country history
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

RK's Gift
By Mary K. Hamner


Jim White, Proud Vet,to ride in Castor parade
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Oct13


Sullivan is Pine Beetle parade Grand Marshall
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Sep13


Old Woman finally throws RK out of the house
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Aug13


RK survives renovations
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspodent

JuJy13


RK wonders if the Old Woman losing memory
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Apr13


RK fancies spring flowers and beginnings
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Mar13


Shiloh community church part of area history
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Feb13


Bernice, Dubach have history
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

RK finds hog fence not bad
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Jan13


Mount Grace: Healing place
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Nov12


Gentry Grays get special care
Max Smith carries on with the melons his grandfather grew
By Tom Kelly
Editor and Publisher

Kelly clan gathers to plan a new genealogy

Gen. Sherman is a tree
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Trip to Dazzle Dog is not such a bad day’s work
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent


RK indifferent to politics
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Apr12


A clerk's big adventure
A day's work worth 50 cents and then some
By Hershel Frazier
Special to The Journal

Murphy Tannehill a unique individual
By Charles L. Tannehill
Special to The Journal

'Biscuit' pulls his weight in Six-Point Hunt Club
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Mar12


Red River shelters diversity
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Feb12


Series of burglaries frustrates Dodson couple
Housewife, great grandmother winds up facing charges after burglar makes fifth attack
By Tom Kelly
Editor and Publisher

Oct11


He's a Cat n' a half
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Local’ works well for Bernice Banner weekly
By Tom Kelly
Editor and Publisher

Aug11


Mrs. Blow raised five sons for success, then made her own career
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Columbia Riverboat tour shows historic sites

July11


Gibsland was rail hub in Northwest Louisiana
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Jun11


Bienville Parish steps out with new image
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

RK organizes castaway club
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

May11


Travel old US 80 for a trip to a different era
St. Matthews CME Church dates history from a former slave’s land donation in 1872
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Apr11


Redeemed Ranch Camp features youth activity
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Mar11


Jonesboro First Baptist History Spans 150 Years
It was on the threshold of the War Between the States that First Baptist of Jonesboro took root
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Jan11


St. Joseph - A church, a community, a treasure
By Tom Kelly
Editor and Publisher

Saline Bayou Hiking Trail Has Surprise Ending
By: Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Duty Ferry gateway to Jim Bowie Relay Station
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Dec10


Gypsy
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Nov10


Kepler is a treasure in the Hill Country
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Oct10


Sheriff Bob keeps the peace in hometown
By Pat Kenney
Journal Correspondent

Heat a pain for Cool Cat
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Weights and scales
By Gale Trussell
Journal Correspondent

Go from Westwego to Texarkana, and never leave the club house
By James Ronald Skains
Journal Correspondent

Vinegar Pies was country folks old-time dessert
By Pat Kenney
Journal Correspondent

Sept10


An ancestor she never knew
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Snert! said the visitor
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Aug10


Bienville day trip is colorful
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Teen Challenge runs Dodson café, rebuilds broken lives
By Tom Kelly
Editor and Publisher

Abandoned Shepherd loses sad battle
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Butter cradle, another vanishing icon
By Gale Trussell
Journal Correspondent

Jly10


Somebody's grandmother - seeks an identity in a new century
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspodnent

Garden Mole Killer for Hire?
RKManx takes over garden patrol, digs moles, watches tractor
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Jun10


Piney Woods hospitality always includes food
Whether the recipe came form Great Grandma, or you made it up yourself, eating well is nice
By Tom Kelly
Editor and Publisher

Family relish recipe a winner for Winn cook
By Tom Kelly
Editor and Publisher

RK takes out second rat to venture into territory
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondemt

May10


Mike McCarthy is Man of Year for Bienville
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

RK Manx soldiered on in the cold, wet winter
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Apr10


Alone in strange land, Wendy makes a mark
By Pat Kenney
Journal Correspondent

Mar10


Luke Thompson uses fine maple and spruce to craft fine mandolins for professional bluegrass pickers
By James Ronald Skains
Journal Correspondent

RK Manx up a tree when stray gray drops in
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Feb10


Stephanie Hermann 'blessed' in job as Union Library director
by Pat Kenney
Journal Correspondent

Section House brings memories
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Jan2010


'Miss Josie' Gaar Turns 98
Old friends called at her Gaar's Mill home on November 1

Memories of home at 'Swamp Reunion'

Dec09