Running in the Time of the Pandemic

Running in the Time of the Pandemic

By: Carolyn Macduff I stepped on the starting pad of the Race to the Cave Half Marathon in Woodville, Alabama, with 674 other runners this past weekend. Running an official race was something I hadn’t done since early February of 2020, and I wasn’t sure if I should...
Two Dates to Remember

Two Dates to Remember

By: Matt Cook Two dates will always be on the top of my head – 1/5/14 and 9/3/19… 1/5/14 – The day I started my journey. I had no clue what I was doing other than I weighed 348 pounds and had to start doing something. This is when it became life-changing, but it was...
I See You

I See You

By: Jodi Jordan About a year ago, I was out for an early morning run around White Rock Lake. It was overcast, chilly, and relatively isolated. As I left the lake and headed toward Norbuck Park, a truck slowed behind me about a mile from home. As I headed toward the...
My Story: Megan Opperman

My Story: Megan Opperman

By:  Megan Opperman     I was always the kid who cried in PE. In fact, on run-the-mile day you might find me hiding under the bleachers. After all, running even one lap was torture. I was always the smallest kid in my class so I never even considered that in...