In the early afternoon on May 20 an EF5 tornado with winds estimated over 200 mph devastated Moore, Okla., killing 24 people and leaving thousands homeless.
As a Hoosier farm boy who knew every four-letter word from helping Dad as he incessantly cursed and castrated uncooperative pigs and wormed unwilling sheep, I was astounded by our neighbor Roscoe Poe who trucked our livestock to market. Herding unwilling, fattened animals in the sorting pen or loading chute, Roscoe never said one cussword.
I have an older model riding lawn mower that is on its last leg. I was recently cutting the grass on it and the side panel fell off the engine compartment. I looked around real quick to see if any neighbors were out, because I actually ran over it once it fell off (blades were off) and I was totally embarrassed.
A dedicated group of men from Montgomery County are reaching out to other men during the 3rd Annual Montgomery County Men’s Conference.