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current issue: July/August 2016


Our July/August edition celebrates the many roles we each play in our day-to-day lives in the Wiregrass, and how those segments add up to form our whole selves. We peek into the private lives of area physicians, examining what they do in their spare time, and we honor wellness by sharing healthier versions of favorite recipes, new resources for treating pain and ways a local resident is helping wounded veterans heal.

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current issue: July/August 2016


Our July/August edition celebrates the many roles we each play in our day-to-day lives in the Wiregrass, and how those segments add up to form our whole selves. We peek into the private lives of area physicians, examining what they do in their spare time, and we honor wellness by sharing healthier versions of favorite recipes, new resources for treating pain and ways a local resident is helping wounded veterans heal.

Time Together • The Peacock Home
When Dr. John and Jamie Peacock built their Dothan, Alabama, home in the summer of 2014, they had a vision for not only its functionality, but that it would be lived in and loved. Jamie describes their style as “very traditional with a bit of modern flair.” But it isn’t just about fine furnishings. Almost every piece in the home has a story connected to it.

Fish Girl • Artist Ann Rudd
There are few local artists whose long-standing presence in the Wiregrass goes unmatched, their name recognition extending well beyond the art community and their personal fan base, permeating households with their familiarity. Ozark, Alabama, artist Ann Rudd is one of these figures. But even for those who think they know Rudd for her still life paintings and garden art may not be aware of the subject matter that has entranced this artist for the past decade or so.

Adventure Raised • Dr. Mark & Christy Byard
Seeing Newton, Alabama, resident Mark Byard riding through a field on his Polaris Ranger, wearing jeans,
a faded bike rally T-shirt and work boots, the word “doctor” doesn’t come to mind. This Dothan, Alabama, urologist and Flowers Hospital chief of surgery admits he wasn’t raised this way. “I am a city boy from West Virginia,” he says. “I know that’s a contradiction in terms.”

Jeep Sullivan's Wounded Warrior Outdoor Adventures

Medical Missions • Dr. Kenneth Brown

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