Horizons paints a personal picture

Published 12:00 am Monday, April 3, 2006

Staff Report

After weeks of planning, today marks the publication of Horizons 2006, the biggest edition published each year by The Luverne Journal.

This year's edition includes approximately 26 pages of stories and photos about the people of Crenshaw County.

&#8220This is a great way for us to recognize the people in Crenshaw County who do a lot for their communities but may receive very little recognition,” Kevin Pearcey, Group Managing Editor of Greenville Newspapers, LLC, said.

This year's edition will focus on some new and some existing industry in the county, including the new Best Western Rutledge Inn, ACME Propane in Highland Home, and the It Don't Matter Restaurant in Highland Home.

&#8220This year's Horizons edition will not only focus on some of the new industries in the area, but it will take an in-depth look at the faces behind them,” Regina Grayson, editor of The Luverne Journal, said. &#8220I really wanted to bring attention to some very special people in the county.”

From &#8220Angels in the Outfield” at the Luverne Health and Rehab to &#8220The Grill Master” at the It Don't Matter Restaurant, Horizons 2006 is filled with what makes Crenshaw County a special place – the very special people within it.

Horizons is the most time-intensive project of the year for the staff of Greenville Newspapers, and it is always one in which great pride is placed. It presents a passion for showing, through photos and print, the good things that make this community what it is, a great place to live.

We proudly present to you Horizons 2006, and we sincerely hope that you enjoy it.