Pallbearers Finish Dead Last, but Don’t Die Trying

Pallbearers Finish Dead Last, but Don’t Die Trying

By Jeff Campbell / Jeff In Jefferson

Sometimes you open your mouth and then you have to pay the price. Last month as preparations and promotions were going on for the Jefferson Heritage Triathlon, I casually mentioned that if a team needed … Read More

The Little Engine That Could

The Little Engine That Could

By Jeff Campbell / Jeff In Jefferson

Last month one of our most treasured Jefferson attractions, the Historic Jefferson Railway, suffered a set back. The boiler on the authentic narrow gauge steam engine has to be repaired and engineers, who have expertise in this area, … Read More

East Texas Blues

East Texas Blues

By Jeff Campbell / Jeff In Jefferson

The Blues are a part of East Texas as much as pine trees, Friday night football and Bar-B-Q. Many of America’s most influential blues musicians were from East Texas. Names like Blind Lemon Jefferson of Coutchman, T Bone Walker of … Read More

Walkin’ Across America

Walkin’ Across America

By Jeff Campbell / Jeff in Jefferson

Probably the coolest thing about my job is the people you meet; musicians, artists, actors, athletes and promoters. Yesterday I was fortunate to meet Colon Terrell, from Raleigh, North Carolina. Colon is not a tourist or entertainer, he’s in Jefferson … Read More