Harrison County lost two of its best cheerleaders recently.
I’m not talking about pompom-waving, kicking and yelling cheerleaders. I’m talking about two men who could only do good and say good about their county.
Both men served their country during wartime. Huck Turner was even a prisoner of war for just one month shy of two years.
Charlie Tribble and Huck Turner were givers. Both men knew the value of education and were willing... no, anxious, to help others gain knowledge.
They were soldiers through and through.
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