Yarboro Country 5
The Yarbrough's are some of the original folks that came From England to South Carolina to Missisippi to Tennesee, just before Oklahoma became a state. They were land owners that were forced to sell and move to Oklahoma with their slaves.
Yarborough Leisure Centre Track
Opening Times: Public times unknown, Club times Tue & Thu eves, Sun AM
Is track locked/unavailable for casual use at other times: Unknown - should assume Yes
Type: Synthetic, 400m, 6 lanes, 7 lane straight
". . .Yarbrough is a major talent . . . ." ?James Lee Burke
Mississippi History (1994)
Family Men (1990)
The Oxygen Man (to be published, screen play is currently being written)
Mr. Yarbrough grew up in Indianola, Mississippi. He is a graduate of the University of Mississippi, where he earned both a BA and an MA in Literature. He earned his MFA at the University of Arkansas. His stories have appeared in The Oxford American, The Hudson Review, and The Southern Review and in three collections, Family Men, Mississippi History, and Veneer. His first novel, The Oxygen Man, has just been released by MacMurray & Beck.
Mr. Yarbrough's debut novel, The Oxygen Man, is a story of retribution and reconciliation in the Mississippi Delta. The story centers on Ned Rose and his sister, Daze, whose lives are scarred by a series of disappointments. As the story progresses, though, it becomes quite clear that more than disappointment marks their lives, that metaphorically both Ned and Daze are suffocating. When they each realize they have another chance for deliverance, the novel turns dramatically and reaches the deepest veins of the heart.
The Oxygen Man confirms what Yarbrough's story collections have long heralded?that Steve Yarbrough is an important new writer and Southern voice. Trade reviews of the novel are very enthusiastic. Kirkus starred their review, saying the novel was "superb," and Publishers Weekly called it "extremely tender." Booklist will also star their April 15th review. The book is now available nationwide.
Students In Mississippi Study Steve Yarbrough's Work
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Clyde "Sonny" Yarborough 1928-2002
My Grandfather, Whom Assisted In Raising Me Had Passed Away.
Acheived The "Who's Who In Louisiana" Award In The 1960's
Owner Of The First Cafe In Hammond, La.(The Hammond Cafe)
Member Of The Beagal Club For 20 Years Or More
Served Time In The Military, And Was A War Veteran
Opened A Motorcyle Shop With My Father In The Late 70's (Joe Yarborough's Cycle & Repair)
He Retired At The Rightful Age Of 40
Clyde Oscar Yarborough, 73, died Friday, April 26, 2002, at his home.
He was a Kentwood native.
Survivors include his wife, Vickie Breaux Yarborough, Hammond; a daughter, Tammy Y. Murphy, Hammond; a son, Joe Yarborough, Maurepas; a sister, Billie Y. Campbell, New Iberia; and two grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Oscar and Sallie Strickland Yarborough.
The Rev. Tom Cobb conducted the service, and burial was in the Rose Memorial Cemetery Hammond, Louisiana.
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Located In The City of Lake Elsinore California
419 N Poe Street
The Facilities Include: Restrooms, parking, baseball, softball, shade structure, play equipment, drinking fountain, benches, picnic areas, and barbeques
I ride a 1998 Kawasaki Concours that I purchased in March, 2000. I started riding about 25 years ago, when I was a young 25. (My how time flies!) I had been pretty much "bikeless" for about four years before getting my Concours... Steve Yarbrough, Arlington, Texas
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