How racing bonded Collier men
Sometimes as a journalist the story doesn't end when we strike the final period to close the final sentence. Sometimes the reader ingests the message and is moved to provide an unforeseen depth, a level of context otherwise unachievable.
No man has more contextual depth than a father who loves a son, who lives for a son.
And on a random Tuesday in July, I happened upon a letter that was sent to me months earlier by a still-grieving father. The father, Allen ...
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