My husband, Matt, and I have been married almost thirteen years and started our publishing company eleven years ago, mimicking his parent’s publishing firm in Georgia. We are grateful to have their expertise as they have been in publishing over
35 years. Tri County Living is an annual publication encompassing Jones, Haskell, & Shackelford counties and features the people, places, and businesses that make this such an amazing place to call home, as I know full well.
I was beyond excited when my friend, Johnna Oman Page, first shared a desire to start a Hometown Living Magazine here in our hometown. In God’s perfect timing, he opened the door to make this possible and birthed the concept of TCL while she and I shared a cup of coffee and prayer. We could not be more thrilled & thankful with the result of our premier edition and hope you agree. (Check out Johnna’s Page (8) and get to know the face of Tri County Living).
My family has farmed and ranched in Jones county for seven generations. Johnna’s family and my own have also been neighbors and friends for many of those generations and I am so thankful to continue that tradition. Like our readers, I am proud to be from “God’s Country.” The amazing thing about this first edition is already learning new things about the area that has been home for so long. Did you know that Cook Children’s Hospital was not only named after, but created by a family right here in Albany? We welcome you to share your article ideas with us for consideration in future editions. Email content@ hometown-living.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for submissions. We hope you too learn something you didn’t already know about this amazing Tri County area which is rich with tradition, history, agriculture, and the best people I know.
TCL comes at no cost to you thanks to the generosity of our advertisers. So please let them know you saw their ad in TRI COUNTY LIVING and remember to SHOP LOCAL. If you are interested in seeing your business in TCL contact Johnna at
325.669.1149. Check out our Tri County Traditions section and schedule your staycation by planning to attend the flurry of events that take place annually here in your own backyard.