w.r. case & sons cutlery co.


W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Co.’s roots extend back to 1889, when four enterprising brothers—William Russell (W.R.), Jean, John, and Andrew Case (a.k.a. “The Case Brothers”)—began selling handcrafted knives from the back of a wagon in upstate New York. John Russell (Russ) Case, the son of W.R., formed W.R. Case & Sons, as it is known today. Russ’s father acted as his son’s consultant, helping to stabilize the company’s early finances while building a reputation as the most respected name in American cutlery.

Visit North Alabama


The Mountain Lakes Tourist Association, specializing in marketing North Alabama’s travel industry, promoting the region to the traveling public, serving sixteen counties with an ever-expanding membership base representing progressive travel-regulated businesses and associations, and the objectives of local associations and organizations, by working together in a unified effort to promote the region’s natural, historic, and man-made attractions.


RON TAYLOR / Music Director

WNC Original Music presents original music from Western North Carolina musicians, and from around America. WNC exposes listeners to authentic music from independent musicians, artists, and songwriters. The WNC Original Music Podcast, hosted by Ron Taylor, specializes in the melodies of the Carolinas, and of the nation.



Built in 2013 on the old family farm that was purchased in the 1960’s, Folklore Brewing & Meadery became the first packaging brewery in Dothan, AL since the Prohibition era. With its obscure location, the brewery feels much like a speakeasy in the back woods of South Alabama, with a vibe that’s been described as “having a beer in a buddy’s backyard.” Casual games, hometown staff, Americana/Folk music and of course, delicious brews keep patrons coming back to sit on the front porch and enjoy a pint of Southern crafted Folklore beer.



The Cleveland family operates its family-owned peanut company from Nashville, Tennessee. When you buy from Tennessee Peanut Company, you are investing into family, and into all the families whose lives revolve around peanut production. The Clevelands have always dreamed of offering wholesome products to others, from one family to another, and this—in a nutshell—is what their company is all about.