Ricky Johnson Jr.

JulesRules #5

September 29, 2016 // 0 Comments

Small town  #Murica Brings out the best in the Prairie Faith; Family and Football. Three words that mean much to folks in East Prairie. A town of 3717 and a fan base that seems twice that size on game nights at the Eagles Nest. Friends from through the years come back for reunions; dinners and Read more

JulesRules #4 Rick loosens up

September 27, 2016 // 0 Comments

Can you take a joke? If not, well… That’s part of the side of Ricky Johnson, Jr. that doesn’t get the notice it should. Much like his storied racketeering career. #IDLP.  Most of the time during our talks it’s the lol emoji in use. Can’t explain it or share it. It is Read more

Jules Rules #3

September 24, 2016 // 0 Comments

Sometimes there are no answers. Often times the Pain is too real. *Editor’sNote: The rebirth of kpkronicle.com coincides with a friendship built between Ricky and I. I was inspired, like you and many others, by his wise words and his all too candid and honest open look at Life and how some of Read more

A shot of reality from Ricky Johnson, Jr

September 20, 2016 // 0 Comments

A very scary tale Drugs are a path to Hell Ricky Johnson, Jr., relates a scary story and how close he came to Murder. Don’t think it can happen to you? That’s one of the motivations for Rick to write about his past experiences. To help others know there is a way out no matter how dark Read more

JulesRules #1

September 17, 2016 // 0 Comments

Words are meaningful Ricky offers encouragement and real talk Often times, many people struggle with coping; dealing with the rigorous day-to-day obstacles. Rick takes the time to speak to people in a non-condescending; judgmental way that is refreshing; inspiring and helpful. Here are a few of his Read more

Ricky Johnson, Jr. touches Lives one day at a time

September 16, 2016 // 0 Comments

A Testament to Faith I knew Ricky Johnson for a long time. I grew up with him playing ball as a kid on the ball-fields of Ep. ‘Rabbit’ was a good ballplayer and  a kind soul.   I’v e known Ricky Johnson, Jr. about as long. Although I didn’t play ball with Rick, there was Read more