Fans of Madison County history enjoyed a blast from the past Sunday afternoon. At Union City Park in northwest Madison County, nearly 60 people gathered to witness the unveiling of a memorial marker for Andrew Tribble, one of the nation's great vaudeville performers.

Judge Debra Lambert, who has been chosen as one of EKU's Hall of Distinguished Alumni Award winners for 2019, humbly recognizes that many supportive people have helped and taught her.

Affordable housing for those with below-median incomes has been a lifetime mission for Eastern Kentucky University alumnus Rick McQuady. When he accepted the position of Kentucky Housing Corporation's Internal Auditor in 1985, thus began a decades-long career of making fair, safe, affordable housing a reality for more Kentucky families.

Nearly 800 Madison County fourth-graders took a walk in the Berea Pinnacles Friday morning and left that afternoon with knowledge and experience on the many different ways to create art.

“I look forward to the Powwow every year as a homecoming. We see our special friends and honored elders, and we share their knowledge and wisdom.”

Surely, as you drive along backroads of Pulaski County, your mind wanders to yesterday, as President Trump is apt to say: "When America was great." You see an old barn, its timbers bent from troubled winds and weight of a thousand snows. Cattle huddle in pastures, picking at drought-browned grass. Goldenrods wave in the wind.

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MOREHEAD — For a boulder that has tried its best to mind its own business, the Indian Head Rock can’t seem to keep out of the limelight.

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LEXINGTON — Two local women on the University of Kentucky dance team will be getting the opportunity of a lifetime this week.

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Wilma McDavid passed Wednesday at Kings Daughters Medical Center. Funeral services will be Friday 1 p.m. at Malone Funeral Home. Visitation will be Friday 11 a.m. until service.

Earle G. Wheeler, 92, passed away October 14, 2019, in Lexington, Ky. He was born on February 5, 1927, in Ashland, Ky., to the late Franklin F. and Neva Lemaster Wheeler. He was preceded in death by his wife of 66 years, Margaret Rowe Wheeler. Earle was a retired employee of IBM and a member…