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Last week I promised we’d make something to use the rest of our clothes pins, and here we are. We’re going to make a wishing well and doesn’t everyone have a wish they’d like to make? This little well could be used to store jewelry or other small items and it would make an adorable addition …
Dear Readers: When it comes to physical activities, have you concluded that you’re not as young as you used to be? Maybe you were once a runner, and now the knees don’t bend like they used to. Or perhaps you were a star athlete in high school, and now your star just isn’t as bright. The body…
HUNTINGTON A gallery in Huntington is a showplace for local artists and a hub of education for those who aspire to create.
ASHLAND A frequent winner of the Ed Haley Fiddle Contest at Poage Landing Days has won the National Heritage Award for 2020.
Contrary to all the movies being shown right now on a certain channel and all the sales on holiday merchandise on the shop-from-home channels, it’s not really Christmas. And Christmas in July has always confused me; shouldn’t it be Christmas in June? Spread out the festivities exactly six m…
We have a new exotic tick confirmed to be in three counties in Kentucky. And not only in the state, but two of the confirmed counties are in eastern Kentucky — Floyd and Martin. The other county is Metcalfe in far western Kentucky.
Dear Dietitian: Over the last several months, I’ve heard more about functional foods and the health benefits they provide. Is there science to back these health claims, or is this just crafty marketing? — Thanks, Jerry
ASHLAND Many think of pet groomers as catering to the elite, but their services are the first line of defense in caring for family dogs and cats.
HUNTINGTON There’s a local literary scene that alive with activity, including workshops, live readings and a program featuring writers that can be seen on Armstrong Cable, YouTube and Facebook.
HUNTINGTON While Saturday KidsArt sessions are postponed during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Huntington Museum of Art will begin in July to post videos of art activities that parents and children can complete together at home.
Danita Miller of Catlettsburg and Lisa Toppins of Chesapeake, Ohio, met when their children both attended Grace Christian School in Huntington.
While Flag Day (June 14) isn’t an official Federal Holiday, President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation in 1916 and in 1949 Congress followed suit and establishing it as a national holiday. We honor the official adoption of the United States flag.
Dear Readers: As scientists work tirelessly to find a treatment and a vaccine for the coronavirus, a common supplement has come to light as a possible aid in the COVID-19 pandemic. It may be in your medicine cabinet, and your kitchen almost certainly contains a food that is fortified with it…
It stood out from a distance. It didn’t conform to the norms of its day, nor its surroundings. The yellowish hump contrasted with the trim green grass around it. Its fibrous felt was fuzzy all over, but in a good way. Like it had been played with a lot.
Those who work together, do good together. While that isn’t the way the saying goes, it’s what’s happening in Boyd and Carter counties.
This Week's Circulars
Andy Nathan Wilburn, 52, of Garrison, Kentucky passed away Monday August 9, 2020 at his residence in Garrison. Mr. Wilburn was born May 29, 1968, in Portsmouth, Ohio, a son of Missouri Jane Potter Wilburn and the late Robert Nathan Wilburn. He retired from Castle Marina in Greenup, where eve…
Carol Estep Maynard, 76, passed away on August 7, 2020, peacefully in her sleep at home. She was born December 9, 1943, at McAndrews, Ky. She's preceded in death by her husband Roy E. Maynard; as well as her parents Ed and Hazel Estep; brothers Ostis, Edgar Alvert, and Earl Estep; and sister…
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