After a three-year hiatus, because of the pandemic, the Union College Music Program will once again present the Christmas Festival Concert on Friday, December 2nd at 8:00 pm in Conway Boatman … Read moreIT'S BACK! — Christmas Festival Concert returns to Union College this Friday
The legendary Fred Thrasher, a local artist form Clinton County, Kentucky whose works depicted the America of yesterday seen through the eyes of today, was a fixture of the art community for d… Read moreThrasher’s art depicting of America’s past going up for auction soon
A Barbourville man has been implicated in the death of a McCreary County man. Read moreMan dies after struck by truck operated by Barbourville man
December Madness—By Dr. John Huang
It’s the Tradition, Man! —By Dr. John Huang
The Lynn Camp Lady Wildcats fell emphatically in their season opener against the Bell County Lady Bobcats Monday. Much like last season, Lynn Camp had a hard time finding offensive rhythm, and finishing buckets on the interior. The Lady Wildcats could only muster 12 points in the losing effo…
There are very few people, if any, that haven’t watched a Hallmark Movie and dreamed of taking part in the Christmas festivities that the richly decorated town had to offer. Well, your dreams have come true! Open your eyes to the world of wonderment in “Toyland at Town Square” taking place i…
Imagine working hard for hours, days, or even weeks, verifying everything you do is just right. Then you carefully and professionally place your final product into the marketplace. How would you feel if someone else comes along and uses your product without paying you for it!?
We are a now a week on the other side of our 2022 elections, and boy am I glad. Some folks live for the election seasons but not this guy. At one time, I really enjoyed politics and the chance to “start over” every so often, but not so much these days.
Perhaps you heard about the redneck who, after moving into an apartment complex in town, had a neighbor start banging on the wall at 4 a.m.