October 12, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

More than 300 compete

More than 300 anglers descended upon the city of Millbrook, Alabama during the week of September 28 through October 2 for the Bass Pro Shops Crappie Masters Classic National Championship Tournament. More...

Cougars will try to rebound from lopsided defeat

After suffering the most lopsided loss in the team’s short history, the Letcher County Central Cougars have some major regrouping to do before they host rival Perry County Central at Ermine this Friday.  More...

Gabby’s fishing fever

Better fishing is on the way soon

With area lakes dropping to winter pool and already or having begun to turn over and fish relocating to clearer water close to the bank, it would seem that fishing would be slow. More...

Tracking to the title

Only four races of the 10-race Chase have gone off the board, and it seems that after each checkered flag the points leader board undergoes a complete makeover. More...

Band wins at competition

The Letcher County Central High School Band competed in the McChesney Band Festival in Big Stone Gap, Va., Saturday. More...

Big change a must

The Southeastern Conference is better than ever at the top — LSU and Alabama are 1-2 in America — and solid in the middle with South Carolina, Arkansas, Georgia, Florida and Auburn. More...

Struttin’ Time

A blessing from an Indian chief

How many of you have met a chief of the Cherokee Nation? Would you have thought he would be in Whitesburg? Or that he lives in Stanford, Kentucky? Well the honor is all mine to have met Chief Running Elk, and I did meet him in Whitesburg.  More...

Nation’s top crappie fishing team

Bill Braswell of Viper in Perry County and his fishing partner Dan Dannenmueller of Millbrook, Alabama have won the 2011 Bass Pro Shop’s Crappie Masters “Angler Team of the Year” national points championship.  More...