August 23, 2017 RSS feed / News

Two options for getting water to Eolia-Partridge

Two options have emerged that should boost the hopes of Cumberland River area residents for getting treated water soon.  More...

TVS says faster Internet coming

TVS Cable announced it will soon be adding new choices and faster speeds to its current lineup of Internet and broadband packages. Offerings expected to be available in the coming months from the Hindman-based firm include: More...

Eclipse 2017 as seen from Letcher County, Kentucky

If you weren’t able to find glasses safe enough for which to view Monday’s solar eclipse, Mountain Eagle contributing photographer Thomas Biggs was out working to make sure you still get More...

Consultant to present results of tourism assessment here

A consultant with ForeSite Consulting, LLC will present findings of a recent heritage tourism assessment of Letcher County during a public forum from 1 to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, September 9, at the Harry M. More...

Jeremiah P.O. has new worker

Hope this summer is treating everyone fairly well. It seems to have flown by and that fall is coming early.  Jeremiah   The much anticipated and hyped up solar eclipse has now come and gone. More...

Major water problems leave Caudill Library in need of much work

Major water problems have the Letcher County Library Board scrambling to fix leaky walls and faulty downspouts before they cause more damage to the Harry M. Caudill Memorial Library.  More...