Families and Friends

After 7 long years, a little oil loss is not a big deal

Car Talk

Dear Car Talk: I have a 2013 Subaru Outback 2.5i with 171,000 miles. It’s been burning a quart of oil every 1,500 to 2,500 miles. This doesn’t seem right, and I know Subarus have issues with oil burning. What can I do to fix or improve this? Or is it time to trade it in for another vehicle? — Kirby […]

My visit to England

As non-commissioned officer in charge of all offset printing in Europe, I was picked to go with the Inspector General’s Team to our eight Air Force Bases in England. My headquarters was the United States Air Force in Europe (USAFE). My job was to check the printing department on each base to see if they needed my help in any […]

Sitting outside is now daily routine


Hello everyone – I do believe that the warmer weather will be arriving and staying. I am tired of the cold spells we’ve had. Hopefully the warmer weather will slow down the coronavirus also. I’m tired of not seeing people, especially our sons. I hope all the moms had a happy Mother’s Day. It’s good to have a designated day […]

Moments and Memories of WHS

(1965) Diane Adams: FTA 1, 2, 3 4; Nurses Club 4. James Asher: Speech 4; Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 3, 4; Junior Committee 3; DE 4. Ruby Brown: Beta Club 3, 4; Bible Club 3, 4; Nurses Club; Science Club; FTA; Library Club; Tri-Hi-Y Club; Jr. Committee; Sr. Committee; Student Council. Roger Dale Caudill: Pathfinders. Charlotte […]

Selected for Rogers Explorers

Three Jenkins Middle High School eighth-grade students were accepted as Rogers Explorers for the summer class of 2020. They are Ryan Church, whose guardians are Scotty and Angela Church of Jenkins; Kaleigh Cook, daughter of Greg and Vanessa Collins of McRoberts and Stanley Cook of Whitesburg; and Arissa Mullins, son of Jonathan Mullins and Kayla Riley of Mayking. The Rogers […]

2020 LCCHS achievers

Letcher County Central High School is so proud of the class of 2020. We would like to recognize the following students for their achievements. Letcher County Central High School Academic Awards+ Rogers Scholar: Haydon Caudill Governor’s Scholars: Trinity Adams, Haydon Caudill, Logan Martin, Samuel Mullins Art Award: Megan Boggs, Abigail Duncan Band Award: Logan Martin English Award: Trinity Adams, Kaylee […]

Church buildings will open again soon


Hallelujah, we are getting closer to actually being able to attend services in our church buildings. We will be able to see each other and talk to each other. We have church brothers and sisters who do not have a computer or the Internet and so they haven’t been able to even listen, as we have on Facebook, all this […]

Highlights of Fleming-Neon H.S

Hemphill’s Black Sheep Bakery has record week of sales


Check out our websites: www.blacksheepbrickoven.org and www.hemphillcenter.org and our Facebook pages please. A new video about Black Sheep Bakery was posted on Saturday on Freethink.com. Watch it when you can, please, or watch it on YouTube. We sound country as cornbread. Lol. This is the link: www.youtube.com/ watch?v=IbK7edxgEdI. We had a record week of sales. We could not be more […]

Don’t worry he really does like chickens

Points East

According to the grapevine, word has gotten back to Charlie Brown Road that I had been giving chickens a bad rap. As usual, the grapevine has gotten so twisted up in barbed wire, saw briars, poison ivy and spider webs that it‘s probably impossible to tell where it started. If it had any grapes, they’d be too sour to eat. […]

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