2009-02-18

SPEAKING OF SOAPS

RECAPS - 2/16-20

ALL MY CHILDREN — Greenlee’s motorcycle went crashing into the ravine and despite valiant efforts, she drowned in the icy waters and was presumed dead. Zach took responsibility for driving the car even though it was Kendall behind the wheel. Ryan vowed to make Zach pay for killing Greenlee. Sinclair accused Annie of tampering with the brakes on Greenlee’s bike. […]

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Camp Nathanael will host dinner



An adult get-together featuring a dinner and drama will be held at 6:30 p.m., Feb. 27, at Camp Nathanael in Emmalena. The dinner will be followed by “Songs of Faith”, a portrayal of the life of blind hymn singer Fanny Cosby by Andy and Loretta Burgess of Madison, N.C. The event is free to the public. An offering will be […]

Eva Collins Trout succumbs at 94



Eva Collins Trout of Roxana, died February 13 at the Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington. She was 94 years old. A daughter of the late John and Dosha Collins, she was the widow of George Trout. Surviving are 11 children, Joyce Estep and husband Carter, Bear Branch; Alvin Trout and wife Eula, Granite City, Ill.; Ruth Griffin, Mesa, Ariz.; Helen […]

Swinging bridge led to one-room school



I have a lot of fond memories of going to school in a single-room schoolhouse about 2 1/2 miles above Blackey on the River Road. The old building was turned into a church for awhile before its demise, a wonderful way to end its career. Two of the teachers I remember best are Earl Hogg and Eunice “Poss” Bates. A […]

Senior citizens hear about safe driving



Angela Smith from KRADD came last week and talked to us about safety in driving and showed us pictures about it. It was really interesting, and we learned some good ideas from it. About 60 attended our Valentine party. Most of us dressed in our reds. The center was decorated beautifully with lots of drinks and good eats. We had […]

Snow is forecast again for Ohio

Northeast Ohio

Happy Valentine’s Day, even though it will be over and done with by the time you read this. I do hope everyone had a good day with lots of flowers and candy. Hope this finds everyone well and staying warm. We have just about gotten rid of all our snow, but that’s OK because we’re supposed to get more this […]

Little League signups set



Whitesburg Little League signups will be held Saturday, March 7, and Saturday, March 14, at the Letcher County District Court Room from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for girls and boys ages 5- 16. New players must bring a copy of their birth certificate and proof of residency. This cost is for first player in the family is $20, second […]

Eddie Vanover dies



Eddie Wayne Vanover, 67, of Jenkins, died February 15 at Whitesburg Appalachian Regional Hospital. A son of the late Orville and Veda Goff Vanover, he had worked in construction and was a member of the People’s Fundamental Baptist Church in Dunham. He was a brother of the late Sidney Vanover. Surviving are his wife, Janet Carson Vanover; three daughters, Jill […]