2011-03-02

Miller dies



David Allen Miller, 60, died February 28 at his home at Jenkins. Born in Burdine to the late Archie Darrell and Shirley Fay Barker Miller, he was the widower of Jenny Lu Greer Miller. He worked as a welder on heavy equipment. Surviving are two daughters, Jodi Christopher, Lexington, and Casey Carnes, Nicholasville; three grandchildren, Caitlin Dixon, Sarah Dixon and […]

‘Sonny’ Enfusse dies in Maryland



Arnold D. ‘Sonny’ Enfusse, 71, of Smithsburg, Md., died February 21 at the Meritus Medical Center in Hagerstown, Md.. He was born in Whitesburg to the late Roy and Vivian Fields Enfusse. Surviving are his wife, Doris Enfusse; a daughter, Barbara Trawick and husband Bob, Clarksville, Tenn.; a son, Arnold Enfusse and wife Terri, Waynesboro, Penn.; three sisters, Madge Hall […]

Jents, Smiths mark anniversaries



Lauren Adams has been in Hazard Hospital with a bad sinus infection. She was in for about a week and is now home and doing better. She is the daughter of Leslie Gibson of Hazard and Dustin Adams of Jeremiah. Happy anniversary to Benji and Robin Jent of Elk Creek. It was their 15th on Feb.17. Carol Breeding of Redfox […]

Two plead guilty in assault on referee



Two spectators charged with assaulting a referee after the end of a middle school girls’ basketball game in October pleaded guilty on Monday to amended charges. Billy Joe Smith, 32, of 98 Fall Drive, Whitesburg, pleaded guilty on Feb. 28 in Letcher District Court to assault on a sports official (first offense). He was sentenced to six months in jail […]

Testing on humans revealed




ATLANTA Shocking as it may seem, U.S. government doctors once thought it was fine to experiment on disabled people and prison inmates. Such experiments included giving hepatitis to mental patients in Connecticut, squirting a pandemic flu virus up the noses of prisoners in Maryland, and injecting cancer cells into chronically ill people at a New York hospital. Much of this […]

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Spaghetti lunch, dinner set



A spaghetti lunch and dinner will be served at the VFW in Whitesburg from 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 3. The meal includes spaghetti, salad, and dessert. Carry out and delivery are available. All proceeds will benefit the Letcher County Wolves semi-pro football team. For more information, call ( 859) 312-8459.

A little oil in your gas usually no big deal



Dear Tom and Ray: My husband and I had to go out of town for work for a few weeks, so we left our 14-year-old daughter with an 18-year-old girlfriend of hers whom we trust(ed). Well, the 18-yearold brought over her boyfriend, “Einstein,” without our knowledge. There was a strict no-boys policy from us, and many “Don’t worries” from the […]

Moments and Memories of WHS



In Honor of Edwin Lee Moore, Teacher-Coach Edwin Lee Moore a football offensive genius if there ever was one, graduated WHS in 1941. Moore was a “utility back” (which meant he could play any position in the offensive backfield, one as good as the other, and thus moved around as needed). His coach Follace Fields described him as having a […]

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