Narramore attends workshop

Dr. David Narramore represented Letcher County at the TOUR Southern and Eastern Kentucky ( TOUR SEKY) annual three-day workshop held in Louisville, April 26-28. Participants learned how to take care of large tourism groups and to be motor coach friendly at the meeting. TOUR SEKY hosts one work-study trip a year The purpose of TOUR SEKY is to expand, develop […]

Letcher gets new fire truck

Gabby’s fishing fever

Bass fishing in pre-spawn period

The bass fishing season is divided into three main periods — pre-spawn, spawn, and postspawn. We are now in pre-spawn at most of our area lakes, a time when the waters reach summer pool and temperatures in the mid to high 60’s. Largemouth bass are now moving to the shallow water areas to feed and look for sites to make […]

‘It was 20 years ago today …’

“Rain” is a Broadway show billed as a “Tribute to the Beatles.” Listening to four mop-wigged guys play those unforgettable songs from the ‘60s, however, it becomes pretty clear that this is actually a tribute to something else: middle age, that magical mystery stage of life when part of you feels “just 17,” even as another part hears “Imagine,” and […]

Disabilities challenge moms-to-be

WASHINGTON Her first pregnancy brought Dianna Fiore Radoslovich a break from the weakness and pain of her multiple sclerosis. She put away her cane and her meds and gave birth to a healthy son. Pregnancy No. 2 hasn’t brought the same reprieve. This time, Radoslovich juggles the cane with a toddler, a growing baby bump and a bit of anxiety. […]

Rites held for Jamie Isaac

Funeral services for Jamie Isaac, 45, of Lexington, were held May 14 at Deane Baptist Church. Burial was in the Webb Cemetery at Mayking. A son of James and Dewanna Polly Isaac of Deane, he was born in Pikeville. He died May 9 at Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington. He was a grandson of the late Nathan and Hazel Isaac […]