Don C. ‘ Donnie’ Amburgey, 49, of Johnson City, Tenn., died May 9 at the Johnson City Medical Center. Born in Hazard to Don and Joyce Cornett Amburgey of Jenkins, he was a communication service manager for Tri-Cities Communication in Johnson City. Surviving addition to his parents, are his wife Chrissy Bentley Amburgey; two children, Stephanie Amburgey and Troy Amburgey, […]
The Letcher County AARP Chapter will meet at 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 19, at the Blackey Senior Citizens Building. Those attending should bring a covered dish. Plans will be made for a trip for members and their guests to Fort Boonesborough on May 21. For more information, call Berma at 633-7874.
The Sugar Grove Opry Mountain Coal Bluegrass Festival will take place May 21 at the Kingdom Come Community Center. The free show will begin at 1 p.m. with an open state. The festival performances will begin at 1:30 p.m. and will include East KY Tyme, Will Caudill and Route 7, Mountain Melody, Salt Creek, Seven South, Wolf Creek Grass, and […]
Our week started out kind of cool with Sunday being downright chilly and somewhat like a fall day instead of May. Mary Helen Blair is still recovering from her recent fall, which broke her arm. She had surgery to repair it a couple of weeks ago and is doing well. Family and friends have been helping her around the house. […]
Hello everyone. Hope you are all doing well. I have been busy — birthday parties, weddings, graduations, funerals, and lots of sick folks. I went to the funeral of Nova ( Sexton) Fields on Thursday and I was touched to see so many of the Ermine senior citizens there. Rhuford and Colleen Hart were there. Colleen had a broken arm. […]
Hello to all and I am sorry I have been away so long. It has been very busy here and tons of things have happened and I missed getting it out there. Between working and kids and life in general and a computer that didn’t want to cooperate, as well. We’ve had lots happening in Bardstown and in outlying towns […]