Hey y’all! How have you been doing? Hopefully you’re well and have been staying cool during all this heat. Friday, Marlene Blair said it was 106 degrees, according to the thermometer in her car. Then Saturday it felt like it was even hotter than that. We’ve been busy bees lately, as usual. Seems like we never get a minute to […]
Ima Ingram, 89, died September 3 at her home at Kingscreek. A daughter of the late Ira and Mary Jane Fields Crase, she was the widow of Melvin Ingram, and a member of Doty Creek Old Regular Baptist Church. Surviving are her son, Lee Ingram and wife Jeanie of Fredricksburg, Va.; two daughters, Carolyn Lewis of Kingscreek and Nell Stallard […]
Hello again everyone. Once again I will say oh yes, we are having an early fall, and Mr. Snowman is saying ready or not, here I come! I may as well quit griping as I can’t hold back time, and I sure don’t want it to stop, just slow down a little bit. I finally got my back deck cleaned […]
Hello everyone, I hope you are all doing well. I have been busy all week. I’ve been doing some work I have put off for a year or more. I just got in the mood, and I’ve worked so hard! I may not do anything for the next year. The bad part is no one can see what I’ve done. […]
Hospice of the Bluegrass – Mountain Community will offer a six-week support group for those who have experienced the loss of a child. Meetings will be held on Tuesday evenings from 5 to 7p.m. beginning Sept. 20 at the Hospice office located at 57 Dennis Sandlin MD Cove in Hazard. For more information, call (606) 439-2111 or (800) 560-1101.
• Plant deciduous trees (trees that lose their leaves in the fall) strategically in order to reduce your heating and cooling costs. Their leaves emerge in the spring to block summer’s heating rays, but when winter comes, they fall off to let the sun in, warming things up a bit. • Keep nail-polish bottles easy to open by rubbing a […]