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Going outdoors? Yellowjackets await

If you’ll remember, I tried earlier to get Struttin’ Time readers to pay my way for a white elk hunt. For some reason, I never heard from anyone. Oh well, it was worth a try! As you know, I went groundhog hunting last week but nearly had a stroke in the woods because it was so hot. In addition, the […]

Salome’s Stars

ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Don’t gnash those pearly whites because you might have to delay your plans. This could give the Lucky Lamb a better perspective of what’s been done, and what still needs doing. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Scoring financial bull’s-eyes is easy for the focused Bovine who knows the ins and outs of the […]

Berry picking time

It was a very warm, muggy July morning in Murray. My husband went berry picking up on the hill. He came home with two- to four-quart buckets filled to the brim. They were blackberries, full and very juicy! Every time we passed the berry basket sitting on the counter in the kitchen, we grabbed one. After supper I decided I […]

Weather causes floods, power outages

Hello everyone, hope you are all doing well. We sure have had some bad weather, so much flooding and power failure. We didn’t lose our power, but T.V. was out for a few days and we had some fallen trees. That was a minor problem, but a lot of people had gardens damaged and a lot of people lost homes […]

Back to the Brickyard

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will be making its annual visit to Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend for the running of the Crown Royal 400. Even though the series only makes one stop each season at the giant 2-1/2 mile oval, the race is definitely one of the crown jewel events on the entire schedule. NASCAR held a tire test […]


RECAPS JULY 20 – JULY 24 THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL — Julius surprises everyone when he gives Maya and Rick his blessing. Aly has her own idea of how to commemorate the success of “California Freedom” after she turns down an invitation to join the rest of the group at an afterparty. Ivy makes a startling discovery about a […]

Teachers invest time to earn computers

State Representative Leslie Combs (D-Pikeville), district officials and Dataseam recognized the work of local educators during a two-day workshop. The Jenkins Independent Schools teachers not only developed project-based student lessons involving computers, but along with the technology staff they also earned close to $75,000 worth of new computers for the school district. This is part of an ongoing program that […]

Moments and Memories of WHS

1973 For the first time in EKMC history, the Whitesburg football Yellowjackets went undefeated two straight years in conference play. Coach Gose was named “Coach of the Year”. These are his comments on his senior players: Mike Hansel. Mike came into his own as a quarterback this year. Mike’s passing ability was one of the determining factors in our 8-3 […]