Kentucky football fans have been some of the most loyal fans in the country. Not saying it is easy to be a Kentucky basketball fan, but it is. The basketball team wins and competes for national championships. The football team … well losing seasons are far too common. Many fans failed to renew their season tickets this year. Many are […]
CHICAGO It’s dreaded by moms to be but morning sickness is actually a good sign — for the baby, a government study shows, confirming common pregnancy lore and less rigorous research. Women with nausea early in pregnancy were half as likely to have miscarriages and stillbirths as those who sailed through the first few months. Miscarriages were also less common […]
A sad but foreseen time has arrived. Our final black bear hunt to Maine is now in the record books, with a nice black bear to fill our table for months to come. You loyal Struttin’ Time readers and I loaded the truck and left on time the morning of Saturday, September 17 to make our 3,500-mile round trip to […]
Before you toss that box of cereal into your grocery cart, take a moment to read the nutrition facts located on the side of the package. There are five key things that you can learn from this label that can help in your overall diabetes care. 1. Serving Size Serving size and servings per container tell you how large your […]
Early fall brings change to area lakes. The calendar may say fall but the hot daytime temperatures say summer. I have been able to do a lot of fishing on Carr Creek Lake the past few months and have fished the main lake areas and the smaller backwaters. And for right now the best fishing is in the main lake […]
September 30-October 1 — Gates will open at 10 a.m. for the Indian Summer Folk Arts Folk Festival at the Little Shepherd Amphitheatre site in Jenkins. A Gary Stewart tribute show will be performed at 7 p.m. Vendors are welcome with a free setup. For more information, call Don Amburgey, 606-832-1453, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. . October 7-9 — The 50- […]
The 2016 Mountain Heritage Festival Parade kicked off with a bang (below) provided courtesy of cannon fire provided by members of the Ben E. Caudill Camp, Sons of Confederate Veterans. On this page and elsewhere in this edition of The Eagle are photographs of the parade and other festival happenings.
Happy fall, y’all! Can you believe it is fall already? I wish it would stay warm at least until next March. I really wouldn’t want to live in Florida or any other place as I do love the changing of the seasons. I just dread winter so bad. Thanks to everyone who said they missed my column and wondered if […]