PRESTONSBURG — The Kentucky Art Tribe's most recent reception at the Mountain Arts Center last Thursday was for Bello Morte, a show which meditates on death and change.
PRESTONSBURG — Students at the Carl D. Perkins Job Corps Center last week learned a valuable lesson that went up in smoke.
PRESTONSBURG — In the first accolade of its kind, the Prestonsburg Woman's Club has given Ragedy Ann's their new Business Beautification Award this week.
PRESTONSBURG — Local residents can sample the culture of India next month, when the Eastern Kentucky Indian community brings Diwali — “The Festival of India” — to the Mountain Arts Center.
PIKEVILLE — On Nov. 10, 2014, the University of Pikeville men's basketball team has been invited to Western Kentucky to play the Hilltoppers at WKU, but the competition won't end on the basketball court.
Ten new interpretive and trailhead signs were unveiled in a ceremony at Breaks Park last Saturday.
BALTIMORE — The Ninth Annual Mid Atlantic Nostalgia Convention was held at the Hunt Valley Wyndham, hosting the biggest turnout yet for the event.
I've been studying about Rahab, in the book of Joshua, for weeks. (I'm a little obsessed with it.) I wonder about the things that transpired all those years ago. The Israelite spies had come, she had made a pact with them for the freedom...
PRESTOSNBURG – The East Kentucky Science Center and Planetarium (EKSC) will host a special showing of the Fright Light laser show and a Halloween costume contest.
EASTERN – Big Sandy Community and Technical College held its Big Sandy Idol competition at Allen Central on Friday, Oct. 10. Big Sandy Idol is sponsored by Gearheart Communications.
LOUISVILLE — Visiting one of the spookiest cities in America does not require one to travel too far from Floyd County, according to the results of an internet poll.
Abigail Stanley, a member of the Big Sandy Singers and Band, performs during the 52nd annual Kentucky Apple Festival parade on Saturday, October 4.
Special Halloween campground activities will be planned at Breaks Park during the weekend of October 24-25, with campsite decorating, seed spitting, pumpkin carving, a costume contest, scream contest, daytime Autumn hayrides, and for the first time...
Poor Leah. All she wanted in the world was Jacob's love. But he only loved her sister, Rachel. (That's a tough place to be!) Her father had tricked Jacob during the wedding ceremony, substituting the older daughter for the younger...
MOREHEAD — Reno (Rennie) Davis of Lancaster and Austin Casebolt of Pikeville were named Morehead State University's 2014 Homecoming Queen and King Saturday, Oct. 4
LOUISVILLE — Madison Blake Howell, a native of Grethel has taken home the crown of National American Miss Kentucky 2014, and is on her way to the national pageant in Anaheim, Calif.
Some things make me excited and nauseous at the same time. I am thrilled at the event or opportunity but could throw up at any moment. Like…the first day of school, Christmas Eve, getting my hair cut, each time I teach Sunday School, going to...
PRESTONSBURG — Kentucky Art Tribe will host an art exhibition at the Mountain Arts Center, Oct. 4-31, entitled “Bello Morte.”Kentucky Art Tribe is a regional art group founded by local artist Donna Williams.
PRESTONSBURG – Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) held its annual Alumni Homecoming on Friday, September 19 on its Prestonsburg campus.
PAINTSVILLE – Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) will host Music in the Park at 6 p.m., Friday, October 10, on its Mayo campus.
Breaks Interstate Park will host the fourth annual Appalachian Heritage Festival on Oct. 11-12, showcasing regional crafters, musicians, and time-honored Appalachian traditions.
I read a story about a prostitute who desperately wanted a change in her life: