January 30, 2018
Stonecrest Golf Course Prestonsburg KY

Prestonsburg golf course inspires with views of Appalachians

By Anna Kline The game of golf is a calculated risk and reward system, where nature’s unpredictable terrain challenges human patience and skill. It begins with executing the perfect tee shot. The fluid downswing swish, the quick clip where driver meets ball. In an instant the ball is airborne. All […]
January 19, 2018
Jenny Wiley gravesite Prestonsburg KY

Who was Jenny Wiley?

Jenny Wiley’s capture by and ultimate escape from a band of Native Americans seems near impossible to believe. Though in the early days of young America, it was not all that unusual due to constant feuding between the new settlement communities and the Native Americans defending their territories and resources. […]
January 4, 2018
Kristofer Lee Bentley

Kristofer Lee Bentley, Sundy Best and the Kentucky music revolution

By Anna Kline After just a few minutes of conversation with Kristofer Lee Bentley, it is evident there’s just something about him. You get that feeling he is on an extraordinary journey. It’s doubtful those who have met him would dispute this statement: he is an east Kentucky oracle — […]
December 11, 2017
Archer Park Christmas Lights

Archer Park lights make it a Christmas you won’t forget

There is something enchanting about the warm glow of Christmas lights lining rooftops, spiraling around porch columns, and shimmering through neighborhood windows. They fill our heads with heartfelt memories, laughter, and that unavoidable dose of family craziness to keep us on our toes. We like to think there’s nowhere else […]