On old Highway 25 on the way to Barbourville, a log cabin sits off the road next to Antiques and Accents. The cabin appears to be a relic, the logs worn and weathered with time. But this is no ordinary log home. It is unlike any other in the Tri-County; its logs are made of concrete.
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Victor Edwards, of Williamsburg served in the Viet Nam War as a hospital corpsman. As others prepare for this year’s 4th of July celebrations, Edwards says the holiday holds a different meaning to those who have served their country. Especially those who have served in combat.
Back to basics
Claude Hensley is quite the local celebrity at Forest Bowling lanes in Corbin, where he and his wife are frequent visitors. While warming up, ball in hand, greetings come from all around.
New Store, Old Memories
Moon Pie and a cold RC Cola — like a Norman Rockwell painting, just the thought brings back memories of a slower, more leisurely era.
it’s another scaled-back summer
Americans aren’t in the mood to spend much on travel this summer.
More people are expected to hit the road than did last year, but their budgets will be tighter because of high unemployment, stock markets in retreat and a still-fragile economy.
Fun on the Fly
Todd Weeks, a 50-year-old fly fisherman, sits at small mobile worktable, clamps a fishing hook into a vice and winds its shank with dark-green thread.
“When I first saw that uniform, I knew that I wanted it. I just didn’t know it would be that hard to earn it.— GySgt Johnny McKnight
Name that Baby
Mom and Dad may be looking to popular vampire books and the first family for baby names: Cullen is on the rise for boys and Malia for girls. But Miley and Jonas are down, proving that acclaim can be fleeting.
Slugger museum offers glimpse into baseball's past
Grabbing a bat once swung by Johnny Bench brought a rush of cherished memories for James Montgomery during a visit to the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory — where baseball memorabilia mixes with a close-up look at how the famed bats are crafted.
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