Photo by Mimi Tucker The Rather Bee Quilting Club presented a quilt to Nannie Muncie, who lost her belongings in a fire. By LISA BICKNELL CV&T News Editor In early October of 2017, Nannie Muncie’s home of more than 50 years was severely damaged when a fire broke out in her living room. Many of […]
By Jerry Eltzroth CV&T Contributor My previous two stories about Harry Dean Stanton jogged some CV&T readers’ memories. Jimmy Smithers, a former Estill County resident who now lives in Miamisburg, Ohio, told me that Harry Dean’s father, Sheridan Harry ‘Shorty’ Stanton was pictured in the Estill County Historical Society’s book titled, “200 Years in Pictures, […]
Photo by Lisa Bicknell The new year began with a blue moon hanging over the frozen landscape. A blue moon happens when there are two full moons within the same month. Fortunately, most blue moons aren’t accompanied by sub-0 temperatures. By LISA BICKNELL CV&T News Editor “Is it cold enough for you?” That’s the question […]
The home of Greg and Rita Woolery, at 671 Cantrell Street, was named grand champion winner in the Kiwanis Club Christmas light contest.
Justin M. Rogers, a Democrat, has recently filed the paperwork to run again for the office of county surveyor. Republican Sharla K. Plowman, a Republican, has announced her campaign to run for Circuit Court Clerk against incumbent Stephanie L. Brinegar, also a Republican. Gary W. Powell, Republican, has joined the race to run with Tom […]
Photo by Lindsey Wood Last week, Caleb Bonny surpassed Delmar McGee’s 60-year-old scoring record. by Andrew Hatton CVT Sports Writer Senior Caleb Bonny made Estill County High School history last week, becoming the all-time leading scorer for Engineer basketball. Bonny broke the record set by Delmar McGee over 60 years ago. Entering the night, Bonny […]
Photo courtesy of Danielle Patrick Traffic tie-ups such as this one at Waco caused problems all around the area Saturday night. By LISA BICKNELL CV&T News Editor Local dispatchers and first responders were busy early Saturday evening, but despite a flurry of calls for help, there were only five injury accidents reported. No one was […]
By LISA BICKNELL CV&T News Editor Photo by Lisa Bicknell Mountain Warriors began the first lef of an memorial march for Lt. Colonel Jeff Cole. Soldiers carried the flag above to Middlesboro. On Friday morning, the first shift of marchers participating in the Inaugural Mountain Warrior Memorial Ruck March departed from the Kentucky National Guard […]
Photo by Lisa Bicknell Rader’s River Grille was filled with excited children eager to have breakfast with Santa on Saturdy morning. Restaurant manager Marsha Porter said 141 children and their families came by for breakfast. The children all received a free personalized ornament.
By LISA BICKNELL CV&T News Editor Despite Elves attempt to unionize, Christmas deliveries to be on schedule During an exclusive interview with the Citizen Voice and Times, Santa Clause recently said “There’s been a little situation with the elves at the North Pole.” According to Santa, Chief Elf Gartrod tried to unionize the elves, and […]