Photo by Lisa Bicknell In 1987, Jack and Teresa Stickney bought their first 60-plus acres of mostly wooded land on Lilly Ferry Rd. That was the beginning of the fulfillment of a dream. Jack said he was working as a geologist on an oil rig decades ago, reading Mother Earth News, and telling himself, “One […]
by Lisa Bicknell, CVT Editor Trapp Elementary School, once home of the Trapp Eagles, is now being re-purposed as a transitional home for women veterans and their children, says Wanda Martin, Clark County Coordinator for Lady Veterans Connect. The old Trapp school was empty for a couple of years, but it is getting a fresh […]
The Ravenna Railroad Festival is geared toward kids, and there were smiles aplenty on Saturday. The weather was fine for a childrens’ parade, hayrides, train rides and lots of other autumn fun.
The Estill County Board of Education held a special work session on Wednesday, Sept. 13, to review RFPs (architect proposals). The board must hire an architect firm before they can proceed with plans for the proposed new Career and Tech center. Superintendent Jeffrey Saylor said he received proposals from seven architect firms. The board discussed […]
by Lisa Bicknell CVT Editor It’s likely there will be several camera-toting individuals at this year’s Kickin’ It on the Creek music festival at Little Rosses Creek, but there will be only one Malcolm Wilson. As he’s been doing for decades, he will be documenting “the honest story of Appalachia.” Wilson is a photographer, marketer, […]
Most were well behaved for the annual Revive River Drive, but while Irvine Police Department Chief Brad Smith patrolled, he observed a red Chevy Camaro burning tires and spinning in the middle of the road. Smith reported that he immediately activated his lights and sirens to conduct a traffic stop, but the Camaro immediately took […]
By LISA BICKNELL CV&T News Editor What is the supreme law of the land? How many U.S. senators are there? How many justices are on the Supreme Court? How well can you answer basic civics questions? Beginning with the class of 2019, Kentucky students will have to pass a civics test of 100 questions to […]
Photo courtesy of Lauren Rothenhauser People of all ages came out of their homes and places of employment to catch a glimpse of the Great American Eclipse on Monday, August 21.
Photo by Lisa Bicknell A new set of corn hole boards was but one of the gifts Dr. James Hill received during a reception to celebrate his 40 years of caring for local patients. Hill says he has no plans to retire anytime soon, though. By LISA BICKNELL CV&T News Editor Any patient of Dr. […]
Photos submitted Natascha Richardson was recently honored in a White Coat Ceremony for students of the University of Louisville School of Medicine. Natascha Richardson was one of incoming medical students who were welcomed into the University of Louisville School of Medicine community during a recent “White Coat Ceremony” that seeks to impress upon students the […]