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Appalachian food and heritage celebrated at Hindman Settlement School

June 4, 2014
Delicious homemade pies were offered to the public free during the Food Summit event. (Photo by Jordan Thomas Hall)

By JORDAN THOMAS HALL The first Appalachian Food Summit: A Celebration of Our Appalachian Food Heritage was held Sunday at the Hindman Settlement School. The multi-state gathering, the first of its kind, brought together authors, chefs, farmers, advocates, scholars and consumers dedicated to preserving traditional Appalachian foodways and supporting a future where farming, local...

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The Spiritual Woman

June 4, 2014

By Bev Bentley Wilson Most of us have heard the Bible story about Jesus feeding a large crowd of people with only five loaves of bread and two fish. I can still see in my mind the picture I saw as a child in Sunday School that illustrated the story… The crowd is sitting...

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Caney News

June 4, 2014

By Martha Baldridge Memorial Day weekend is too often thought of as a time for cook-outs, trips, family gatherings, decorating the graves of family members.  We need to remember that this is most of all a time to honor all veterans for the great sacrifices they made in protecting freedom, which we too often...

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Mousie News

June 4, 2014

By Charlotte Hicks Caudill Next week Hindman High Class of 1971:  The 8th and final installation in the series of my Hindman High graduating class will appear in next week’s column. Laurel Fork – an enchanted place:  I was invited to three family reunions and the Carr Creek Fish and Game Club fish fry...

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Bearville Notes

June 4, 2014

By Sherri Hicks I am officially a “grandma.”  Well, I have been since March 2, 2012, but our oldest son Wade adopted the little boy named Ethan and the paperwork was completed this week. Ethan is eight years old and says he needs to be nine before he can learn to spell “Prater” which...

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Knott Health & Rehabilitation Center News

March 14, 2013

Hello, from the staff and residents here at Knott County Health & Rehabilitation Center. March weather continues to be unpredictable — warm enough for short sleeves one day and cold the next. We can’t wait for the warm weather to stay. Everyone is so excited about March Madness. We will be cheering our favorite...

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Carrie Community News

March 14, 2013

By Sylvia Combs Hello, readers — we hope all is well with everyone, but we do have many friends and neighbors that are dealing with serious health problems. We hope you will remember these people in your prayers and all the others that we are unaware that have health problems. Garland Conley said he...

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*2012 Gingerbread Festival Schedule*

September 7, 2012
2012 Gingerbread Festival Schedule

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Carrie Community News

June 7, 2012

By Sylvia Combs Hello, readers! Guess everyone is wondering where our news has been. Well, I went fishing for two weeks in Florida. We had a great time and caught 230 bluegill and shell crackers. That makes for some really great eating. Hope all is well with everyone and that you enjoy the news....

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Knott Health & Rehabilitation Center News

June 7, 2012

Hello, from the staff and residents here at Knott County Health & Rehabilitation Center. Monday, May 28, was Memorial Day. This is a Federal Holiday that was originally called Decoration Day and honored soldiers who had died during the Civil War. The first widespread observance of Decoration Day was held on May 30, 1868....

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