October 15, 2014 RSS feed / Families & Friends

Church celebrates homecoming

Big Cowan

Hello everyone! Hope everyone is doing well.  The weather has been nasty and rainy, but we sure had a great revival at King’s Chapel Church. I attended every night.  Bro. Don Enfusse was there from Hazard. More...

Blackey Days marks its 50th anniversary

Southern Ohio

The bands at Blackey Days were great as usual. More...

JULY BABY

Blaze Michael Cook was born July 1 at Pikeville Medical Center. He is the son of Maverick and Ashley Cook of Mayking, and has an older brother, Amirah Rain Cook, 4. More...

Airbag did its job

Cowan Creek

Carolina Rayne Eldridge had a wonderful party. She was truly blessed. Her favorite toy was a baby Hassie Wright, T.J. and Alexis got her. She has wagged it everywhere. More...

As a printing supervisor, I had pull

In the early 1960s when things heated up in Viet Nam, my printing department went from eight hours a day to 24/7 over night because all the orders and top-secret war plans we printed. More...

Top students named

Fleming-Neon Middle School has named students to the Honor Roll for the first six weeks of the 2014- 2015 school year: They are:  More...

ANNIVERSARY

Letcher Manor Nursing Home recently celebrated its 25th anniversary with an open house. Dr. Abubakar Tidal and Martha Fields, the dietary manager, were recognized for their years of care and service to the nursing home’s residents. More...

Reunions

To list reunions in The Mountain Eagle’s weekly reunion column, send information in writing to Reunions, The Mountain Eagle, P.O. Box 808, Whitesburg, Ky. 41858. More...

Center to host Halloween party

Fleming-Neon

Fleming-Neon Senior Citizens Center news:  Regular Bingo: Wednesdays at 10:30.  Exercise Bingo: On Fridays if the center is open.  Oct. 15: Indian Creek Flea Market.  Oct. 20: Nutrition Education.  Oct. 22: Unity Day. More...

Scholarship winner

Kennedy Breeding, right, was accompanied by her father, Whitesburg physician Van Breeding, as she was named “Friends of Coal Bowl Queen” during a game between Letcher County Central High School and Harlan County Central. More...

History presentation enjoyed at Blackey Days

Jeremiah

Rain, rain and more rain seems to be our weather pattern lately.  Blackey Days seemed to have had a good turnout despite the rain, and those who attended reported a good time.  More...

More precious memories

Sweet memories linger in my heart of days I lived in the Lynch Coal Camp.  More...