Pet of the Week – 8/19/20

Duncan is a one-and-a-half-year-old male lab mix. He’s very friendly and loves to go for walks. Duncan has a $25 adoption fee to an approved home. Stop by the Carter … Read More

Uncle Jack Fultz’s Memories of Carter County: Sacrificing for the good of others

As Americans we truly love our freedoms – including the freedom to complain, especially about perceived restrictions on those freedoms. Today, as the nation battles COVID-19, some of those complaints … Read More

Late to the Game(s): Weekly free games

For the next 24 hours you can get A Total War Saga: Troy for free from the Epic Games Store. The PC version of the game doesn’t have an ESRB … Read More

Carter County Poetry Society 2020 contest

Carter County Poetry Society president Lorie Zientara has released the group’s 2020 poetry contest categories. Each category has a $2 entry fee, with the exception of the Grand Prix, which … Read More

Pet of the Week 8/12/20

Lady is a two-year-old Great Pyrenees mix. She’s a very friendly girl and walks well on a leash. Lady has a reduced $25 adoption fee to an approved home. Stop … Read More

On With the Show!

Participants in the annual Olive Hill Historical Society’s Center for Arts & Education event, “On With the Show” included Audra Foltz, Angela Messer Fultz, Kiersten Harris, Melanie McDowell, Amy Greene, … Read More

Uncle Jack Fultz’s Memories of Carter County: House breakers and banjo pickers

There is a tendency for each generation to look at what is going on around them and assume things are worse today than they were in the past. That there … Read More

Fresh produce and a smile

Vendors at the Olive Hill Farmer’s Market last Wednesday said they were happy with the way sales have been going lately. Isaac Bond, with Rose Ridge Farm, who has been … Read More

Late to the Game(s): Adam’s Venture: Origins – A family friendly adventure game

Sometimes it seems like it’s difficult to impossible to find a game that you can find compelling for you, as an adult, and that you don’t mind having your kids … Read More

Uncle Jack Fultz’s Memories of Carter County: Crime and punishment

Triple murder rocked Olive Hill  On March 21, 1918 the Carter County Herald published a short piece calling on the people of the county to come together to “quell” crime … Read More

Pet of the Week 8/5/20

Sampson is a senior male cross breed. He’s a laid back, 70 pound love bug! Sampson is already neutered and has a reduced adoption fee of $25. Stop by the … Read More

On with the show!

 Audra Foltz (left) and Angela Messer Fultz (right) practice for the annual On With The Show event at the Olive Hill Historical Society. On With the Show will be on … Read More

Uncle Jack Fultz’s Memories of Carter County: Vintage ads give us view of the past

One thing is a constant in the news business, and that is that advertising is our life blood. Without it, the business can’t survive.  Enjoy these vintage ads, circa 1918, … Read More

H.E.L.P. – Health Equipment Loan Program helps fill the gap

Jean Adams understands illness. She was formally diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, a potentially disabling disease of the central nervous system, when she was 54-years-old. But, she noted, she’s “always been … Read More

Late to the Game(s): Nostalgia remastered

Cult Classic Chex Quest video game back in HD Back in 1996 I was 21-years-old. I made a lot of questionable decisions that year. It’s the privilege of youth, to … Read More

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