April 19 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

April 19 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

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Displaced Coal Miner Training

The Center for Rural Development’s Displaced Coal Miner Training (DCMT) program is continuing to provide technical skills training for displaced coal miners and former coal employees in 13 Kentucky counties. For more information on the Displaced Coal Miner Training program, contact Robyn Phillips at 606-677-6000 or visit dcmt.centertech.com to view a complete list of courses available through the training catalog.


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Manage Your Spring Allergies

Spring is in the air, which means sneezing, coughing and puffy eyes are on the horizon. The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) estimates that nearly 50 million Americans each year suffer from nasal allergies and Kentucky is commonly ranked among the worst places to live with spring allergies by the AAFA. This spring, KentuckyOne Health is offering tips on how to manage your seasonal allergies, often referred to as hay fever, as trees and flowers begin to bloom.


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Biggs vs. NewDay

As a veteran the New Day USA caught my attention with their ad on TV. Their ad to veterans to refinance their mortgages on their home loans, I called about the ideal of getting a loan on a home they wouldn’t talk to me unless I already had a mortgaged home. See the article in this week’s Manchester Enterprise….


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Redbird Ranger Field Trip

Forest management officials with the Redbird Ranger District will host a field trip for groups and individuals interested in the South Red Bird Landscape Assessment in Clay and Leslie counties. The field trip participants will visit two sites within the proposed project area. At the first stop, discussions will focus primarily on current forest age-class distribution and wildlife habitat diversity. The second stop will be at the former Steel Trap mine site to review potential restoration activities.


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Golden Reunion

21 years old and going strong – Celebration on Golden Creek

Each year since 1996 Golden family members have gathered at the old Golden Cemetery . By 1998 many family were attending the gathering from as far away as MI, TX,OK, MN, OH, TN, FL and IN. Since these family members had to spend Friday night to be in town for the Saturday reunion we decided to get together on Friday night too. This gathering began in hotel rooms, area restaurants and in parking lots. So beginning in 2003 the annual Friday night gathering was added and held at the Cumberland Inn. The Friday night gathering allowed for the family to share copies of genealogy, pictures, Bibles and to spread out family histories, old maps etc, thus the beginning of the Friday night genealogy gathering.


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