Wednesday, 25 January 2012 13:44
Two Clay County brothers are to be arraigned Monday, February 6, in Clay Circuit Court on charges of sodomy and sexual abuse with a person less than 12 years of age.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 January 2012 13:45
Wednesday, 25 January 2012 13:42
Kentucky Mountain Housing awarded PNC Foundation Grant
Kentucky Mountain Housing Development Corporation (KMHDC) has been awarded a grant by the PNC Foundation in the amount of $7,500. The funds will, in turn, be awarded to one or more households to assist with providing either new construction or home rehabilitation services. Additionally, the funds will be awarded to the household(s) in the form of a grant and will serve as subsidy for the cost of the services that the household receives.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 January 2012 13:44
Wednesday, 18 January 2012 18:38
The Fifth Annual Manchester Martin Luther King, Jr., March was held Monday. Beginning at the St. Paul A.M.E. Church on Town Branch, the marchers walked about a mile to the Pennington Hill Park and then returned to a service and dinner at the church.
Elected officials and community leaders joined members of the church in the march.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 January 2012 18:39
Wednesday, 18 January 2012 18:36
Going against the grain of religions splitting, two local churches have combined.
Pastor Doug Abner of the Community Church said Tuesday that his church and the City of Hope Church officially became one on January 1. Donald Sims, the pastor at City of Hope, is the lead pastor of the new church, which is called the City of Hope Community Fellowship. It is located at the Clay County Shopping Center.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 January 2012 18:37
Wednesday, 18 January 2012 18:35
(Submitted by the University of the Cumberlands)
In the summer of 2010, University of Cumberland (UC) Assistant Professor of Art Geraldine Allen, a native of Clay County, was approached on the subject of creating a stained glass fixture for the newly built Whitley County Judicial Center. Allen, who has created multiple works of art, didn’t let the opportunity slip by.
The stained glass window that she created at the main entrance of the Judicial Center is a collection of three panels with the method of construction used pioneered by Tiffany. It is a modified jeweler’s technique of joining parts by running a solid line of (in this case, 40 percent lead, 60 percent tin) solder over adhesive-backed copper foil edging that is burnished around each piece of glass.
“In some cultures, our of reverence for God, who is the only perfect creator, artisans deliberately include some type of imperfection in their work,” said Allen. “The first completed of the three pictorial panels has such a line. By the time the third panel was finished, the notion of perfection had become amusing. At last seeing the panels sealed into their places is very gratifying, however I expect there will forever be pieces and parts that I would move around or change if possible, lines that could have taken a different path, etc. Those are the parts that will keep me humble.”
The window incorporates five different themes that relate to the local area in Cumberland Falls, CSX Railroad, coal, logging with mules, and farming. The artwork was created with a summer landscape in mind, taking pictures from around the countryside and adding in various elements that she saw into her creation.
“It is my hope that the windows will survive a long time as a source of some measure of joy and wonder for those who enter into their space,” said Allen.
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