‘More than just a homeless shelter’

The Scott County Homeless Shelter is no more.Not that the emergency shelter has gone anywhere. It’s still open and still housing an average of...

Brotherly love: Phillips twins followed one another into law enforcement, then into politics

As Ronnie and Donnie Phillips are having their picture taken, Ronnie doesn’t miss an opportunity to chide his brother.“That will never work,” he says....

Deliver holiday flavor with pecan pie

The holiday season is ripe with opportunities to gather around the table with loved ones and enjoy a delicious meal.Elevate your holiday menu with...

Life on the river

“Now, all is quiet in, and around Parch Corn, except the noise of the river, the stamping of the buck or a chant from...

Hidden headstone provides clues about BSF’s history

In terms of what you would expect to see as you round a natural bend in the...

Obeying the call

“I told my wife, we were swinging for a double at New Haven and we hit a home run.” That’s how James Roberts sums up...

Big South Fork encourages visitors to ‘Go Big’

The Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area’s Go Big Challenge is off and running. And with warmer weather setting in with April’s...

‘A mountain horror’

On Jan. 6, 1872, the badly beaten body of a 15-year-old Scott County girl, Angeline Moore, was discovered along a road on Huckleberry Ridge....

Remembering the Glass House

Editor’s Note: The following story appeared in the Summer 1990 edition of the FNB Chronicle, published by First National Bank and included as a...

Buzzard Rock is renowned Kentucky overlook

Just like that, the rain stopped and the sun appeared.The Independence Day weekend was ending on a wet note; thunderstorms had been the story...
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