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In this interview, Ms. Perlina Anderkin, editor of The Mount Vernon Signal, discusses the logistics of putting out a paper, her work week, and many issues within Rockcastle County.

In this interview, Mr. Bill Simpson, editor of the Wayne County Outlook, recollects on his many years of experience with the newspaper. He also discusses how the paper is organized and printed.

In this interview, Myron Worley, Editor of the Pioneer News, discusses the history of the Pioneer News, the type of news that is printed in the paper, and the paper's editorial policy. He also discusses many issues in the county, major decision…

In this interview, Celia and Robert McDonald, Editors of the Larue County Herald News, discuss their background and education. They also discuss decision makers and outstanding people in the community.

In this interview, Gerald Lush, Editor of the Hardin County News/Enterprise, discusses his education, "chain newspapers", the type of news printed in his paper, and many county related issues.

In this interview, Sara Falls, Editor of the Express News, discusses her personal background, career, and Pike County.

In this interview, James Owen, Editor of The Henry County Local, discusses the Miss America Pageant, awards that he has received, the circulation of the paper, and his staff.

In this interview, Louise Hatmaker, editor and publisher of the Jackson Times and the Beattyville Enterprise, comments on her activities as an editor and as a publisher.

In this interview, Mr. Lou Derossett, editor of the Middlesboro Daily News, recollects his experiences as a newsman, and discusses the operation of a daily newspaper.

In this interview, Mr. Tim Cornett, former editor of The Pineville Sun and Cumberland Courier, discusses his years with the paper. He became the editor of the paper at age 17.

In this interview, Ms. Rachel Kamuf, editor of the Whitley Republican, recollects her early life as well as her move to Williamsburg. She further discusses problems and issues in the county.

In this interview, W. Bruce Ayers, editor of the Tri-City News, discusses the routine of operating a newspaper and his interests in being a newsman. He is a professor at Southeast Community College.

In this interview, Mrs. Margaret Keith, editor of the Sentinel Echo, discusses her background as well as her early life around the newspaper. She discusses events and decision makers in Laurel County.

In this oral history, Mr. David Shew, assistant publisher of the Richmond Daily Register, discusses The Eastern Accent, a newspaper he started, as well as his job and the decision makers in Madison Co.

In this oral history, Daniel Bennett, the editor for the Richmond Daily Register, discusses the advertising aspect of the paper as well as the endorsement and editorial policies of the newspaper.

In this oral history, Mrs. Terry Norfleet, publisher of the Russel Springs Times Journal, discusses the problems of running a newspaper and social problems of Russel County.

In this oral history, Mr. Waggener, Editor-Publisher of Waggener-Walker Newspapers, Inc., discusses the way in which he operates his newspapers and the services they provide.

This oral history discusses the career of A.B. Gibson, the editor and publisher of Clinton County News. Mr. Gibson describes his early career in the business, as well as the responsibility of a county paper.