This oral history discusses issues within the Casey County community. Mr. Burkhard also talks about his responsibilities as an editor, his writing style, and different types of printing. The interview is the second of a three part series.
This oral history highlights some of Fred Burkhard's stories during his career. It also discusses the logistics of running a community newspaper, and some of his relationships with people in the community. The interview is the third of a three part series
This oral history involves Sonny & Judy Branham, the publishers and editors of Cumberland County News. It describes their backgrounds, interests in news, as well as the role and function of a community paper.
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.
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 Interview, Charles House, editor of the Manchester Herald, places great emphasis on the coal industry's impact on Clay County's economy. He also discusses his background and publishing routine.
In this interview, Ed Easterly, owner-editor of the Jessamine Journal, discusses his background and his decision to settle in Jessamine County. He also discusses some of his most interesting stories and particular Jessamine County problems.
In this interview, James Burdine, Editor/ Publisher of The Observer, discusses his education, military service, his positions held at various newspapers, and The Observer itself. Burdine also comments extensively on various newspapers.
In this interview, Robert Watson, Editor of the Hazard Herald Voice, reflects on his many years in the newspaper business and the papers that he has been associated with. He also discusses his education and military service, and the differences between daily, weekly, locally owned and chain newspapers.
In this interview, Paul Meadows, Editor of the Carrollton News Democrat, discusses his personal background, the logistics of printing a paper, his staff, and his positions prior to getting into the newspaper business.