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Cindy Peck was born in Dayton, Ohio, and graduated from Stanford High School in Stanford, Kentucky, in 1973; upon which she immediately enrolled at EKU. She changed her major six times before settling on English. In this interview, Peck describes her…
In this interview, Tim Bostic, Editor of the Salyersville Independent, discusses Magoffin County, his personal background and his position as Mayor of the city. He also discusses his relationship with other politicians and the local school system.
In this interview, Howard Greene, Editor of the Mount Sterling Advocate, discusses his early life and a history of the newspaper. He also comments on various issues in the county.
In this interview, James Edelen, editor of the Sentinel News, discusses the rising cost of publishing a paper and the main role of the newspaper in the community.
In this interview, Jane Hutton, editor and publisher of The Harrodsburg Herald, discusses the logistics of publishing a weekly newspaper, as well as the newspapers' responsibility to the community.
In this interview, Mr. James Crawford, editor of The Corbin Times Tribune, discusses the daily operation of his newspaper, and problems involved with reporting the news.
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.
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.