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Naming the forgotten

Story Mark Williams | Photography Mark Williams, Sarah Simmons High atop a hill overlooking the city of Athens, ...

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Sweets and spirits

Story Dawn Nolan | Photography Rachael Layne Portsmouth, Ohio, celebrated National Donut Day (June 4) earlier this year ...

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‘The mom and pop shop for horror’

Story Dawn Nolan | Photography Submitted An abandoned video rental store sounds like a potential setting for a ...

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Media Range: Artist utilizes pumpkins, printmaking and more

Story Amanda Larch | Photography Rachael Layne Local artist Sean Kelley switches up his artistic endeavors each fall ...

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Down on the farm

Story Dawn Nolan | Photography Shannon Shank With nearly 30 attractions, Gritt’s Fun Farm lives up to its ...

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Take a step back in time

Story Amanda Larch | Photography Jeremy Holtzapfel Stepping through the hidden door at Sal’s Italian Eatery and Speakeasy ...

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Family vineyard delights the senses

Story Benita Heath | Photography Kayla Niece Cliches may be a bore but they still retain a core ...

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South Ashland boutique offers stylish options

Story Dawn Nolan | Photography Shannon Shank Christina Wamsley and Haley Layman have been friends since childhood. More ...

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Artist builds community through color

Story Dawn Nolan | Photography Shannon Shank, Submitted At just 23 years old, Ashland native Madeline Tipton is ...

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Flavor on tap

Story by Dawn Nolan | Photography by Shannon Shank Barboursville, West Virginia has a special place in Jason ...

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Culbertson Mansion – Kentucky bed and breakfast is rich in history

Story by Benita Heath | Photography by Sarah Simmons, Mark Williams The sun was streaming through an upstairs ...

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Records spinning in Orbit’s

Story by Dawn Nolan For local restauranteur Jason Beter, opening a record store was a different type of ...

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Decades of service

Story by Benita Heath In 1912, S. J. Glick started a furniture store on Fourth Avenue in Huntington ...

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Forever from Lawrence County

Nora Swango Stanger is a Lawrence County native and Appalachian outreach coordinator for Sinclair Community College. The focus ...

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Celebrating mother nature

By Benita Heath, For The Ironton Tribune While many may curse Mother Nature, whether it be from freezing ...

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