HUNTINGTON - The Cabell-Huntington Convention & Visitors Bureau is proud to announce the formation of its second Geocaching Trail. Thanks to the partnership with The Herald Dispatch, participants will be taken on a tour of historical Huntington locations featured in the “Lost Huntington” series. This is a series of articles recalling vanished Huntington landmarks.
I started thinking the other day and landed on a few ideas. I do that sometimes - wake up to a fast running reel of visuals, drawn out of bed by the promise of a short period of inspiration. I settled in quite comfortably with the thought of something sweet waiting for me at the corner of my desk/nightstand. As if cued by the general "blah" feeling I've been entertaining lately, my brain ran off into a snippet of solutions to check that emotion before "blah" turns to "blue."
HUNTINGTON - In the midst of a telephone interview with The Herald-Dispatch, one of the world's greatest symphony conductors, Keith Lockhart, has to pause and try to keep his composure as the bus around him has just exploded with laughter.
HUNTINGTON - Spring is here in all its glory and we are so glad to see it after the dregs of winter have worn us out.
Cabell land transfers.
NEW YORK - As a kid, Michael Cerveris was a big fan of black-and-white monster movies. But his loyalties weren't always with the humans.
Births from the Tri-State.
This young man is Ryan and he is 11 years-old. When asked about what he would like in a forever family, he said he would like a family who is "supportive and will love me unconditionally."
Catlettsburg, Kentucky has a deep history in the clay works manufacturing business. As early as the 1850s pottery was being produced there. The fine clay deposits, access to fuel and the railroad in the region attracted not only potters but brick and tile makers as well. The potteries mostly made utilitarian goods such as jugs, churns and jars. Regional collectors often look for the name of the pottery and Catlettsburg on the outside of the item.