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Our Favorite Facebook Photos: 7/18/14

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Jul 18, 2014 Our Favorite Facebook Photos

Pictured from left to right: Randolph "Ole Ran'l" McCoy, Johnse Hatfield, Roseanna McCoy and Capt. William Anderson "Devil Anse" Hatfield.

Photos courtesy of Pike County KY Tourism Commission ("Devil Anse" Hatfield photo courtesy West Virginia State Archives)

Hatfields & McCoys, Revisited: Week 4 - "Religion and the Feud."

Was the Logan County area devoid of religion? The records clearly show this to be untrue. By Randy Marcum, historian at the West Virginia Archives in Charleston, West Virginia, descendant of Alexander Messer and a cousin to the Hatfield family. more »

Jul 11, 2014 Hatfields & McCoys, Revisited

Our Favorite Facebook Photos: 7/11/14

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Jul 11, 2014 Our Favorite Facebook Photos

Midway, we felt invincible.

Seeing Southern

Seeing Southern: Mud On My Face On The Hatfield McCoy Trails

As a travel journalist, I know the prerequisite of this job: the willingness to tackle new things. And on this day, this enthusiast found herself in the Appalachian mountains of West Virginia, on a four-wheeled all-terrain vehicle, heading north. more »

Jul 9, 2014 Seeing Southern

Our Favorite Facebook Photos: 7/4/14

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Jul 3, 2014 Our Favorite Facebook Photos

Pictured from left to right: Randolph "Ole Ran'l" McCoy, Johnse Hatfield, Roseanna McCoy and Capt. William Anderson "Devil Anse" Hatfield.

Photos courtesy of Pike County KY Tourism Commission ("Devil Anse" Hatfield photo courtesy West Virginia State Archives)

Hatfields & McCoys, Revisited: Week 3

By Tom Dotson, author of "The Hatfields & McCoys after Kevin Costner: Rescuing History." more »

Jul 1, 2014 Hatfields & McCoys, Revisited

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Seeing Southern: Step Back in Time at The Old Sautee Store

On our journey to find solitude, every now and then, we trip over places that have succeeded in capturing and preserving the past. The Old Sautee Store in the North Georgia mountains has been around as long as I have. And it hasn't changed a smidgen. more »

Jul 1, 2014 Seeing Southern

Jessica Wright

The Wannabe Chef: Greek Turkey Burgers

These yummy Greek turkey burgers. They’re chock full of good-for-you stuff – red onion, sun-dried tomatoes, spinach and feta – and topped with a refreshing yogurt sauce. more »

Jul 1, 2014 , Behind BRC

Clearing wildflowers of overgrowth, an unexpected perk: a box turtle encounter.

Elizabeth Hunter

From The Farm: Pathways

The work around the homestead has the double result of clearing the present and revealing the past. more »

Jul 1, 2014 From the Farm (1 Comments)

The view from White Rock Cliff is well worth the steep climb to it.

Leonard Adkins

The Hike: Little Sluice/Cedar Creek Loop

This 13-mile, two-state circuit offers great vistas, some steep climbs and nice campsites for a weekend outing. more »

Jul 1, 2014 The Hike

These little brown bats are infected with white-nose syndrome.

Brooke Hines, KY Dept of Fish & Wildlife Resources

Creature Feature: Bats Under Threat

White-nose syndrome is decimating populations of these cave-dwelling, insect-devouring mammals. more »

Jul 1, 2014 Creature Feature

A coal-slurry spill polluted a creek in West Virginia’s Kanawha County.

Erin Savage

Mountain Report: Coal-slurry Spill Pollutes Creek in West Virginia’s Kanawha County.

Plus: White House Salutes Youth Effort, Southern Appalachian wilderness stewards recognized for programs engaging young people in conservation initiatives and more. more »

Jul 1, 2014 Mountain Report

The white flowers, clumped along the stem, are easy to miss. They expand into clusters of spiky scarlet seedpods containing ricin-laced “beans.”

Elizabeth Hunter

Mountain Garden: Holy Moly! It’s a Castor Oil Plant

The plant’s poisonous seeds don’t preclude growing “something out of maurice sendak’s imagination.” more »

Jul 1, 2014 Mountain Garden

Guest Column, Ron Tipton: Protecting the Appalachian Trail

Ron Tipton is Executive Director/CEO of the Appalachian Trail Conservancy. more »

Jul 1, 2014 Guest Columnists

From the Editor: How to Stop Grafitti on the Trail?

Incidences are up. Do you have an idea on a catch message that might stick in people’s minds and make a difference? more »

Jul 1, 2014 From the Editor

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