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Flood waters swept Johnson County, Kentucky, in July 2015. More than 100 homes were destroyed and another 300 were damaged. Some called it the worst damage they'd ever seen.     Christian Appalachian Project's Disaster Response Team is helping...

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Mountain Spirit

By Elizabeth James Rob Lawson grew up in Whitley County, outside of Corbin, Ky., surrounded by poverty everywhere he looked. He remembers each detail all too vividly: “I went to school each day with kids who lived in substandard housing, and I saw...

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He stood there with his feet in the dead leaves and the mossy green undergrowth, a board etched with the words “Liz’s Landing” hanging quietly above his head.  Mousy-haired and boney as only an 11-year-old can be, he stood before an audience of his...

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The scenery around here never ceases to intrigue me. Although my hometown is only about 150 miles north of here, sometimes I look around and feel like I'm a world away. One thing that catches my attention is the prevalence of lilies here. It’s a...

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Take a look into an Elderly Commodities distribution day at CAP's Grateful Bread Food Pantry in Rockcastle county. Last week's distribution was a huge team effort between long-term volunteers Anne, Elizabeth and Carolina along with community and...

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