A shed on a hillside at the Letcher County home of Jerry and Veronica Collins displays a Confederate battle flag and the American flag. Veronica Collins said she's gotten no complaints.
A shed on a hillside at the Letcher County home of Jerry and Veronica Collins displays a Confederate battle flag and the American flag. Veronica Collins said she's gotten no complaints. Herald-Leader
A shed on a hillside at the Letcher County home of Jerry and Veronica Collins displays a Confederate battle flag and the American flag. Veronica Collins said she's gotten no complaints. Herald-Leader

Kentuckians who fly Confederate flags have no plans to take them down

July 05, 2015 05:08 PM

UPDATED July 06, 2015 11:45 AM

More Videos

  • The Wildlands of Pine Mountain: KNLT promo video

    Wildlands are an essential part of life on our planet, and it is essential for our future that we protect and steward them. Pine Mountain is a 125-mile forested ridgeline in Central Appalachia that is a critical wildlife refuge and migratory route through a region familiar with extensive resource extraction. For over 20 years the Kentucky Natural Lands Trust has worked to protect, connect and restore this expansive biological treasure. The Pine Mountain Wildlands Corridor is the largest conservation effort in Kentucky's history.