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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Some things just bear looking in to

 Call me a doubting Thomas, but there are some things I refuse to take at face value. For example, the woman who mistakenly threw out a mattress she said had almost $1 million dollars inside, setting off a frantic search through tons of garbage at a number of landfills in...

Posted On 17 Jun 2009
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Obituary Notices for June 17, 2009

Obituary Notices for June 17, 2009   Brenda J. Cox, 61 Ellis Addison Hill, 91 Lavada Davis, 84 James William Perry, 49 Arnold Blaine Taylor, 70 George B. Lawson, 78 Pauline Wyatt, 67 Glenn E. Rains, 54 Jackie Lou Johnson Whitehead, 82 Roy Prewitt Sr., 65 Opal Dixon, 95...
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Monhollen-Silcox announce engagement and forthcoming marriage

  Mr. and Mrs. Riley Monhollen are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Tiffany Monhollen, of Williamsburg, to Johnny Silcox, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Theodore Silcox Jr. of Newcomb, Tenn.

Posted On 17 Jun 2009
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Stroud-Jacobs to wed

  Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stroud would like to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Holly Amanda Stroud, to Zachary Marshall Jacobs, son of Don and Vicki Jacobs of Kingsport, Tenn.

Posted On 17 Jun 2009
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Taylor-Sears announce forthcoming marriage

 Eulas and Vicki Taylor of Corbin and Russell and Sue Strunk of Williamsburg are please to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Christy Nicole, to Glen Casey Sears. Casey is the son of Keith and Patricia Sears of Gray. 

Posted On 17 Jun 2009
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Weaver 50th Anniversary

 Melvin and Jane Weaver will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, June 20.

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Appeals court rules in favor of woman in child custody complaint

The Kentucky Court of Appeals has upheld a Whitley County circuit judge's 2007 ruling dismissing a lawsuit against the mother of a police officer, who reported suspected child abuse by a neighbor to authorities.

Posted On 17 Jun 2009

Keavy couple to plead guilty to threatening witness

Two Keavy residents accused of threatening a confidential informant for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives plan to plead guilty today to charges against them in federal court.

EXTRA CONTENT: Woodbine woman settles lawsuit with local factory

A Whitley County woman who claims she was discriminated against and then fired by a local auto parts manufacturer because she suffered an injury on the job has settled a year-old lawsuit against the company.

Corbin to ask that occupational tax collected by Knox Co. be escrowed if appeal filed

While Knox County officials have vowed to fight a recent court ruling that would essentially gut a good portion of the county's one percent payroll tax on workers and companies, Corbin city leaders say no one should get to spend the revenue in question until the issue is...

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