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LOCAL FOURTH OF JULY FESTIVITIES

News Journal reporters Trent Knuckles and Chris Parsons catch...

Posted On 08 Jul 2009
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Ledington selected as Corbin baseball coach

The search for a new head baseball coach at Corbin High School is over and as some expected, a familiar face will be taking over the reigns for the Redhounds.

Posted On 08 Jul 2009
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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: TV Overkill

  FROM THE BLOGS:

What people are saying:

Never in all my born days have I seen a spectacle to compare with television coverage as blatant as the coverage of Michael Jackson's death this past week. I agree that he was unique. I agree that he was a...

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Obituary Notices for July 8, 2009

Obituary Notices for July 8, 2009   Henry Allen Campbell, 91 Lana Jeanette Lynch, 66 Emmanuel Jeremiah Smith Sr., 87 Clyde Strunk, 85 James McVey, 71 Ravin Whitney, 30 Robert Inbody, 86   View complete obituary information by subscribing to the E-edition at...
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Harris-McKeehan to wed

 Mr. and Mrs. David and Karen Harris would like to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Andrea Lea Harris, to Derrick Chad McKeehan, son of Patrick and Kathy McKeehan of Rockholds. 

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Local woman participates in bed building project through AmeriCorp program

 Every day on the job is a rewarding one for local AmeriCorps volunteer worker Amber Partin, but when she was presented with the opportunity to take a more hands-on approach to helping those in need, she couldn’t pass it up. 

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Corbin teen dies after falling off trunk of car

A local 13-year-old died Tuesday morning after falling off the back of a moving vehicle on Cecil Wyatt Road near Corbin.

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EXTRA CONTENT: W’burg man suing company over anti-smoking drug

A Williamsburg man is suing pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, Inc. claiming that a drug the company manufactures to help people stop smoking caused him to have a motorcycle wreck in 2008.

Protesters talk taxes, freedom at Corbin TEA Party

About 35 people were on hand this past Saturday in Corbin for a "Tea...

EXTRA CONTENT: After complaint to state alcohol officials, Elks decide to open own restaurant

A month after being warned by local authorities about selling alcohol without a liquor license, a Corbin club is preparing to open an "upscale restaurant" in an effort to qualify for a license and bolster membership.

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