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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: For What It’s Worth

 Every internet user has experienced the loss of important copy that cannot be retrieved. It has happened to me more than once, this morning for example. I was ready to send my article that I had written yesterday to the newspaper when poof....it disappeared. No amount of...

Posted On 19 Aug 2009
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Obituary Notcies for 8-19-09

 Obituary Notices for 8-19-09 Bertha Canada, 53 James Eldon McNeil, 77 Dorothy Helen Pridnia Curtis, 81 Deborah A. Smith, 54 Daryl Eugene Sawyers, 53 James "Otis" Reynolds, 74 Frances S. Reeves, 81 Cindy Mayfield, 73 Noel G. Wilson, 75 Dorothy Jean Sweeney, 82...
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Gabbard-Sparks to wed

Terry and Sharon Gabbard, of London, wish to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Tera Suzanne Gabbard, to Michael Jeffrey Sparks, the son of Mike and Margaret Sparks, of Corbin. 

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Prewitt-Hill announce upcoming wedding

Richard and Nina Prewitt and Joe and Faye Hill, all of Williamsburg, are pleased to announce the upcoming marriage of their children, Megan Prewitt and Jeff Hill. 

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Satterfield-Thornton to wed

 William and Bonnie Satterfield of Rockholds, Ky. and John and Laura Logan of Corbin, Ky. would like to announce the up coming marriage of their children, Erica Lynn Satterfield and Marcus Anthony Thornton, on Saturday, August 29, 2009.

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Announcing Mr. and Mrs. Sherrow

Michelle Dawn Kretzer and Andrew Lloyd Sherrow were united in marriage June 20, 2009. The wedding and reception were held at the Hilary J. Boone Center at the University of Kentucky. Reverend Jeff King officiated.  

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Eckert 50th Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Maxine Parks) Eckert, of Corbin, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on August 21, 2009 in Palm Springs, Calif., where they were married in 1959.  

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EXTRA CONTENT: Men who were accused of fighting dogs now suing Laurel deputy

Two men accused by authorities and later exonerated of fighting dogs at a southern Laurel County home in mid-2008 are suing the Laurel County Sheriff's Department and the Deputy who arrested them for malicious prosecution, false arrest and slander.

Whitley School Board approves plan to build freshman academy, fieldhouse

The Whitley County Board of Education authorized construction of a freshman academy for the high school, a new roof for the middle school, and a field house for the new soccer complex during its monthly meeting Thursday.

Posted On 19 Aug 2009

EXTRA CONTENT: Local company accused of violating Clean Water, Endangered Species Acts

Federal prosecutors are accusing a London-based natural gas company of illegally polluting a local water source and killing an endangered species of fish.

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