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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Eighteen Years is a Landmark for Me

I'm combing through gray hair now. And my wrinkles are a little more prominent. The state of my mind is open to question, the jury is still out on that one. Lots of changes have taken place over the eighteen years and five computers ago when I started writing this column. But...

Posted On 02 Sep 2009
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Obituary Notices for September 2, 2009

 Obituary Notices for September 2, 2009   Liza Raleigh Romines, 83 Genivieve Lawson, 69 Donald Eugene Kirk, 36 Josesph David Webb, 49 Ruth Ann Westerfield, 88 Wilma Manis, 56 Reba and Irvin Snyder Hester Bethina Barnhill, 73 Pamela Renee Hawn, 40 Eula Mae Brown, 79...
Posted On 02 Sep 2009
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PRIDE awards $38,750 for education in Whitley County

This year, 4,365 students in Whitley County will enjoy hands-on lessons in good stewardship, thanks to PRIDE Environmental Education Grants. Eastern Kentucky PRIDE announced today that 10 grant applicants from Whitley County were awarded a total of $38,750. 

Posted On 02 Sep 2009
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Pace-Love announce forthcoming marriage

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Pace of Corbin, are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Lindsay Blair, to Daniel Wesley Lowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Lowe. 

Posted On 02 Sep 2009
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South Corbin barn consumed by fire

A portion of Highway 26 in south Corbin was shut down for nearly an hour last Wednesday while fire crews surrounded property owned by Pennington Farms as a barn...

Posted On 02 Sep 2009
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Former Corbin police officer, city commission candidate pleads guilty to DUI

A former local police officer and Corbin City Commission candidate has agreed to plead guilty to a DUI charge related to his arrest in May by Kentucky State Police.

EXTRA CONTENT: Jury awards $3.3 million to family in medical malpractice case

A Whitley Circuit Court Jury recently handed down a $3.3 million verdict in a medical malpractice case involving a Corbin doctor.

Posted On 02 Sep 2009

Whitley health officials, schools preparing for Swine Flu threat

Wash your hands with soap and warm water and dry them thoroughly. Cover you mouth when you cough. Use hand sanitizer. If your child has a fever over 100...

Posted On 02 Sep 2009

Electric car company announces plans to locate plant in Williamsburg

A company that plans to produce electric vehicles is apparently headed to Whitley County and should employ over 50 people in a few months.

Posted On 02 Sep 2009

Local petition seeks to make Corbin schools serve healthier lunches

All across the country, children and adults alike are battling obesity and Kentucky is in the thick of the fight.
According to recent statistics...

Posted On 02 Sep 2009
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