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North Corbin woman dies in early-morning fire at her home Wednesday

An early-morning house fire in north Corbin turned deadly this morning.

Posted On 07 Oct 2009
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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Would you like burnt fingers with that?

  When it comes to food, I like a lot of different cuisines, Italian, Greek, Mexican, German, Chinese. English food I find boring.  Too bland, most of the food I ate while I was there tasted like cardboard. Sorry, but the English have no talent for spices and...

Posted On 07 Oct 2009
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Obituary Notices for October 7, 2009

 Obituary Notices for October 7, 2009   Roger Leon Ball, 63 Helen Imogene Hurst, 77 Hilda Jane Beavers, 78 Frederick Cracium Ruby Elliott, 81 Thomas J. Hornsby, 94 Rev. Manuel Jay Meadors, 77 Darin Russell Rockey, 55 Herman Prewitt, 88 Carl L. Angel, 100 Edna...
Posted On 07 Oct 2009
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Davenport-Bowman announce forthcoming marriage

  The parents of Samantha Davenport of Jellico and Eric Bowman of Williamsburg announce the forthcoming wedding of their children.  

Posted On 07 Oct 2009
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Engle-Huddleston to wed

 Bobby and Dora Huddleston wish to announce the marriage of their son, Bobby Allen Huddleston, to Kayla Danielle Lawson, daughter of Billy and Effie Engle.

Posted On 07 Oct 2009
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Grand jury hears abuse allegations against Deputy Jailer

A Whitley County Grand Jury could decide next week whether a deputy jailer should be charged with assaulting an inmate.
William J. Young, 32, filed a complaint Aug. 20 in U.S. District Court in London against Jailer Ken Mobley, Chief Deputy Jailer Bob O'Neill, Deputy...

Posted On 07 Oct 2009

Some Arena improvement projects on back burner, officials say

A number of capital improvement projects at Corbin's 5,000-seat exposition center won't likely happen this fiscal year unless the facility starts to generate more money from events, one city official says.

ONLY ONLINE: Whitley Schools plan to ‘ride out’ wave of illness until end of the week

Whitley County school children returned to classes again Monday following a week's absence due to illness across the district that had dropped the attendance rate down to 85 percent district wide late last month.

Posted On 07 Oct 2009

Mother of Whitley teen with Swine Flue speaks out

A Whitley County High School freshman is making progress in her battle with the H1N1 virus, but her mother cautions that her daughter is not out of the woods by any means.

Posted On 07 Oct 2009
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Whitley Circuit Judge Paul Braden diagnosed with stomach cancer

The area's most senior Circuit Judge is hospitalized today, but expected to make a full recovery after undergoing surgery late last week for stomach cancer.

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