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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Saying Goodbye to a Friend

Saying goodbye to a friend can be very difficult. Good friendships do not happen every day so it makes sense that saying goodbye to a good friend can be sad and upsetting.

Posted On 28 Oct 2009
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Obituary Notices for October 28, 2009

Obituary Notices for October 28, 2009 Carl Eugene Lawson, 86 Joseph Edward Lawson, 49 Helen H. Gover, 84 Brenda Sue Russell, 55 Margie L. Claxton, 94 Edna Lorine Whittaker, 77 Wanda Young, 61 Pamela Jo King, 52 James "Elmo" Casey, 102 Danny Ray Bowman, 57 Franklin...
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Barnes-House wed

Michael House and Joyce Barnes of London were wed on October 16, 2009. The ceremony was held at Living Hope Church and was performed by Pastor Lynn Dotson. 

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West-Vance united in marriage

Michael Charles Vance and Katie West were united in marriage Saturday, October 24, 2009 at the Ivy Hills Country Club in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, Inc. presents The Tamburitzans of Duquesne University

  The Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, Inc. presents The Tamuritzans of Duquesne University, Saturday, October 31, 7:30 p.m. at the Corbin High School Auditorium.

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See exclusive video of Heritage Day in Williamsburg

Exclusive video of Heritage Day, held at the Whitley County...

Posted On 28 Oct 2009

EXTRA CONTENT: Initial audit of Arena shows it made more than $81,000

An initial audit of the financial activities at the Southeast Kentucky Agriculture and Exposition Center in Corbin shows the facility made over $81,000 in profit from the beginning of the year through June 30, but city leaders say they are waiting for their own auditors to...

Cottongim Drug latest business to benefit from Main Street grants

One of downtown Corbin's most recognizable and time-tested businesses is receiving a facelift this week, all thanks to grant money procured by the Corbin Main...

EXTRA CONTENT: Rockholds couple sues animal shelter over ‘incessant, boisterous barking’

A Rockholds couple has filed a lawsuit claiming that noise from the Knox-Whitley Animal Shelter is so annoying that they can't sleep at nights, and they are asking the court to order the shelter to no longer keep animals in outdoor kennels in order to solve the problem.