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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Priceless

  By now the tree is trimmed, the presents are wrapped and the anticipation of opening them (and waiting for the credit card bills to arrive) is upon us. With the exception of a few last minute chores, we are ready. Bring it on.

Posted On 23 Dec 2009
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Obituary Notices for December 23, 2009

 Obituary Notices for December 23, 2009 Sara Estella Sulfridge, 89 J.E. Faulkner, 86 R.J. Bolwin, 83 Deborah Denise Wright, 48 Bonnie Gorden, 88 Terry Lay, 49 Virginia Segrest Stewart, 90 Gola Mooney, 94 Herman Petree, 74 James Henry Sutton Jr., 47 Opal Ruth Sharp, 93 Lester...
Posted On 23 Dec 2009
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Gentry-Howard wed

  Naresha Flowers Gentry and Donald Lee Howard III were married at seven o’clock in the evening on September 11, 2009 at First United Methodist Church, Lexington, Ky.  

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Meadors 50th Anniversary

Charles and Berta (Perry) Meadors, of the Jellico Creek Community, Williamsburg, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, December 26, 2009. The couple were married in Jellico, Tenn. by the Rev. Elisha Lay on December 26, 1959.

 
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Corban man, Lily woman arrested by state police in meth bust

A Corbin man and Lily woman were arrested Sunday night after reports of a domestic disturbance on Douglas Blvd. in southern Laurel County led state police to the discovery two methamphetamine labs.

Whitley Deputy recalls scary moments in snowstorm crash; suffers minor injuries

Whitley County Sheriff's Deputy Brett Reeves said all that remains of his rollover accident on Alsile Road in a driving snowstorm last Friday are a few cuts, some aches and memories of the tense moments following the accident.

Hundreds of needy children have merrier Christmas thanks to Empty Stocking event

Presents, pizza and bowling brought about 680 children to Forrest Lanes in Corbin...

Whitley Sheriff says office break-in may have been ‘politically motivated’

Kentucky State Police have no suspects so far in the break-in of the Whitley County...

Posted On 23 Dec 2009

State audit criticizes Knox officials for financial practices, poor record keeping

The Knox County Fiscal Court owes $9,800 in past-due medical bills from jail inmates, has at least $8,500 worth of credit card expenditures for which documentation could not be found, has not properly documented employee vacation time and has given better health insurance...