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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: All Cooped Up

Cabin fever is a term for a claustrophobic reaction that takes place when a person or group is isolated and/or shut in, in a small space, with nothing to do, for an extended period. Symptoms include restlessness, irritability, forgetfulness, excessive sleeping, and an urge to...

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Obituary Notices for January 13, 2010

 Obituary Notices for January 13, 2010   Lois C. Terrell Meadors, 50 Lena Rose, 84 Wilma Jean Sutton, 83 Bradley Allen Partin, 19 Ronal Lee Grace Edward Gerardes Hendricks, 60 Donald Bruce Helton, 77 Jewell Gladys Siler, 91 Ella M. Richards, 87 Jerry Lee Smith, 67 Penny...
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Karl Rove to speak in Forcht Leadership Series at University of the Cumberlands

Officials at University of the Cumberlands have announced that Karl Rove, former adviser to President George W. Bush, will be the speaker for the 2010 Forcht Group of Kentucky Center for Excellence in Leadership event this spring.  

 
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Whitley County recognizes members during School Board Member Recognition Month

 It’s safe to say that local elected leaders have seldom faced a year like 2009 and the outlook for 2010 is equally challenging. The members of the Whitley County Board of Education have worked to preserve the district’s ability to educate our children in the...

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Study to determine if amphitheater, Sanders musical is viable

Is an outdoor ampitheatre as a setting to tell the story of Colonel Harland Sanders a viable tourist option in Corbin?

Corbin dentist accused of Medicaid fraud makes court appearance

A Corbin dentist pleaded not guilty Monday morning to charges that he allegedly defrauded the state of more than $13,000 over the last seven years.

Posted On 13 Jan 2010

EXTRA CONTENT: Knoxville woman gets 25 months for selling drugs in north Corbin

A Knoxville, Tenn. mother of two who admitted to selling Oxycodone pills for at least two years at and near a north Corbin truck stop was sentenced Monday to 25 months behind bars.

Some guns missing after Sheriff’s office break-in connected to lawsuit, child welfare check

While the location of the 78 firearms that are unaccounted from the sheriff's department after the Dec. 21 break-in is unclear, a check of court records indicates how the sheriff's department acquired what are believed to be 19 of the weapons, including four guns that are...

Posted On 13 Jan 2010

Former Corbin bus driver to serve 10 days in jail for hitting street signs

A former Corbin school bus driver charged with leaving the scene of an accident in August of last year - the day he struck two street signs after he allegedly deviated from his assigned route - will have to serve 10 days in jail for the crime.

VIDEO: Root Beer Stand shooting trial delayed until March

Williamsburg wrecker service owner Larry Wilson will have to wait a...

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