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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Turning loose of the ‘devil you know’

 You’re in a meeting; a staff meeting, club meeting, civic meeting or a myriad of other types of meetings. A motion has been made to propose a new idea or change a rule and a vote is taken. A hand goes up and someone says, “But we’ve always done it this...

Posted On 27 Jan 2010
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Obituary Notices for January 27, 2010

 Obituary Notices for January 27, 2010   Joy Mae Fincher Saylor, 89 Raymond David Heaton, 85 Gary Lee Veach, 63 Lillie Mae Hamblin, 91 Cleda Rains Longworth Ragle, 90 Glenn E. Cox, 88 Joe Carroll, 40 Albert Dynichel Perry, 93 Maxine Ball, 65 Georgia Croley Dotson, 76...
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University of the Cumberlands renames first building to honor one of its founders

University of the Cumberlands has announced that it has renamed its first building to honor the memory of Dr. E.S. Moss, a founder of Williamsburg Institute (now University of the Cumberlands).

Posted On 27 Jan 2010
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Corbin man who allegedly threatened city worker set to fight charges

A Corbin man accused of threatening city officials after he was fined for building code violations, will return to court at 1 p.m., April 27 with a new attorney.

Deputies arrest felon found in abandoned home with guns, drugs and ammunition

An East Bernstadt man was arrested last week after local police found him hiding in the bedroom of an abandoned rural home, armed with a firearm and a knife.

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Hodge to seek third term as Sheriff, defends record

Whitley County Sheriff Lawrence Hodge ended speculation about whether he would seek a third term in office Tuesday, officially filing re-election papers with the county clerk's office at about 2 p.m. — two hours before Tuesday's filing deadline.

Posted On 27 Jan 2010

Officials believe fire that destroyed Emlyn house a case of arson

Arson is suspected in a late Monday afternoon blaze that destroyed a home and caused minor injuries to a Williamsburg firefighter.

Posted On 27 Jan 2010

Knox Board of Education stands firm on decision to end reciprocal agreement

After an hour-long discussion Tuesday night that brought factual...