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REGION TEAMS SET

The 13th Region Tournament is almost set. Lynn Camp will battle the Knox Central Panthers tonight in Barbourville for the final spot. The Wildcats pulled off what had to be an upset the first time the two teams met. I have to think Knox Central will be ready for the Wildcats this...
Posted On 24 Feb 2010
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REGION TEAMS SET

The 13th Region Tournament is almost set. Lynn Camp will battle the Knox Central Panthers tonight in Barbourville for the final spot. The Wildcats pulled off what had to be an upset the first time the two teams met. I have to think Knox Central will be ready for the Wildcats this...
Posted On 24 Feb 2010
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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: People still love to see the old musicals

Prior to announcing the academy awards nominations of the “Shorts” category on TV, the curtain was raised and lowered in honor of Kathryn Grayson, musical star of the 40’s and 50’s who died  on Feb. 17, 2010. Her bio states that she was born in...

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First students begin classes in University of the Cumberlands new Physician Assistant Program

 The first cohort of students has begun classes in University of the Cumberlands newest program, Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS). Twenty-eight graduate studies from a variety of backgrounds comprise this inaugural group. 

 
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Strunk crowned Miss Redbud Trails 2010

  On Saturday, February 20, at Union College in Barbourville, Emily Ann Strunk was chosen as the 2010 Miss Redbud Trails. 

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ONLY ONLINE: Lawsuit filed over cattle truck accident on I-75 last year

A Lexington man and a Tennessee woman are suing a Kentucky transportation company and its driver in connection with the September crash of a cattle truck along I-75 in Whitley County.

Posted On 24 Feb 2010

Four accused of making meth with children at home plead not guilty

Whitley County Sheriff Lawrence Hodge talks to one of four people arrested at a Kensee Hollow resident for making meth.

Four Whitley County...

Posted On 24 Feb 2010

More property owners get warning letters for downtown code violations

The first round in a crackdown against property maintenance violations in downtown Corbin has met with success, one official says, and a second wave of warning letters have been sent this week to property owners who are in violation.

EMS response time in Corbin questioned by city officials

Corbin city officials are raising questions regarding the county ambulance service response time to the home of a city commissioner who suffered a stroke over the weekend, and are saying the incident is not an isolated one.