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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: When does grumpy begin?

I take umbrage at the following analysis by researchers that the grumpy stage of life begins at age 52. And I offer proof that defies the truth of their findings. You cannot paint the whole of the population with the same brush.

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Smiddy-Kinder to wed

LeShae Smiddy is proud to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her mother, Angela G. Smiddy, to Mr. Jerry R. Kinder II.

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Carlson’s celebrate 60th anniversary

Ernest and Mildred Carlson celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. They were married on October 7.

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PRIDE awards $34,900 in Whitley County and Corbin for education

PRIDE recently awarded a total of $34,900 for environmental education in Whitley County and Corbin. The nine local award recipients estimate that the funds will serve 4,190 students during this school year.

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Daily Obituary Notices for October 13, 2010

Evelyn White Ball Evelyn White Ball, 46, of Jellico, passed away on Sunday, Oct. 3 at Jellico Community Hospital. A memorial service was held on Wednesday, Oct. 6. Harp Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.   Shirley Lou Hutchinson Shirley Lou Hutchinson, 73, of Corbin,...
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Firefighter files lawsuit against city of Corbin a week after being arrested for theft

A Corbin firefighter, arrested last week for allegedly stealing city property and selling it for his own gain, has filed a lawsuit claiming city officials conspired to wrongly have him arrested in retaliation for him disciplining two firefighters that worked under him.

Tourism Commission buys downtown property for Colonel Sanders Park

The city of Corbin is one step closer to realizing the dream of a park dedicated to Kentucky Fried Chicken Founder Colonel Harland Sanders, the central feature of which will be a bronze statue in his likeness.

Friends, family remember fallen Marine as a hero

Before he was Marine Lance Cpl. Timothy Matthew Jackson, Matt Jackson was a student at Corbin High School who enjoyed playing video games and paint ball with his...