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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Give me an R.C. Cola and a MoonPie

The MoonPie and R.C. Cola combination is still popular today in our southern states. Every southerner has fond memories of the MoonPie and R.C. Cola. The occasional afternoon walk to the local store to get a MoonPie and an R.C. Cola was once commonplace.  The hurried...

Posted On 27 Oct 2010
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PRIDE honors local schools for environmental education

PRIDE has honored Whitley County Middle School, Corbin Middle School and Corbin High School for outstanding achievements in environmental education during the 2009-2010 school year.

Posted On 27 Oct 2010
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Daily Obituary Notices for October 27, 2010

Charles Preston Foley Charles Preston Foley, 29, of Williamsburg, departed this life on Sunday, Oct. 24, 2010 at his home. Funeral service will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 27 at Croley Funeral Home. Croley Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.   Moses Cochran Infant Moses...
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Electronic Edition for 10-27-10

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Baptist Regional Medical Center Pink Glove Video

Baptist Regional Medical Center recently created a pink glove video...

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Letters to the Editor for 10-27-10

To the Editor:

This election is the most important one I have seen in my lifetime. At stake are bedrock issues, Capitalism v. Communism; Liberty v. Paternalism; Financial stability v. Financial chaos; Freedom of religion v. Freedom from religion; Job creation v. Job...

Posted On 27 Oct 2010
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Williamsburg Rescue Squad closes after 43 years in operation

After 43 years in existence, the Williamsburg-Whitley County Rescue Squad is out of business.

Posted On 27 Oct 2010

Thieves strip copper wiring from communications towers all over Whitley County

Williamsburg police say a thief or thieves have apparently stolen thousands...

Posted On 27 Oct 2010

Local Podiatrist accused of ripping off Medicaid

A London Podiatrist, with offices in Williamsburg and Corbin, has been accused by a grand jury of ripping off the state's Medicaid system by billing for services he never performed. Attorney General Jack Conway announced last week that a Franklin County grand jury indicted...

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Five arrested for counterfeiting and drug dealing after raid on Corbin tattoo parlor

Five people were arrested Monday in connection with a counterfeiting and prescription drug raid on a Corbin tattoo parlor by local police and federal Secret Service agents.