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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Is it memory loss or destraction?

Since many of us think about memory loss more and more as we get older, I was glad to read that experts disagree on whether short-term memory declines with age in healthy individuals. They go on to say that it is not loss of memory as much as a problem of distraction. ...

Posted On 17 Nov 2010
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Perkins to celebrate 50th anniversary

In honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mitchell and Mary Perkins, their children and grandchildren request the pleasure of friends and family at a reception on Saturday, November 27, 2010 at 4 o’clock in the afternoon at Mountain Ash Baptist Church.

Posted On 17 Nov 2010
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Gregory elected as VFW Kentucky Surgeon

Four years from now, Williamsburg’s Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3167 Commander Alvey Gregory will be the man over all VFW posts in Kentucky.

Posted On 17 Nov 2010

Daily Obituary Notices for November 17, 2010

Joanna Louise Hill Hammons Joanna Louise Hill Hammons passed away Sept. 10, 2010 in Miami, Fla. A memorial graveside service will be held at the Barbourville Cemetery at Noon on Tuesday, Nov. 23. Vankirk-Grisell Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Pauline Mehlenbacher Pauline...
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Electronic Edition for 11-17-10

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AT&T offering $3,000 reward for information on copper wire thieves

For the second time in six months, AT&T is looking for information about people vandalizing its aerial copper telephone cables, but this time it is offering a cash reward for information leading to the responsible parties' arrest and conviction.

Posted On 17 Nov 2010

Corbin public art project to be auctioned this Saturday

Fourteen of the 15 decorative trains displayed in downtown Corbin as part of the city's first public art project will be sold at auction this Saturday to help the Main...

Sheriff’s Department cuts back county patrols drastically

Less than a week after incumbent Sheriff Lawrence Hodge was indicted on felony charges, sheriff's department patrols are being reduced due to a manpower shortage.

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