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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Uncharted water… again

As Yogi Berra would say, it’s deja vu all over again. I have a new computer. The fifth in a long line of computers since I began writing this column. And it’s presenting quite a challenge. Many changes, new things to learn with a brain that is on overload and...

Posted On 16 Feb 2011
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Cox-Slone to wed

Roger (Mickey) and Melanie Cox and Ronnie and Lisa Slone request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their children, Cayla Mae Cox and James Wayne Slone.

Posted On 16 Feb 2011
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Farris-Bargo announce engagement

Doyce (D.D.) and Pamela Farris of Corbin are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Haley Deryl Farris, to Dr. Matthew Bargo III, son of Matthew and Susie Bargo of Corbin.

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Tate-Meekins announce engagement

Larry and Linda Tate of Corbin, are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Audra Jean Tate, to Daniel Montgomery Meekins, son of Frank and Betty Meekins of Frederick, Md.

Posted On 16 Feb 2011
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Daily Obituary Notices for February 16, 2011

Tammy Lynn Moses Tammy Lynn Moses, 51, of Williamsburg, departed this life on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2011 at her home. Funeral services were Tuesday, Feb. 15 at  Croley Funeral Home. Croley Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Pearlie McCarty Parlie McCarty, 76, of Rockholds,...
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Electronic Edition for 2-16-11

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Fiscal Court vows to recover former Sheriff’s tax deficits

The Whitley County Fiscal Court took the first steps Tuesday evening during its monthly meeting to recover over $200,000 worth of deficits that state auditors say occurred during the administration of former Sheriff Lawrence Hodge.

Posted On 16 Feb 2011

Williamsburg residents being told to fix their sewer

By months end, Williamsburg leaders plan to send out nearly 200 letters to local residents informing them about defects found in the waste water treatment system on their property.

Posted On 16 Feb 2011