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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: If I could save time in a bottle

“If I could save time in a bottle, the first thing that I’d like to do. Is save this day ‘til eternity passes......”

Posted On 27 Apr 2011
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Partin-Fox announce forthcoming marriage

Dana and Melody Partin would like to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Kayla Rae Partin, to Ryan Matthew Fox, son of Donnie and Pamela Fox.

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Smith-Jewellson to wed

Jerry and Sandy Smith of Rockholds announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Erica Smith, to Ivison Jewellson, son of Teresa Jewellson of Barbourville and Ray Jewellson of Madison, Ala.

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Daily Obituary Notices for April 27, 2011

Kenneth W. Pemberton Kenneth W. Pemberton, 74, passed away on Tuesday, April 19, 2011. Funeral Mass was celebrated on Monday at St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church. Vaughan’s Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Richard Jake Croley Richard Jake Croley, 71, of Newport,...
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Electronic Edition for 4-27-11

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Corbin attorney sued for failing to properly represent clients

A Whitley County mother has filed a lawsuit against a Corbin attorney claiming he failed to do his job when they hired him in 2003 to recover money from an insurance company to cover injuries suffered by her daughter in a car crash.

NIBROC weight loss event kicks off Saturday; $1,000 cash prize to winner

In an effort to make Corbin "the healthiest community in Kentucky," local government organizations and a major health care provider are teaming up for a three and a half month long weight loss competition, the winner of which will be decided at this year's NIBROC...

Local, federal officials investigating fire at disgraced Williamsburg attorney’s office

Investigators have not determined whether an early Tuesday morning fire outside the office of former Williamsburg attorney Ron Reynolds was intentionally set.

Posted On 27 Apr 2011

Police say questionable activity at benefit golf scramble still being investigated

Two intoxicated "exotic dancers," who were arrested near The Golf Course in Williamsburg late Friday evening, told police that they were hired to sell alcohol and food to golfers during a charity golf scramble, The Joey Taylor Memorial Golf Scramble, earlier that...

Posted On 27 Apr 2011

Early morning fire destroys mobile home

An early Tuesday morning fire completely destroyed a trailer near the US25W and Highway 204 junction.

Posted On 27 Apr 2011
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