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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Dear Abby

Once known as the most popular syndicated column in the country and written by Abigail Van Buren, we no longer have anything close to its popularity. We have lost this serious and sometimes amusing column that was once a part of our reading pleasure and now belongs to the...

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Wilson-Smith announce forthcoming marriage

Together with their parents, Heather Wilson and Eugene Smith, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage. Heather is the daughter of Garry and Linda Wilson of Corbin. Eugene is the son of Andy and Josephine Bowlin of Williamsburg.

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Cumberlands honors retiree Emily Meadors

University of the Cumberlands (UC) honored Emily Meadors’ retirement as the Registrar at its 19th annual Faculty-Staff Dinner on April 15.

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Daily Obituary Notices for May 11, 2011

William Monroe Blackburn William Monroe Blackburn, 46, of Williamsburg, departed this life on Saturday, May 7, 2011 at Jellico Community Hospital. Visitation will be after 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 11 at Croley Funeral Home. Funeral service will be at 1 p.m. Thursday, May 12 at...
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Electronic Edition for 5-11-11

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Letters to the Editor for 5-4-11

Thanks for all those who made Cecil Foley Benefit a success

To the Editor:

We would like to thank everyone for the help and support that made our benefit a huge success.

A few weeks ago it was just a plan to have a small...

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A few reasons why Whitley Sheriff is wrong about need for Constables

I must respectfully disagree with Whitley County Sheriff Colan Harrell’s premise that county Constables should be eliminated.

Harrell told Corbin’s Rotary Club last week that the General Assembly erred years ago when they failed to do away with constables.

Man suing Corbin for injuries suffered during motocross event at Arena

A mechanic who was injured when he was hit by a motorcycle during a motocross event at The Arena in January is suing The City of Corbin and other parties claming their negligence led to his injuries.

Fine Arts Association unveils 50th Anniversary Concert Series schedule

The Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky is celebrating its 50th anniversary this season, and officials with the organization have pulled out all the stops for its upcoming concert series.

Lynn Camp students going for world record with playing cards

Students at Lynn Camp High School will make a run at a world record today using the largest deck of playing cards ever constructed to play a series of games in the school's gymnasium.