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Posted On 27 Jul 2011
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Sutton-Sears to unite in marriage

Paula and Ronnie Sutton and Tracy and Timothy Sears, both of Corbin, share the pleasure of announcing the marriage of their children, Melanie Nicole Sutton and Bradlee Seth Sears.

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Daily Obituary Notices for July 27, 2011

Lillard "Steve" McNeil Lillard "Steve" McNeil, 82, passed away on July 25, 2011. Funeral services were held at Owen Funeral Home in Louisville. Owen Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Paul Vernon Cupp Paul Vernon Cupp, 89, of Louisville, formerly of...
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Electronic Edition for 7-27-11

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New principal announced at Rockholds Opportunity Center

Whitley County's alternative school now has a new leader.

Posted On 27 Jul 2011

Park Manager says issues at Cumberland Falls Lodge restaurant rectified

After the first string of countywide health inspections for the 2011 calendar year were completed in the early weeks of July, the Cumberland Falls State Resort Park's restaurant once again scored a low number.

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Corbin hit by rash of sewer grate thefts

Local authorities are on the lookout for those responsible for a recent epidemic of city storm-drain and sewer grate thefts going on in Corbin.

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Corbin City Manager owes thousands in unpaid taxes

Corbin's top city official is mired under the weight of an ever-increasing pile of unpaid property taxes, owing more than $4,500 to Knox County on three separate properties - and some of the unpaid bills date back a decade.

Sheriff’s Department upgrades firepower with assault rifles

If a madman walks into a school and starts shooting, Whitley County Sheriff Colan Harrell wants his deputies to have the firepower to stop the shooter quickly.

Posted On 27 Jul 2011
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