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SUMMER SHOWDOWN

 Three Corbin teams participated in the USSSA Summer Showdown last weekend. The 8-&-Under Icemen and the 13-&-Under Corbin Crushers were runners-up in their respective divisions while the Corbin Diamond Pups lost two games in pool play.

Posted On 03 Aug 2011
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LOOKING BACK

 As I sat in W.L. Campbell’s Barber Shop last Friday morning awaiting my turn in Carolyn Simpson’s barber’s chair, a young man came in and took the chair next to me. Waiting his turn. Matthew Cornett told me he was going into the eighth grade and he was...
Posted On 03 Aug 2011
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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Remember when life was in black and white

.....And we had to warm up the TV for five minutes before we could get a picture?  And when the picture came on, it was full of snow and someone had to hold the rabbit ears in a certain way until the screen was clear? Until an airplane flew over and messed everything up?

Posted On 03 Aug 2011
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Rose-Fuson announce forthcoming marriage

Jeannie Marie Rose and Raymond Lee Fuson, together with their parents, would like to announce the forthcoming of their marriage. The wedding will take place at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, Meadow Creek Road, on Saturday, August 13, 2011 at 5 p.m.

Posted On 03 Aug 2011
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Daily Obituary Notices for August 3, 2011

Roger Alan Foley Roger Alan Foley, 57, of Corbin, passed away on Sunday, July 31, 2011 at St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington. Visitation will be from 6-9 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 3 at Hart Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 4 at Hart Funeral Home....
Posted On 03 Aug 2011
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Electronic Edition for 8-3-11

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Bike Share program shelved due to lack of interest

A Corbin Main Street Program, funded by the local Wal-Mart store and designed to help encourage bike use in the area, has been shelved almost since it began for lack of interest, city officials say.

UPDATED: Police discover methamphetamine lab, mistreated dogs at Corbin residence Tuesday

Two people were arrested without incident when Whitley County Sheriff's deputies, U.S. Forestry Service officers and Kentucky State Police executed a search warrant near Corbin Tuesday afternoon in connection with a methamphetamine investigation.

Posted On 03 Aug 2011

Following News Journal story, Corbin City Manager pays delinquent tax bills

A week ago, Corbin City Manager Bill Ed Cannon owed over $4,500 in unpaid property taxes to Knox County, but officials confirmed Tuesday that all of that debt, some of it a decade old, has now been paid in full.

Police: Lily man admitted to killing grandmother; motive still uncertain

Detectives say that 32-year-old Jeremy Owens has confessed to three different officers that he killed his grandmother, Bernice Champlin, 74, but they are still trying to determine a motive.

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