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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Sometimes you feel like a nut

Living alone as I do (Lord knows how many times I’ve said that), I am constantly having to second-guess almost everything I do. Did I turn off the coffee pot? Did I forget to pay that bill...take that pill? Did I forget my appointment with the doctor...beauty shop?

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Barton-Steely to wed

Mr. Gary Barton and Ms. Tina Barton would like to announce the marriage of their daughter, Danni Shay Barton, to Chase Davidson Steely, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul David and Brenda Steely.

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Giles-Creekmore announce forthcoming marriage

Ricky and Debbie Caddell and Jimmy and Pam Creekmore would like to announce the forthcoming marriage of their children, Amanda Giles and Brandon Creekmore, on Saturday, October 8, 2011 at 3:30 in the afternoon at Calvary Missionary Baptist Church.

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Lovitts to celebrate 50th anniversary

On Saturday, October 1, Fred and Lena Jo (Taylor) Lovitt, of Williamsburg, will be celebrating their 50th anniversary.

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Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, Inc. presents The Karkowska Duo

The Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, Inc. presents The Karkowska Duo, Friday, September 16, 7:30 p.m. at Conway Boatman Chapel, Union College, Barbourville, Ky.

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Electronic Edition for 9-14-11

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Corbin Tourism Commission approves $9,200 for downtown decorations and events

The Corbin Tourism and Convention Commission voted unanimously to give $9,200 to the Downtown Merchants Association for seasonal decorations, and to help support to seasonal events coming up later this year.

Police say W’burg father, son linked to numerous burglaries

A Williamsburg father and son are being held in the Whitley County Detention Center in lieu of $25,000 cash bonds for allegedly burglarizing a residence late last month, and police are planning to charge a third family member in connection with the case.

Posted On 14 Sep 2011

Beating, car theft ‘all over a girl,’ local police say

Corbin Police are searching for 25-year-old Robert Jones whom they said beat a man with a 2-by-4 and then stole his car before dumping it in the Laurel River at the 312 boat ramp early Monday morning.

Corbin hires new Main Street Manager

The Corbin City Commission approved a motion Monday night to hire Andrew Salmons as the new Main Street Program Manager.