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Daily Obituary Notices for October 12, 2011

Leeunice Lambdin Leeunice Lambdin, 84, of Williamsburg, passed away Monday, Oct. 10, 2011 at Williamsburg Nursing Home. Visitation will be Thursday, Oct. 13 from 5-7 p.m. at Ellison Funeral Home. Funeral service will be Thursday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. at Ellison Funeral Home. Ellison...
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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Sixty one years – where did they go?

The 1950s is a decade that most of us look back on as a “golden era,” when times seemed ideal. Those brief 10 years gave us the birth of rock ‘n roll, movies, prize-winning novels and hundreds of invented products we now use in everyday life.

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Byrd-Henson announce forthcoming marriage

Mr. Don Byrd and Ms. Ann Longworth of Corbin, Ky. would like to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Candice Haley, to Zachary Joseph Alexander Henson.

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McElfresh-Fuston to wed

Johnny and Lois Prewitt would like to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Brooklyn McElfresh, to Ryan Fuston, son of Frank and Alene Fuston.

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Sugar beets could lead to biofuel jobs for Whitley County

Sugar beets could very easily be putting people to work in Whitley County in the not too distant future if Roger Ford has his way, but these aren't the beets that your grandpa grew in his garden.

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High-speed chase ends in crash; two arrested

Two Williamsburg residents have been charged with fleeing from police following a chase with a Whitley County Sheriff's deputy early Monday morning.

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AA Women’s Services celebrates opening of new offices

After 23 years of helping women in the tri-county area make decisions about what to do when they have an unplanned pregnancy, AA Women's Services now has a new facility in which to provide those services.

Whitley detective helps locate stolen bulldozer

A Whitley County Sheriff's Department Detective was instrumental this week in recovering a stolen bulldozer in Laurel County.
Detective Bill Riley, a retired Kentucky State Police investigator who focused on auto theft, assisted four members of the Laurel County ...