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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Have a safe and fun Halloween!

Halloween was fun when I was a kid.  That was before grownups got hold of it and commercialized, organized,  and made sure it was politically correct and offended no one. Back then it was just kids being kids.

Posted On 26 Oct 2011
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Daily Obituary Notices for October 26, 2011

Betty Jane Douglas Betty Jane Douglas, 86, of Williamsburg, departed this life on Monday, Oct. 24, 2011 at Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center. Visitation will be after 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 26 at Croley Funeral Home. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday, Oct....
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Corbin check cashing store robbed Wednesday morning

Corbin police are investigating a Wednesday morning robbery at a check cashing business in the Trademart Shopping Center.

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Electronic Edition for 10-26-11

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Casino to take Corbin businessman’s land holdings to pay gambling debts

A prominent Corbin businessman owes an Indiana casino over $155,000 in gambling debts, and a court has ordered that he surrender his stake in a local property development company in order to satisfy that debt.

VIDEO: Police question suspects in connection with Hometown Bank robbery

In their efforts to find the man who robbed Hometown Bank of Corbin on Falls Hwy. Tuesday morning, police questioned the registered owner of the getaway car.

Whitley Board of Education recognizes teachers

Whitley County High School officials hope to be moved into their newly renovated cafeteria before the end of the month.
Substantial completion of the project is expected by Oct. 24, construction officials told the Whitley County Board of Education during its monthly...

Posted On 26 Oct 2011

Chamber of Commerce votes to support expanded liquor sales in Corbin

An organization that represents the interests of about 225 tri-county businesses has given its approval to a measure that would allow expanded liquor sales in Corbin.

Ceiling collapses at Board of Education office

Staff members at the central office of Corbin Independent Schools walked into the building on Roy Kidd Ave Monday to find pieces of history lying in the floor.

Former NYC Mayor Rudolph Giuliani to speak at University of the Cumberlands

Since 2006, the Forcht Group of Kentucky Center for Excellence in Leadership has brought some big named speakers to the campus of the University of the Cumberlands, including Mike Huckabee, Karl Rove, Roy Moore, Zell Miller, Stephen Covey, and Ben Stein.

Posted On 26 Oct 2011