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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Politics are no fun anymore

Probably the hardest working politician I ever heard of was an incumbent (we’ll call him Judge Turner) who was being opposed for the first time since taking office by a young man (we’ll call him Mr. Jones) in a rural county in the mountains of Southeastern...

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Tharpe-Duncan announce upcoming marriage

The parents of Stephanie Tharpe along with the parents of Ryan Duncan are excited to announce the upcoming marriage of their children.

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Daily Obituary Notices for November 9, 2011

Janet Miller Belew Janet Miller Belew, 74, passed away on Sunday, Nov. 6, 2011 at her home in Gray. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9 at Vankirk-Grisell Funeral Home. Vankirk-Grisell Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Ronald Dean Blakley Ronald Dean...
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Electronic Edition for 11-9-11

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Mobley fends off 10 challengers, retains Jailer post

Whitley County Jailer Ken Mobley can remove the interim tag from his position as the voters of Whitley County overwhelmingly supported his campaign to continue serving in the position to which he was appointed in January.

Corbin company breaks ground on new $10 million health and rehab facility

It was the start of a new beginning for the Barbourville Health and Rehabilitation Center Monday as Knox County officials, dignitaries and Forcht Group of Kentucky Founder and CEO Terry E. Forcht officially broke ground on a state-of-the-art, $10 million facility in the ...

Businesses honored for support of NIBROC Festival, education efforts

The Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce paid tribute to 57 sponsors of the 2011 Nibroc Festival during its monthly membership luncheon Tuesday afternoon at the Corbin Technology Center.

Posted On 09 Nov 2011

Four arrested for meat thefts from W’burg IGA store

When you think about frequently stolen items, electronics, copper, jewelry and even cars come to mind, but meat.
Williamsburg Police Chief Wayne said meat theft has become fairly common in recent months.

Posted On 09 Nov 2011