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JACKETS TO FACE HAZARD

By defeating the Harlan Green Dragons Friday night, the Williamsburg Yellow Jackets have earned a spot in the regional championship game, where they will meet the Hazard Bulldogs.

 

LOOKING BACK

 How quickly the seasons seem to roll by, it seems like yesterday the Corbin Redhounds were kicking off football season, and now it is time to turn to basketball as the Redhounds lost in the second round of the playoffs to Louisville Central,...

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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Haunting in Old Corbin

Do you like tales of old haunted houses? I say this because you can turn on your TV anytime day or night and you will find stories of old haunted houses, usually old abandoned mansions in New England or creepy images wandering through homes that have a history of a tragedy...

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Jarboe-Douglas to wed

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jarboe would like to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Anna Marie, to Terry David Douglas.

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Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, Inc. presents The Nutcracker by the Lexington Ballet

The Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, Inc. presents The Nutcracker by The Lexington Ballet, Saturday, Nov. 19, 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at the Corbin High School Auditorium, Corbin, Ky.

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Electronic Edition for 11-16-11

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EXTRA CONTENT: Affidavit sheds new light on developments in Hodge investigation

Federal investigators are now saying through court documents that disgraced former Whitley County Sheriff Lawrence Hodge admitted to planning the Dec. 2009 burglary of his own office, and has not yet paid a cent of the money he stole from county tax accounts despite...

Petition being circulated for vote on Williamsburg alcohol sales

Early next year Williamsburg voters will likely have a chance once again to decide if they want to allow alcohol sales at restaurants.

Posted On 16 Nov 2011

Elderly man’s Woodbine home destroyed by fire

An elderly Woodbine man's home burned late Friday night, and fire department officials say it is likely several of his pets perished in the blaze.

Corbin High Drama Program named No. 1 in Kentucky

One year after coming home from the Kentucky Theatre Association's Fall Conference as the state's Best Newcomer, the students from Corbin High School's Drama class returned to class Monday as state champions.