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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: The Socialite Cat

Cat lovers are a special breed. And cat owners treat them as the number one Royal in the household. I know this from experience with my own family. They are passionate and completely without reason when it comes to the feline member of the house.

Posted On 21 Dec 2011
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Cumberlands dedicated to helping community

Due to the economic state of the country more and more people are experiencing hunger and food insecurity caused by lack of food. Sometimes people don’t even know when the next time they will be able to eat again. Some of these people live in our own communities, and...

Posted On 21 Dec 2011
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Electronic Edition for 12-21-11

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Posted On 21 Dec 2011
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Corbin man indicted for London burglary

A Corbin man has been indicted on charges stemming from a burglary at a London home during which a jewelry box and several pieces of jewelry were taken.

Cup of coffee causes semi-truck driver to crash on I-75 Monday

Semi truck driver David Lane wasn't injured when he choked on coffee and ran off the road while traveling south on I-75 near the three-mile marker about 10:20 a.m. Monday.

Posted On 21 Dec 2011

Corbin residents arrested after numerous meth labs found in their home

Police descended on a Sixth Street home in Corbin last week and found numerous "one-step" methamphetamine labs. Two people were arrested in the process.

$250,000 winning Lottery ticket sold in W’burg so far unclaimed

So far no one has come forward to claim a $250,000 cash prize after purchasing a winning Mega Millions ticket at a Williamsburg market last week, according to the Kentucky Lottery Commission.

Posted On 21 Dec 2011

Large illegal dump discovered in the middle of Corbin

Bishop Street resident Dennie Comer said he was shocked last week when doing a good deed for a neighbor revealed a massive illegal dump in a gully only about 20 yards from his home.

Police: Sonar used to find ‘Bad Hair Bandit’s’ gun in local pond

Less than a week after a federal grand jury indicted the Bad Hair Bandit in U.S. District Court, Williamsburg police believe they have recovered the weapon that Jason Fox used during the robberies.

Posted On 21 Dec 2011