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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Daddy’s Chair

Daddy’s chair, where he spent so many times coming home from work and watching the news and the fights and the ballgames; Dizzy Dean was his favorite announcer. He’d lean forward in the old chair, rubbing his palms together as he watched a crucial play -- we...

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Rowe-Head united in marriage

Congratulations to Amanda Rowe Head and Justin Head, who were united in marriage December 13, 2011 at Pigeon Forge, Tenn.

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Cumberlands President reads to Whitley East students

On Thursday, March 8, University of the Cumberlands (UC) President Dr. James H. Taylor traveled to Whitley East Elementary School in Williamsburg, Ky. Dr. Taylor was invited to read to the students and explain the importance of reading as part of Dr. Seuss Week. 

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Daily Obituary Notices for March 14, 2012

Inez Eaton Inez Eaton, 97, passed away March 11, 2012 at Corbin Health and Rehabilitation. Visitation will be from 6-9 p.m. Wednesday at Hart Funeral Home. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 15 at Hart Funeral Home. Hart Funeral Home in charge of arrangements....
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Electronic Edition for 3-14-12

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Corbin City Manager considering NIBROC changes

City leaders are considering whether Corbin's annual NIBROC Festival should move off of Main Street and be reconfigured in a way that allows the main thoroughfare to remain open to traffic.

City officials call occupational tax bill ‘dirty politics’

A bill introduced into the Kentucky Senate last week would, if passed, totally change the ground rules in the four-year-long fight between the city of Corbin and the Knox County Fiscal Court over collection of occupational tax revenues.

Franchise restaurants interested in building if liquor vote passes, W’burg Mayor says

Six days from now Williamsburg voters will decide whether to allow the sale of alcohol by the drink at certain restaurants, and if the measure is approved the town could have at least two new restaurants in its future, according to one city leader.

Posted On 14 Mar 2012

Corbin students build space-age rovers

The Corbin School System may be known for the football and basketball teams it fields but 10 students from Corbin Intermediate School showed they can hang in there with teams from across the state when it comes to designing and operating "Mars" rovers.

DUI case against former deputy jailer reinstated … for now

The legal saga over whether a former Whitley County deputy jailer should stand trial over a 2010 drunk driving charge continues.

Posted On 14 Mar 2012