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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Catnipping

There are millions of cat lovers who have an incurable disease and there’s nothing you can do about it. They will take in strays that find their way to their house and they don’t have the heart to turn them away, You know the rest of the story.

Posted On 21 Mar 2012
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CHS Drama takes their show on the road

Taking the show on the road proved to be a learning experience for the 15 members of the Corbin High School Drama Class.
The students took their rendition of “Paul’s Case” to the Southeastern Theatre Competition in Chattanooga, Tenn. over the weekend.

Daily Obituary Notices for March 21, 2012

Gladys Lee Cisneros Gladys Lee Cisneros, 72, of Woodbine, passed away March 19, 2012 at BRMC. Funeral services will be conducted on Thursday, March 22 at Hart Funeral Home. Hart Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Irene Hatfield Irene Hatfield, 72, of White Oak, Tenn., passed...
Posted On 21 Mar 2012
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Electronic Edition for 3-21-12

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Posted On 21 Mar 2012
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Man arrested for being nude in gas station bathroom

William M. Hoskins can avoid more jail time than what he served when he was arrested after he was found naked in the bathroom of the Pilot Travel Center as long he stays out of legal trouble and stays away from Pilot.

Williamsburg voters approve alcohol sales

By a narrow 14-vote margin, Williamsburg voters went to the polls during a special election Tuesday, and opted to allow alcohol sales by the drink in restaurants that seat at least 100 people.

Posted On 21 Mar 2012

Corbin playground closed due to structural problems

The Larry Stevens Playground at Corbin's Rotary Park will be closed until at least the end of the month while multiple structure posts in the playground equipment are replaced because of cracks that have developed.

Arsonist finally finishes off rural Goldbug home

A suspected arsonist in the Ryan's Creek area of Whitley County appears to be following the old adage of if at first you don't succeed, try try again

Posted On 21 Mar 2012

Corbin to begin strict enforcement of garbage can ordinance

Corbin officials say an effort to require the use of certain size garbage cans by citizens in the city is about to get serious after weeks of warnings and notifications - and no one, not even the town's highest elected officials, appears to be immune.