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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: How far is a piece?

If you are not native to this area, you might shake your head at some of the colloquialisms we mountain people have built into our everyday speech.

Posted On 28 Mar 2012
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69th Annual May Day Festival

Spring is here and in Corbin it is again time for one of the season’s most traditional events: the GFWC/Kentucky Ossoli Club’s May Day Festival.

Posted On 28 Mar 2012
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Electronic Edition for 3-28-12

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Legal Notices for 3/28/2012, page 3

   Joseph C. Sutton, Jr. and Christy L. Sutton, plus costs, is as follows: (1) The Defendants, Joseph C. Sutton, Jr. and Christy L. Sutton, are indebted to the Plaintiff, 21st Mortgage Corporation, in the sum of $103,740.13 as of October 16, 2011, with interest thereon...
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Legal Notices for 3/28/2012, page 2

  of principal and surety on the bond shall have the effect of a Judgment.  In the event the Plaintiff or its representative is the purchaser, then, and in that event, they may take a credit upon its judgment, and in that event, no payment shall be required and no bond...
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Legal Notices for 3/28/2012, page 1

   BID NOTICE: The Whitley County Board of Education is now accepting sealed bids on the following items for the 2012/2013 school year: (1)Asphalt/Asphalt Hauling  (2)Asphalt Sealing (3)Athletic-Cheerleading Supplies (4)Concrete/Concrete Block ...
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Corbin leaders vow court battle over attempts to change occupational tax law

There is now competing legislation in the Kentucky General Assembly to change how cities and counties divvy up occupational tax revenues, but leaders from the city of Corbin say if either of the versions is signed into law, they plan to fight it in court as illegal...

University of the Cumberlands student athlete to compete on ‘Ninja Warrior’

University of the Cumberlands' student-athlete Brendon Kelly is headed to Miami this week on what will hopefully be his first step in his goal to achieve, "total victory."

Posted On 28 Mar 2012
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Whitley County Attorney accused of ‘unethical’ conduct in affidavit

Two Corbin lawyers are accusing Whitley County Attorney Don Moses of "unethical" and "improper" behavior, and claims that he should be forced to remove himself from a case because he has violated the "prosecutor's code of conduct."

Williamsburg Mayor says city plans to take it slow on alcohol ordinances

Following last week's alcohol sales referendum in Williamsburg, city leaders are busy trying to figure out the next steps before legal alcohol sales can take place, but it could be several months before the beer taps start flowing.

Posted On 28 Mar 2012