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Kentucky All-Star

 Corbin’s Trace Vorbeck will be making his second trip to Kentucky’s oldest all-star series, the East-West Baseball...

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Daily Obituary Notices for June 13, 2012

Judith Elaine Wood Judith Elaine Wood, 69, of Corbin, passed away Saturday, June 9, 2012 at BRMC. Visitation will be from 4-5 p.m. on Thursday, June 14 at Central Baptist Church followed by a memorial service in her honor at 5 p.m. O’Neil Funeral Home in charge of...
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Local Trio to play in All-Star event

 Recent graduate Bethany Hensley will play for the East Senior Softball Team Saturday when the 17th Annual Kentucky East-West Series is played at the University of Louisville.

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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Living alone and liking it, or not

There are several pro and con factors to consider on living alone. I am on the fence regarding the subject. I like my privacy.  But I miss the presence of a warm body in the house.

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Apple-Soucy to announce forthcoming marriage

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Apple of Williamsburg, Ky. would like to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Julia Elizabeth Apple, to Andrew John Soucy, son of Daryn and Tina Barnhill of Woodstock, Ga. and Edmond Soucy of Fayetteville, N.C.

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Electronic Edition for 6-13-12

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Police seek man responsible for passing counterfeit $100 bills in Corbin

Corbin Police are searching for the man who has passed at least $600 in counterfeit bills at various businesses over the last four days.

Attempted murder suspect freed from jail; grand jury issues no indictment

After spending 41 days in jail for allegedly stabbing a woman last month, Virginia Lynn Frye was a free woman Monday afternoon but her days of freedom could still be numbered.

Posted On 13 Jun 2012

Police find booze, pills, pot in Corbin woman’s car following DUI crash Monday

A Corbin woman has been charged with DUI and other drug-related offenses following a single-vehicle traffic crash on Queen Hill Monday evening.

Elks Lodge pays $1,000 fine for liquor violations

The Tri-County Elk's Lodge Restaurant has admitted to state alcoholic beverage control officials that it failed to meet the 70/30 food-alcohol sales split and has been ordered to pay a $1,000 fine.

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