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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Averting Tragedy

The weather is in the nineties, the yards look like the Sahara Desert and it hasn’t rained in days. Would that the rain that has deluged Wisconsin and Minnesota would come our way but not in such great proportions.

Posted On 27 Jun 2012
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Bonza-Cutshall announce forthcoming marriage

Jim and Tammy Bonza of Corbin, Ky. would like to  announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jamie Lee Bonza, to Allan  Michael Cutshall, son of Tim and Karen Cutshall of Afton, Tenn. and Julie Renner of Greeneville, Tenn.

Posted On 27 Jun 2012
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Whitley County youth enjoy 4-H Camp

Seventy-five 4-H age youth and 18 adult and teen counselors participated in 4-H camping programs at the JM Feltner Memorial 4-H Camp near London during June 10-13. The campers were joined by over 120 campers and leaders from McCreary, Knox, and Rockcastle counties.

Posted On 27 Jun 2012
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Daily Obituary Notices for June 27, 2012

Kenneth Eugene Owens Kenneth Eugene Owens, of Keavy, departed this life on Monday, June 18, 2012 at BRMC. Funeral services were held Thursday, June 21 at Hart Funeral Home. Hart Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. George "Ted" Mefford George "Ted" Mefford,...
Posted On 27 Jun 2012
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Electronic Edition for 6-27-12

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Police seek suspects in violent Corbin home invasion robbery

Whitley County Sheriff Colan Harrell is asking for the public's help in locating one of two men wanted in connection with a violent home invasion early Tuesday morning that happened just outside the Corbin city limits.

Posted On 27 Jun 2012

State Police seize over $143,000 of suspected drug cash during traffic stop Tuesday

A traffic stop on Interstate-75 Tuesday morning led Kentucky State Police to more than $143,000 in suspected drug money.

Fire destroys Corbin home; third suspicious blaze in the area

While Corbin firefighters have no solid evidence of arson, they are asking Corbin Police to look into the fire that destroyed an empty home on 23rd Street early Monday morning.

Three more stores now selling alcohol in Corbin; total up to 13

Three more stores have jumped into the beer business in Corbin.

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