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Legal Notices for 7/18/12

     PUBLIC NOTICE OF BLASTING SCHEDULE Mountainside Coal Co., Inc., 7692 South Highway 25W, Williamsburg, KY 40769; Phone: (606) 785-7277 proposes the following blasting schedule. The blasting site encompasses approximately 136 acres of contour surface...
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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Reach out and touch someone

In 1981 the American communications corporation AT&T with the slogan ‘Reach out and touch someone’. The idea was simply to get customers to make more use of the telephone, but the phrase caught on and now has a broader meaning.

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Carroll-Clifford announce upcoming marriage

The parents of Rachel Carroll and Ted Clifford would like the announce the upcoming marriage of their children.

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Norvell makes Miss Kentucky Top 13

Courtney Norvell, the 20-year-old daughter of Patrick and Leah Norvell of Corbin, was one of 31 young ladies converging in Lexington on July 8th to begin their journey vying for the title of Miss Kentucky. After a week of appearances, it all came down to one...

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Coroner: Whitley averages one drug-related death per week

Over 18 months, Whitley County has averaged nearly one drug related death per week, Coroner Andy Croley told the Whitley County UNITE coalition Monday evening.

Posted On 18 Jul 2012

Liquor store owners reveal plans following licensing decision

Ernie's Spirits behind Applebee's, Tri County Liquor in the former Dairy Queen store at the Trademart shopping center and Liquor King on Cumberland Falls Hwy have been selected to each receive one of Corbin's three allotted package liquor licenses.

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Hundreds turn out to honor former State Rep. Dewayne Bunch at Sunday funeral

If Dewayne Bunch could pick out what he would have wanted people to remember about him, it would probably be his love for both his family and his country, his wife Regina Bunch said during an interview Tuesday afternoon.

Posted On 18 Jul 2012

Corbin’s McNeel becomes longest serving superintendent in Kentucky

For Corbin Independent School's Superintendent Ed McNeel, the district motto "Striving to Be the Best" is more than just a wishful slogan or hopeful goal.