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Sheriff’s Dept. raids Woodbine market, confiscates gambling machines; four charged

Whitley County Sheriff's deputies seized $375 cash and nine video gambling machines from the New Friendly Food Mart in Woodbine Wednesday afternoon.

Posted On 25 Jul 2012

Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Buy ‘Made in America’, when you can find it

When Betsy Ross sat down with George Washington, Robert Morris and George Ross in 1776, the four discussed Betsy sewing together the first American flag, and shortly thereafter the Star Spangled Banner was born.

Posted On 25 Jul 2012
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Blackburn-Sulfridge announce forthcoming marriage

Mrs. Margie Blackburn of Jellico, Tenn., would like to announce the forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Ashley Nicole Blackburn, to Travis Jordan Sulfridge, son of Vince and Pam Sulfridge of Williamsburg, Ky.

Posted On 25 Jul 2012
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Blakley-King to wed

The parents of Amber Blakley and Donnie Wayne King would like to announce the upcoming marriage of their children.

Posted On 25 Jul 2012
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Fodera-Rickett announce engagement

Jerry and Elaine Rickett of Corbin would like to announce the engagement of their son, Dr. Todd Andrew Rickett, to Ann Marie Fodera, daughter of Samuel and Christine Fodera of Louisville, Ky
 

Posted On 25 Jul 2012
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Neelys celebrate 50th anniversary

Family and friends please join us in celebrating our parents, Bill and Thelma Neely, 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, July 28, at the Jellico Community Center, 170 Broad Street, 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Posted On 25 Jul 2012
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Corbin gets over $22,000 in tax revenue off of June beer sales

The first month of sales of packaged beer in Corbin has generated more than $22,000 in tax revenue for the city.

Williamsburg doctor sanctioned for prescribing too many painkillers

A former Williamsburg physician, who moved back to Michigan two months ago, is no longer allowed to practice medicine in Kentucky unless he complies with the terms of an agreed order with the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure, which was issued on July 19.

Posted On 25 Jul 2012

Whitley jail inmates work to refurbish Corbin football stadium

Clean stone bleachers.

Bright fences that appear brand new.

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