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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Has the news gone tabloid?

With 24 hour a day wrap-around cable news, TV stations find themselves having to fill a lot of dead air with what they call news.

Posted On 15 Aug 2012
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Myers-Akins to wed

The parents of Mary Myers and Evan Akins, both of Williamsburg, Ky., would like to announce their children’s upcoming marriage.
Mary is the daughter of Jessie and Gracie Sutton of Williamsburg, Ky.

Posted On 15 Aug 2012
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Whitley Co. native interning for Congressman Rogers

Nicolas Wilson, a 2009 graduate from Whitley County High School, is serving as an intern in Congressman Hal Rogers’ office for a duration of six weeks this summer.

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Electronic Edition for 8-15-12

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City wants Chamber of Commerce to pay $20,000 for NIBROC overtime costs

Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Director Bruce Carpenter came to the Corbin City Commission meeting Monday to discuss a proposal that the chamber help the city cover some of the approximately $20,000 in overtime it pays out to employees during Nibroc.

Four local men arrested in Knoxville, Tenn. on drug charges

An alleged drug transaction in a motel parking lot near Knoxville last week sent three Williamsburg residents and a Jellico man to a Tennessee jail.

Posted On 15 Aug 2012

Officials say both bridges on I-75 near Laurel/Whitley line have structural problems

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet officials say it will take four to six weeks to repair the cracks in the support beams of the Interstate 75 bridges at the Laurel/Whitley County line.

London woman loses over 30 percent of body weight, wins NIBROC Just Lose It competition

Danielle Baker of London took home the top prize in the 2012 Nibroc Just Lose It competition, dropping 30.28 percent of her body weight in just over three months.