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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Murder, he wrote

I’m keen on blood spatter pattern. And I recognize blunt force trauma when I see it. I can tell a suicide victim from a murder victim right away. A suicide victim doesn’t shoot himself in the right temple with his left hand.  I’m good.

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White-Bingham announce upcoming marriage

Darlene White would like to announce the upcoming marriage of her daughter, Brooke Lindsey White, to Terry Wayne Bingham Jr. Brooke is also the daughter of the late Johnny White.

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Lawson 50th Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lawson (Phyllis Rountree) of Jellico, Tenn. will celebrate fifty years of marital happiness on Thursday, September 13, 2012 with their daughters, Margaret and Marietta; grandsons, Aaron and Clint; and son-in-law, Steve Fitzgerald in Maryville, Tenn.

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Winners named in 2012 Old-Fashioned Trading Days Quilt Show/Contest and Canning Contest

The Williamsburg Old-Fashioned Trading Days Quilt Show/Contest and Canning Contest were conducted Wednesday, Sept. 5 through Friday, Sept. 7 by Matti Daniels, County Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Sciences and County Homemakers Association members, at the Whitley ...

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Electronic Edition for 9-12-12

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911 AUDIO: Trial set to begin Monday in shooting death of prominent local attorney

Lisa Gilliam is facing 20 to 50 years or life in prison when she goes to trial Monday in Laurel Circuit Court for the 2011 murder of her husband, Larry Gilliam.

Solemn memories of a tragedy

Above, University of the Cumberlands President Dr. James Taylor and others bowed their heads during a flag folding ceremony held at Patriot Park in Williamsburg Tuesday afternoon in honor of victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001. The event was one of many in the...
Posted On 12 Sep 2012

Corbin man wanted for lawn equipment theft caught by local constable

A Corbin man wanted in connection with the recent theft of over $12,000 in lawn equipment was arrested by a local constable Sunday.

Main Street Manager asks Corbin Tourism Commission to double down on ‘master plan’

The Corbin Tourism and Convention Commission is considering a request for $55,000 to match money budgeted by the city of Corbin to help broaden a "master plan" for improvements to Main Street and beyond.