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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: I need some good karma

Kurt Vonnegut was the first person to say “If I had known I would live this long, I would have taken better care of myself.”  It was later repeated by Rodney Dangerfield, but no matter. Guess those years of boozing and hanging out in bars are catching up...

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Annen-Tate unite in marriage

Jessica Ann Nicole Annen, daughter of Don and Susie Kitchen of Corbin, Ky., and Cameron Joel Tate, son of Larry and Linda Tate of Corbin, Ky., were united in marriage on May 26th at 7:00 p.m. in a beautiful field ceremony off of Fox Run Road.

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Payne-Barton to wed

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Martin, Corbin, Mr. and Mrs. David Payne, Barbourville, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Barton II, Corbin, announce the wedding engagement of their children, Megan Michelle Payne and Rex Lee Barton.

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Corbin’s first liquor store may open this weekend

The first of Corbin's three planned liquor stores could open as early as this Friday, owners said Monday - more than a month earlier than the deadline set by the state Alcohol Beverage Control Office.

‘Love Loud’ leaders say effort had big impact on community

Over 800 volunteers served thousands in the community through food giveaways, free health screenings and other random acts of kindness as part of a huge citywide four-day event last week organizers called "Love Loud."

Redhound Theatre opens season with ‘Maid to Order’ Thursday

The curtain is set to go up on the new season at the Redhound Theatre Thursday with the performance of Matthew K. Begbie's, "Maid to Order."

Elderly Corbin woman found safe after Golden Alert issued, massive search conducted

An elderly Corbin resident was found bruised and a little battered early Tuesday morning, but otherwise safe and sound after a massive seven-hour search.