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Lexington man dies in crash in I-75 near Corbin Tuesday

A Lexington man was killed Tuesday night when he lost control of his SUV on Interstate 75, ran off the road and struck a tree.

Bena Mae’s Kitchen: A Halloween Tale

This supposedly happened in a little town in New Mexico, and even though it sounds like an Alfred Hitchcock tale, it’s absolutely true!

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Brown-Davis to wed

The parents of Williams Samuel Davis would like to announce the wedding of their son to Tasha Renee Brown.

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Daily Obituary Notices for October 31, 2012

Alma Alder Early Alma Alder Early, 85, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2012 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Visitation will be from 5-7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 2 at Croley Funeral Home. Services will be private. Croley Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Jimmy Daryl Rose Jimmy Daryl Rose,...
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Electronic Edition for 10-31-12

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EXTRA CONTENT: Dispute over Corbin package liquor licenses spills into courts

After being denied a hearing before the Kentucky Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, a Richmond liquor store operator has now filed a lawsuit asking that a state judge stop the issuance of any more package liquor licenses in Corbin, and essentially force at least temporary...

Rockolds couple’s death still a mystery to investigators

Investigators have ruled out foul play, suicide and carbon monoxide poisoning in the death of two people found dead in a trailer on Mobley Branch Road Saturday evening.

Liquor King opens; plans to be southeastern Kentucky ‘megastore’

The largest of Corbin's three liquor stores is set to be in full operation today, and owner Bill Smith hopes that it will become an "anchor store" for all of southeastern Kentucky.

Local leaders hoping for ruling on occupational tax law by year’s end

Local leaders are hoping to have a court ruling by the end of the year on a controversial, retroactive law that allows Knox County to keep all occupational tax revenue collected within the city of Corbin, passed in the final hours of the 2012 General Assembly.

Conference aimed at empowering women

The Corbin/Whitley County Domestic Violence Council's Power-Up Conference Saturday was designed to help women ages 14 and up learn how to better empower themselves.

Posted On 31 Oct 2012