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Daily Obituary Notices for November 28, 2012

Bonnie M. Cox Bonnie M. Cox, 84, of Corbin, passed away on Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012 at The Heritage. Private services were held Friday at Corinth Cemetery. Vankirk-Grisell Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Mary Chrystill Freeman-Perkins Mary Chrystill Freeman-Perkins, 75,...
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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Thanksgiving, the day after

Today I am wallowing in the afterglow of a fine Thanksgiving. Everything went as though it were scripted, family together around the dinner table, the two boxers eyeing the scene from another room, the tape player turned low with strains of 40’s music, and all the...

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Colonels pull off overtime thriller, beat Bell Co. 72-71

It took overtime to finish the job, but The Whitley County Colonels came back from an eight-point deficit with five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter to begin the season with a victory over the Bell County Bobcats Tuesday.

W’burg duo arrested for burglarizing church twice this month

Two Williamsburg residents are facing burglary charges after allegedly breaking into the same church twice this month.

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Woman seriously injured in south Whitley crash Tuesday

One woman had to be flown by fixed-wing aircraft to the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville after a single-vehicle injury accident in southern Whitley County early Tuesday afternoon.

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First license to serve alcohol in W’burg will be issued in December

Sometime next month, Williamsburg's Hong Kong Buffet should get the go ahead to begin serving alcohol.

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Housing Authority may purchase abandoned downtown building

The Greater Corbin Housing Authority is not only beginning the actual work to turn the former East Ward School into income-based housing. It is also taking on a new project, converting the former Thomasville Furniture building into apartments and commercial space.

Judge orders Shoneys to stay closed until back taxes are paid

A southern Laurel County restaurant, closed in August because of a cockroach infestation, won't likely reopen anytime soon because its owners owe the state nearly $52,000 in back taxes.