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Daily Obituary Notices for April 17, 2013

Grant Lawson Grant Lawson, 79,, of Corbin, departed this life on Monday, April 15, 2013 at Baptist Health – Corbin. Visitation will be after 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 17 at Croley Funeral Home. Funeral service will be at 11 a.m. Thursday, April 18 at Croley Funeral Home....
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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Jonathan Winters, Mad Comic Genius

I’d be hard put to say when I’ve had a thoroughly deep cleansing belly laugh from the stand up comics or hosts on late night TV. Most of them use social media for their sources, and speaking for myself, social media is a sad place to draw from these days.

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May Day Festival Queen and Tiny Queen race update

At the end of the first count in the race for May Day Queen and Tiny Queen, the Ossoli Club has released the following results:
First place in the May Queen Race at this time is Jacqueline Elizabeth Noell. Emma Kate Carloftis is in second place. In third place at this...

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Whitley County High School hosts 5th Annual Easter Kentucky Dramatic Arts Society High School Drama Festival

This past Saturday, April 13, the Top High School Drama Students of our Mountain Region traveled to Williamsburg, Ky., to the University of the Cumberlands to perform at the 5th Annual Eastern Kentucky Dramatic Arts Society (EKDAS) High School Drama Festival.

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Electronic Edition for 4-17-13

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Two captured for robbing local tobacco store Tuesday; stolen money recovered

Laurel County Sheriff's deputies tracked down and arrested a Lily man and a Gray woman who they say robbed Brock's Tobacco Store on Ky. 229 Tuesday night.

Suspect sought in Tuesday night robbery of north Corbin gas station

For the third time in the last two months, a north Corbin gas station was the target of an armed robber Tuesday night, and police are seeking the public's help in solving the case

Local man pleads guilty to drunken crash the destroyed civic center sign

 The Corbin Civic Center is getting a new sign and Dalton Christopher Brewer’s legal battle over the destruction of the old sign is finished after pleading guilty Tuesday to driving under the influence when he ran his pickup truck off the road and into the sign in...

Huge local gospel music showcase planned for April 26 at the Corbin Arena

 A gospel music extravaganza aimed at showcasing local talent and unifying believers across denominations is set to take place later this month at The Arena in Corbin, and organizers are hoping the event is the beginning of something that will grow exponentially in the...