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Daily Obituary Notices for May 1, 2013

Samuel Lewis Bowman Samuel Lewis Bowman, 83, of Williamsburg, departed this life on Tuesday, April 30, 2013 at Jellico Community Hospital. Visitation will be after 4 p.m. Thursday, May 2 at Croley Funeral Home. Funeral service will be at 11 a.m. Friday, May 3 at Croley Funeral...
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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Times Have Changed

Conditions now are very different from those of the past. Years ago, nobody in my neighborhood locked their doors. But times have changed and now everyone has a burglar alarm. A latch on a screen door was considered adequate to keep burglars out in those days. But burglars ...

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Way and Foley to be crowned Queen and Tiny Queen at the 2013 May Day Festival

When the Arena doors open this Friday evening for this year’s May Day Festival, those in attendance will have the opportunity to experience a milestone tradition: the 70th presentation of the event. Brooke Danielle Way will be crowned May Queen 2013 and Addyson Mae Foley...
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Three remain hospitalized following crash on I-75 near Corbin Sunday

Corbin Police say three people remain in critical condition following a four-vehicle collision on Interstate 75 in Corbin Sunday.

Organizers say Corbin gospel music showcase surpassed expectations

  Straight Creek was one of the first musical acts to play at the First Annual Corbin Gospel Music Concert held last Friday at The Arena. A first-of-its-kind local gospel music showcase went better than expected, organizers are saying this week, and plans are in the works...

W’burg El Dorados could have liquor license by end of summer

 By the end of summer, Williamsburg will likely have its second restaurant, which serves alcohol.

Posted On 01 May 2013

Judge takes arguments in Corbin, Knox tax dispute under advisement

Corbin and Knox County officials are now playing the waiting game after Circuit Court Judge Greg Lay announced he would take their respective arguments in the ongoing occupational tax dispute under submission.

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