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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Oh the sun shines bright

But it failed to shine on the day of the Kentucky Derby. On a day that should always be designated and approved by a congressional committee to always be sunny... it rained. Buckets.

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Sword-Crawford announce forthcoming marriage

Tammy Jo and Jim Sword of Pikeville announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Tara Jo Sword, to Joshua Kent Crawford, son of Ms. Wendi Crawford of Corbin, Ky. and Mr. Danny Crawford of Somerset, Ky.

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Davis-Wells to wed

Mike Brown, Roger and Terry Wells, together with family and friends, wish to invite you to the wedding of their children, Ashley Nicole Davis and Travis Ray Wells.

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Tharpes celebrate 52nd anniversary

Charles and Louise (Ball) Tharpe celebrated their 52nd wedding anniversary on March 30, 2013. They were married in Jellico, TN on March 31, 1961.

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Daily Obituary Notices for May 8, 2013

Shirley Junior Lawson Shirley Junior Lawson, 84, of Williamsburg, departed this life on Saturday, May 4, 2013. Visitation will be after 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 8 at Croley Funeral Home. Funeral service will be at 11 a.m. Thursday, May 9 at Croley Funeral Home. Croley Funeral Home...
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Electronic Edition for 5-8-13

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Attorney General says Whitley Jailer violated Open Records Act

The Kentucky Attorney General has ruled that Whitley County's Jailer recently ran afoul of state open records laws in responding to a request for information from the Sheriff regarding "alleged wrongdoing or injuries to inmates."

Renovated, expanded CHS hailed as a ‘showcase’ school

Corbin High School’s faculty, staff and students may be close to understanding what the Egyptians felt when the Great Pyramids were finished or how Michaelango felt when finally declaring the artwork in the Sistine Chapel to be finished.

$1.3 million road construction project to begin in downtown Corbin May 20

A $1.3 million project to improve the two main roadways in downtown Corbin is set to begin May 20, and local officials say it is some of the most significant work being done to downtown streets in years.

Williamsburg man gets 28 years in jail for string of thefts

Whitley Circuit Judge Dan Ballou sentenced a Williamsburg man to 28 years in prison Monday afternoon in connection with five separate felony cases.

Posted On 08 May 2013