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REDHOUND – GRIDIRON

 It's just two months away before the Corbin Redhounds open the 2013 season.

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Rebel Shootout, June 21-23

 The 40th Annual Woodbine Rebel Shootout will be held June 21-23 at Miller Park.

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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Where everybody knows your name

I’ve lived in a lot of small towns in my life. When I was a kid and Daddy’s job moved to another town, we packed up and went along with him. I got to know a lot of people that way and I liked it. In every case, the townspeople were accepting and friendly toward...

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Parson selected as new CMS principal

When the opportunity to take over as leader of one of Kentucky's most academically successful middle schools arose, Jennifer Parsons just couldn'-t pass it up.

Cox’s to celebrate 60th anniversary

Charles and Arvilla Cox were married June 13, 1953 in Lawrenceburg, Ind.

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Hamptons celebrate 27th anniversary

Happy 27th Anniversary to Calvin and Yvonne Hampton.

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Rogers Explorers serve Williamsburg with PRIDE

Students learning to be future leaders of southern and eastern Kentucky got a hands-on lesson in community service on June 5.
The group of 34 middle-school graduates volunteered to pick up trash along HWY 92 in Williamsburg, around Walmart and Kentucky Splash Water...

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NIBROC gets $15,000 boost from Tourism Commission; Chamber decides to allow out-of-town vendors

Corbin Tourism officials pledged $15,000 to help support this year's NIBROC Festival, with a promise of more to come if it is needed in the future.

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Over 1,000 reached during three-day ‘Church to the People’ event in Williamsburg

Over a three-day period this weekend, nearly 300 volunteers from four Williamsburg area churches washed cars for free, handed out free gas cards, bought groceries and prayed and witnessed to people - some of whom they had never met before - as part of a first-time event...

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