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After months of legal delays, Ernie’s Spirits finally to open in Corbin

When Ernie’s Spirits officially opens its doors to customers for the first time today, it will be a special day for owner Kevin Durham whose father is the stores namesake.

Corbin swimmers impress at weekend invitational

 At this past Saturday's swim meet held at the Stiver's Aquatic Center in Barbourville, Corbin looked very good, especially for a first-year team.

Warm Hands, Warm Hearts garners 9,863 pairs of children’s gloves

Customers and the general public in Forcht Bank's twelve community markets responded to the bank's "Warm Hands, Warm Hearts" glove drive by generously donating 9,863 pairs of new gloves for children in need.

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Man to serve 16 years for attempted abduction of Corbin teen

The 16-year prison sentence that a homeless man will receive for trying to kidnap a Corbin teen from her home on American Greeting Road in May, will be served consecutively to the remainder of the life sentence he received for a murder and robbery in Clark County in 1989.

New beacon installed at Williamsburg-Whitley County Airport

One of the most prominent, ongoing maintenance issues at the Williamsburg-Whitley County Airport has finally been resolved, and the chairman of the board that oversees the facility says it is a sign that hard work to make improvements at the airport are paying off.

Bena Mae’s Kitchen: I’m sorry, I’m not a wine drinker

I have never gotten into wine. Nor beer, nor any alcoholic beverage for that matter. I’m not against other people who like the stuff if they can keep it under control.

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Jackson-Corum to wed

Randy and Vickie Jackson of Corbin, KY are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Natasha Lynn Jackson, to Chad Curtis Corum, son of Chester and Versie Corum of Manchester, KY.

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Snowy Day Art Projects

If you find yourself home with children on a snow day for this winter season, you may be rummaging around for projects to burn some energy. Whitley County Fine Arts has a few suggestions to get your creative juices in gear for your children.

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