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Feed high-quality forage to boost animal performance

The ultimate test of forage quality is animal performance. Producing high quality forages is vital to improved animal performance, whether your goal is more pounds of milk, a higher rate of gain, increased wool production or an improved conception rate. Forages provide a major...

Be resilient!

Resilience is something that everyone can have. When someone is resilient, it does not mean that a person does not have difficulty or that he or she does not feel stress. It means that the person is able to adjust. Here are some ways you can work toward being resilient. Talk to...

Ossoli Club presents 73rd Annual May Day Festival

May Day can mean many things to many people, but for the people of Corbin it has a special meaning.  Now, in case you have recently moved to our city, what follows is an explanation and mini history of May Day. The Ossoli Club of Corbin is a member of the Kentucky Federation of...

Corbin Fire Department dog, ‘Hemi” en route to vet clinic in Lexington

UPDATE: “Hemi,” the Corbin Fire Department’s unofficial mascot, will remain at Bluegrass Veterinary Specialists in Lexington overnight. Hemi’s owner, Firefighter Trevor Allen, took the four-and-a-half-year-old black Labrador Retriever mix to Lexington...

Moore takes stand in own defense Wednesday

Eddie Moore gave police a more than one-hour long interview the day after a teenage female relative accused him of molesting her in 2014. During the interview with police, which prosecutors have labeled as a “confession,” Moore admitted to touching the breasts of the girl, who...
Posted On 13 Apr 2017

Soccer standouts Neel Patel and Trey Cima discuss recent trip to Holland

As reported in the News Journal two weeks ago, local high school soccer players Neel Patel (Whitley County) and Trey Cima (Corbin) recently traveled to Holland as members of the Kentucky Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program.