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Saint Joseph London Foundation announces $1.1 million initiative to assist patients in accessing health and social services

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Catholic Health Initiatives’ Mission & Ministry Fund have awarded $1,124,240 in grant funding to the Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation, in cooperation with the Saint Joseph London Foundation, both part of KentuckyOne Health. The grant...

Local artists eligible for $3,000 Corbin mural contest

If you are an artist, who could use an extra $3,000, then Corbin wants your help with an upcoming mural. Downtown Corbin has launched the Underpass Mural Contest, hoping to transform the Roy Kidd Avenue Underpass with a fresh mural and make the area a place that people want to...
Posted On 20 Sep 2017
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Martha Jane “Susie” Reeves

Martha Jane “Susie” Reeves, 59, passed away on Monday, September 18, 2017 at UKMC in Lexington. Born in Barbourville, Susie was Baptist by faith and was a devout believer. She was retired and had been a waitress at the Rootbeer Stand. She was preceded in death by her...

After 30 years in education, Corbin’s Ramona Davis announces retirement

After 30 years in education in the Corbin School System, Deputy Superintendent Ramona Davis is calling it a career. Davis, who began teaching in 1983 and came to Corbin schools as an eighth grade science teacher in 1987, is retiring effective Oct. 1. A reception in her honor was...

Frankie L. McFarland

Frankie L. McFarland,  60, the husband of Patty Skeen McFarland of Spring City, TN and formerly of Corbin,  passed away on Friday at his residence. Funeral services were conducted Wednesday afternoon in the chapel of Vaughn Funeral Home in Spring City, TN. Graveside services and...

Knox Board of Education passes tax increase

As required by state law, the Knox County Board of Education recently held a public hearing before a special called meeting where they would finalize an increase in taxes. However, not a single person was present to oppose or support the increase and after 30 minutes of silence...
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Busy Bee Homemakers delivers quilts and blankets to hospital for cancer, cardiac patients and newborns

The Busy Bees Homemakers Club held the regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, September 13 at the Women Helping Others Center on Cumberland Falls Highway. Patsy Lawson presented the homemakers lesson on “Extending your Clothing budget with Simple Sewing Skills”. President Carolyn...

Legal Notices for 9-20-17

PUBLIC NOTICES The Whitley County Cooperative Extension District Board’s most recent audit and adopted budget can be viewed anytime on the Department for Local Government’s Public Portal website, https://kydlgweb.ky.gov/entities/16_SpgeHome.cfm. If you would like to view our most...

Master Commissioner Sales 9-20-17

COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY 34TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT WHITLEY CIRCUIT COURT DIVISION II CIVIL ACTION NO. 12-CI-515 FORCHT BANK, NA, PLAINTIFF, VS: JESSEY J. CARPENTER and his wife, LESLIE R. CARPENTER; And WHITLEY COUNTY, KENTUCKY, DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER’S SALE Pursuant to a...