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Conley Wilton Moses

Conley Wilton Moses, age 89, of Southwood Estates, Corbin, Kentucky, departed this life on Friday, May 15, 2020 at Baptist Health in Corbin. He was born on September 25, 1930 in Williamsburg, Kentucky. He was preceded in death by his mother Lillie Moses and his wife, Cloia...

Jerry North

Jerry North, Jr,. age 87, of Locust Grove Road, Keavy, Kentucky, husband of the late Doloris North, passed away on Thursday, May 21, 2020 at the St. Joseph Hospital in London. The family of Mr. Jerry North, Jr. has followed his wishes and chosen cremation. Memorial services will...

Elizabeth Ann Smith

Elizabeth Ann Smith, age 61, of Valrico, FL, formerly of Williamsburg, KY, passed away Friday, May 15, 2020, at Sun City Hospice House in Ruskin, Florida. She was born on November 12, 1958 in Jellico, TN, to the late Ralph and Liza Kitts Marlow. Along with her parents, she was...

Railroad cross on Ky. 904 to be closed to vehicles Tuesday and Wednesday

Kentucky Transportation officials announced that the railroad crossing on Ky. 904 in Whitley County will be closed to traffic Tuesday and Wednesday. The closure will begin at 8 a.m. Tuesday and will continue through 5 p.m. Wednesday. Officials are warning motorists to expect...

Union College to resume on-campus classes in the fall

Union College officials announced Friday that on-campus classes will resume in the fall. No dates have yet been set, but President Dr. Marcia Hawkins noted that the campus would begin coming back to life in August. “We are developing the policies and practices necessary to ensure...

Minor earthquake reported between Corbin and London early Friday morning

Residents in between Corbin and London found themselves at the epicenter of an earthquake early Friday morning. The 2.46 magnitude earthquake was centered on O Johnson Road, between Ky. 552 and Maple Grove Road north of Keavy. According to the U.S. Geologic Survey, the quake...

Corbin City Commission reinstating restaurant, alcohol taxes

After suspending the city’s restaurant and alcohol taxes in March because of the COVID–19 pandemic the forced restaurants and other businesses to limit public access, the Corbin City Commission voted Monday night to reinstate the taxes beginning June 1. Mayor Suzie Razmus noted...

Senior parade way cooler than anything I did for graduation

This past Sunday afternoon I took some photos of the Lynn Camp High School senior parade, and I have to admit, I found myself feeling just a little bit jealous. Listen, I know that the coronavirus pandemic has robbed our seniors of many things this year. That is not in question,...

Associates in Eye Care seeing patients again, adhering to all state and federal guidelines

Many, who wear glasses or contact lenses, might have taken their access to eye health care for granted before the COVID-19 pandemic. But since reopening, phones have been ringing nonstop at Associates in Eye Care (AEC) with people scheduling their eye health exams, or being...
Posted On 22 May 2020
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CHS, West Point graduate John ‘Sug’ Hamlin dies

Retired Col. John “Sug” Hamlin, who graduated from Corbin High School in 1967, and The United States Military Academy West Point in 1972, passed away Saturday, May 9, in Birmingham, Alabama. “John was extremely proud of his Corbin roots. He was also proud of graduating from West...
Posted On 22 May 2020
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