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Cryptocurrency: How I turned $3 into just 43 cents overnight!

The whole cryptocurrency thing … I just don’t get it. I consider myself a reasonably savvy guy when it comes to technology and its use in our culture. I pay attention to trends and listen to tech news regularly. But I have yet to get my mind around this stuff, no matter how much...

Letter: Terrell thankful for help with Corbin Senior Citizens Center funding

To the Editor: Happy Days are here again! Judges Mitchell, Westerfield and White, we appreciate the fine help you and your magistrates have provided to senior citizens from Knox, Laurel, and Whitley Counties who use the Corbin Senior Citizens Center. This was a real team effort...

Electronic Edition for 6-19-2019

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Prominent Corbin surgeon, Fine Arts Association co-founder, dies at age 90

A prominent local surgeon, and co-founder of the Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, passed away last Friday. He is being remembered this week as a humble, kind community servant whose contributions to his town will live on for years to come. Dr. Harry A. Hamilton...

Electronic Edition for 6-12-2019

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Electronic Edition for 6-5-2019

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Electronic Edition for 5-29-2019

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Funds are needed for cemetery upkeep

Here it is Memorial Day, or as we used to call it decoration day. As a child I remember when crowds would gather, bring lunches, having singing and linger at the cemetery. Things have changed with the passing of time. Now fewer people decorate and the stay lasts for only a few...

Gibson’s Music 50th anniversary celebration to culminate in free concert Saturday night

Gibson’s Music is celebrating 50 years in business this week, and owner and founder, Betty Comer, is planning a big bash to mark the occasion. The party will culminate Saturday evening with a free performance by pianist Jason Coleman, the grandson of world-renowned pianist Floyd...

Whitley Judge-Executive, Ossoli Club pledge support to Senior Citizens Center

It’s been a good week for the Corbin Senior Citizens Center. Just a month ago, the center was looking at about a $15,000 shortfall for the upcoming fiscal year, which would mean a reduction in the number of days it would be open, and meals it could serve those who utilize the...