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Electronic Edition for 4-18-2018

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Forcht Group executives attend opening days

Top, attending the Lexington Legends Opening Night on April 5th from the Forcht Group of Kentucky were, left to right, Laurie Shockley, Marion Forcht, Leslie Jarvis, John Shockley, Eddie Woodruff, Terry Forcht, Craig Shockley, Roger Alsip, and Justin Badeau. Above, Attending the...

Letter: Tri-County Conquer 5k race to be held Saturday to raise awareness of sexual assault and child abuse

To the Editor: April is Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Awareness Month and this year s theme is “Your Voice Has Power.” How we talk about interpersonal violence matters. When we reflect on and change how we think and talk about the issue, we can create a culture of...

Letter: Lion’s Club annual auction to be held Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

To the Editor: The Corbin Lions Club will hold our annual auction in support of sight conservation on Saturday, April 14 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We will broadcast live on Redhound Television channel 18 (Spectrum cable), Redhound Radio 95.3 FM, www.redhoundproductions.com....

Dr. Don Barton remembered as compassionate, committed to community

An icon in the Whitley County area, known to many as, “Dr. Don,” will be celebrated and remembered Thursday. The funeral for Dr. Donald C. Barton, who died Saturday at age 83, will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday at Grace on the Hill United Methodist Church in Corbin. Visitation with...

Electronic Edition for 4-11-2018

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Electronic Edition for 4-4-2018

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Legislative Update: Negotiations on Kentucky budget continuing

President Abraham Lincoln was an expert at negotiating and winning. He was also a brilliant orator, known for putting the most complex matters in the simplest of terms. So when it came time for him to give advice about success, the 16th President’s response was brief but...

Electronic Edition for 3-28-2018

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Bill would ‘eviscerate’ Kentucky’s government transparency law, advocates warn

By Jack Brammer Lexington Herald-Leader FRANKFORT: Any government official in Kentucky would be able to use a personal device, such as a cell phone or laptop, to conduct government business and keep the records private under legislation being pushed by Senate Majority Leader...