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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...

Electronic Edition for 5-22-2019

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Gibson’s Music has big plans for 50 year celebration

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...

Electronic Edition for 5-15-2019

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Dr. Aaron House to speak at Chamber of Commerce luncheon Tuesday

Local surgeon Dr. Aaron House will be the featured speaker next Tuesday, May 14, at the Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce monthly membership luncheon. Dr. House practices at with Baptist Health in both Corbin and Lexington. He specializes in General Surgery. A graduate of...

Officials announce London-Corbin Airport to be part of new EKU aviation maintenance technician program

With demand for trained aviation maintenance technicians expected to soar in the next few years, a new program, announced yesterday by federal and state officials, is being launched to address the need; and one local airport will be a site where hands-on training is slated to...

Electronic Edition for 5-8-2019

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The cigarette smoker I may have never been

Trent Knuckles is publisher of The News Journal. U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell claims he will introduce a bill that would make the purchase of tobacco products illegal for anyone younger than 21-years-of-age. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a...

Local constable partnering with Corbin Schools to battle truancy

A local constable has partnered with the Corbin Independent School District in order to clear out a backlog of truancy cases. Whitley County Second District Constable Ron “Bubba” Bowling said he’s worked diligently in recent weeks serving 29 citations against parents for truancy...