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Electronic Edition for 5-1-2019

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Electronic Edition for 4-24-2019

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Laurel Judge-Exec. brings $2,500 donation for Corbin Senior Citizens Center

After hearing about budget cutbacks impacting the Corbin Senior Citizens Center, Laurel County Judge-Executive David Westerfield didn’t want to give lip service to the problem. He prefers direct action. During a visit to the center last Thursday, Westerfield presented center...

Electronic Edition for 4-17-2019

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$80 million Arq plant in Corbin unveiled at chamber luncheon

A patented process that allows coal waste to be recovered and turned into and relatively clean, high-value energy source is the impetus behind the construction of an $80 million facility in Corbin that will employ about 70 workers in the very near future. C.K. Lane, Head of US...

Electronic Edition for 4-10-2019

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ARQ official to speak to chamber of commerce about big energy facility in Corbin

The head of U.S. operations for a company that turns coal waste into energy will be speaking at the Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce monthly membership luncheon next Tuesday about a project in Corbin that will provide numerous good-paying jobs. C.K. Lane, with Arq will be...

Corbin Lion’s Club auction begins next week

The Corbin Lion’s Club annual auction will be held Monday, Tuesday and Thursday of next week, and organizers plan to have hundreds of items available. The event will be live streamed on Facebook each evening from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. It can be viewed on the Corbin Lion’s Club...

Electronic Edition for 4-3-2019

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Pit Bull: The just-because-you-can dog

I’m convinced there is a certain percentage of people who do things simply because other people would prefer they didn’t. Call it an oppositional-defiant streak. I remember a case, when I was on the city of Corbin’s Code Enforcement Board, where someone we had cited for property...