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Bevin discusses friendship with President Trump at Corbin fundraiser

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, center, visited the home of Terry and Marion Forcht, in Corbin, this past Saturday for a private fundraising event. Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin revealed to supporters at a re-election fundraiser in Corbin Saturday that he frequently has 15 to 20-minute...

Electronic Edition for 3-27-2019

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Gov. Bevin, Sen. McConnell and others to speak at Lincoln Banquet Saturday in Corbin

The Fifth District Lincoln Club Banquet will be held this Saturday at The Corbin Center, and five local Republican leaders will be inducted into the club’s Fifth District Hall of Fame. Selected as inductees into this year’s Hall of Fame are: J.C. Egnew, a long-time business...

Electronic Edition for 3-20-2019

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Electronic Edition for 2-27-2019

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Marion Forcht, Lee Bryant selected for University of the Cumberlands Board of Trustees

University of the Cumberlands (UC) announced that Marion C. Forcht has been elected to serve on the University’s Board of Trustees. “We are very pleased Marion has agreed to serve on our Board,” said Jon Westbrook, chair of UC’s Board of Trustees. “Her business acumen and support...

Playing pranks in pubs with TouchTunes

When I was a kid, I loved jukeboxes. They were regular fixtures, particularly in pizza places. I remember going to Pizza Hut and begging my mom and dad to give me a little money for the jukebox so I could play a song I liked. “Centerfold” by the J. Geils Band was always one of my...

Electronic Edition for 2-20-2019

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Bowling Green man gets four years for killing of Corbin native

Corbin native Kenneth “Alex” Davis died in early September 2018 after being shot by his college roommate. His killer, 22-year-old Peter Gall, of Bowling Green, finally received justice last Wednesday; sentenced to four years in prison during a formal sentencing hearing in Warren...