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My one, fateful book review

My one and only book review for this newspaper may have gotten me blacklisted. Let me explain. A couple of years ago, I thought it would be a cool idea to add book reviews as a semi-regular part of what we offer in the News Journal. I didn’t just want them to be reviews of the...

Electronic Edition for 6-27-2018

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KILLING A KILLER: Corbin native details his role in prison attack that led to death of infamous serial killer Donald Harvey

James D. Elliott Donald Harvey A Knox and Whitley County native, serving a long prison sentence in Ohio for a series of burglaries and assault, is claiming he is responsible for the beating death of infamous serial killer Donald Harvey — nicknamed the “Angel of Death” after he...

All Corbin schools now to offer free breakfast, lunch to students

District school resource officer William Rose talks to the Corbin Board of Education about the D.A.R.E. drug prevention program. Every school in the Corbin Independent School District will be offering free breakfast and lunch when students return to resume classes in August. You...

Electronic Edition for 6-20-2018

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Setting the record straight on annexation … again

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Local pastor turns tragedy into hope; asks local companies to be their best

Mike Addison likes to call himself a “hope dealer.” His gripping, personal story of how he overcame drug and alcohol abuse, mental illness, violence and death in his own family was his main topic as featured speaker during the Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s monthly...

Electronic Edition for 6-13-2018

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Electronic Edition for 6-6-2018

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Wrigley Tap Room hosting fundraising night Thursday for Carnegie Center project

The non-profit group dedicated to restoring and preserving Corbin’s old Carnegie Library building is partnering with a downtown Corbin restaurant in order to raise money for the project. The Wrigley Taproom and Eatery will be hosting a special fundraising night for the Carnegie...