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Your Facebook pictures may not be as safe as you think

Back in January, Greg McKenna, using the name Lacey Noonan, received media attention for his novel featuring New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski. The Patriots objected, but only pulled the self-published e-book off the market because of an Ohio couple’s...
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Home Cooking, Kentucky Style

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Bill to fix open records loophole should get support

I know it’s not always the most popular profession, but I can promise you that those of us in the news media are constantly fighting to keep people informed. A vital part of that is access to public records that tell us what our government is up to. Back in 2012, a sneaky...

Corbin Arena Manager shouldn’t be city’s highest paid employee

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A must-read for the ladies

When I received the following email from a friend, my first thought was RIGHT ON! It was voted number 1 email of the year and rightly so. So to my gentlemen readers I say forewarned is forearmed and you should read it at your own risk. The email goes on to say that a man was sick...

So you think you’ve had a bad day?

I don’t do alcohol or pills. I get the same effect standing up. — Anonymous Being old and ill puts you in an isolation that you never expected during your salad days. Your mind sends messages to your brain but your body refuses to respond. And the law of gravity is...

My mother was not politically correct

My mother was not politically correct Being politically correct means avoiding language that might offend someone. Much emphasis has been put on it by politicos in the campaign race for president in 2016. And so far it has not been practiced by many of the candidates. But...

Bena Mae’s Kitchen – It’s about time

It’s about time This autumn, daylight saving time has us “falling back” — or gaining an hour of sleep — during the wee hours of Sunday, November 1. While that may sound like the perfect way to recover from a weekend of Halloween, it can be surprisingly jarring on the body. It...