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Estep should consult Corbin mayor before writing about tax situation

To the Editor: I am puzzled by Don Estep’s editorial this week which inferred that Corbin’s current leaders failed to take advantage of an opportunity to work out an agreement with Knox County and share some of the $1 million dollars that comes out of the businesses and workers...
Posted On 30 Jun 2016
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No good can come from having more alcohol in our community

To the Editor: Although there has been far too little publicity about it, the citizens of Williamsburg are scheduled to have an election on June 28, 2016. The issue is whether to have wide open alcohol sales, just as Corbin now has. Unless I, or someone I know, should be killed...
Posted On 15 Jun 2016
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Reader has ‘Dream of Prophecy’ that gives hope for the future

To the Editor: Storms raged as I rolled and tossed in my sleeping bag after Betty ran me out of the house for snoring, I finally settled down and had “A Dream of Prophecy” that gave me hope for our future. My dream opened as I watched Herschel Roaden, World Renown Master...

PRIDE President thanks everyone who supported Cumberland Falls cleanup

Dear Editor: I am writing to thank everyone in Whitley County and the Corbin area who supported the Cumberland Falls PRIDE Spring Cleanup on Saturday, April 30, 2016. I am delighted to announce that a grand total of 404 volunteers participated in the event. We were extremely...

Reader saddened youth of today will never know America of yesteryear

To the Editor: Oh, how sad that our grandchildren will never know the America many of us remember. How after walking to school and going into a good warm school room we read the bible, we prayed and recited the Pledge of Allegiance. How proud we were of our nation’s leaders and...

Selfishness and greed by Corbin’s neighbors hindering progress

To the Editor: An important role of business and government leaders is to remove roadblocks that hinder quality and performance. Leaders are responsible for doing what’s best for the people they lead and serve. We have leaders in Laurel and Knox County including Senator Stivers...

Hospice director says volunteers are vital part of organization

Dear Editor: April 10 – 16 is National Volunteer Week and every single volunteer deserves our appreciation and grateful acknowledgement. Across the United States, an army of trained volunteers — more than 430,000 — gave more than 19 million hours of service last year to...
Posted On 08 Apr 2016
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Tri-County Conquer 5k race to be held April 16 to support sex assault victims

To the Editor: What does a victim of sexual assault look like? He is the man with two children who stood behind you for movie tickets. She is the woman you stood behind in the checkout line. He is the older man that held the door open for your family at the restaurant. She is the...
Posted On 08 Apr 2016
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Reader: Terrell needs to wake up

To the Editor: Sounds like Bob “The Dreamer” Terrell needs to wake up. Somebody please wake that poor man up or change his medicine. He’s been having some bad dreams. Mike Lawson Williamsburg
Posted On 21 Mar 2016
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School starts too early; keep August a fun summer month

To the Editor: By now maybe some people have educated you about the school start date being changed. Just in case no one pointed it out I just want you to know that the school start was slowly moved into August by many educational administrators in the southern states as an...
Posted On 21 Mar 2016
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