Bomb-smelling dogs join Williamsburg Police, Whitley Jailer’s Office
Three new employees have joined the ranks in Williamsburg and Whitley County. They won’t need uniforms, but these four-legged friends are definitely trained, tested and tough at their jobs.
A Seasonal Delight
Let the lights shine. And at St. Joseph Hospital London, the lights will shine right up to the new year. During what started out to be a tree lighting ceremony and ended up “a Christmas Open House” Tuesday, those gathered celebrated the spirit of giving during the event.
The Heritage wins state, national honors
The Heritage Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility in Corbin has had an award-winning year nationally and statewide, culminating by being named the 2012 Statewide Facility of the Year by the Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities (KAHCF).
Learning how to deal
After 30 years of dealing with potentially terminal illnesses, Richard Robinson has learned the importance of faith, attitude and recognizing your limitations.
Carpenter recognized as 2012 KAED Community Professional of the Year
Bruce Carpenter, executive director with the Corbin Economic Development Agency, was awarded the James J. Coleman Community Professional of the Year Award.
Corbin woman battles with lung cancer
In 2008, Brenda Sue Gentry, of Corbin, had suffered about a year of flu-like symptoms and treatments for conditions ranging from strep to bronchitis.
Injury doesn’t damage beauty queen’s outlook
Taylor Hubbard, the 2010 Miss Kentucky Teen USA, knows the thrill of winning a beauty pageant. Sadly, she also knows what it’s like to have her All-American looks scarred.
Team Obama vs. Team Romney
Secret Service Agents watched over the crowd inside the Betty Hamilton Center of the Performing Arts at Corbin High School on Wednesday afternoon, as the school’s JROTC Color Guard presented the American flag, and emcee Chace Adkins asked the crowd to stand for the playing of the National Anthem.
Bequest to state used to preserve Whitley land
The Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission became the recipient of an unexpected and much appreciated bequest that will make possible the protection of 1,591 forested acres along Laurel Fork in Whitley County.
Corbin’s Doolin now eligible for National Teacher of the Year
After being named Kentucky’s Teacher of the Year for 2013, Kristal Doolin said the heady feeling of winning the award last Wednesday hasn’t hit her yet.
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