On the road to Nashville
Musical talent in Sydney Hurst’s family may have skipped a generation, but that hasn’t stopped Marsha and David Hurst, of Corbin, from supporting their 16-year-old daughter’s aspirations of one day becoming a professional country music performer.
Area attractions place in ‘Best of Kentucky’ contest
Cumberland Falls State Resort Park and London’s World Chicken Festival placed in this year’s Kentucky Living “Best of Kentucky” contest.
There was power in the color pink Monday afternoon, as a group of people participated in the “Planet Pink” Cancer Awareness Walk in downtown Corbin.
Ossoli Club presents the 2013 May Day Candidates
Elsewhere in Kentucky, Derby season may open with fireworks, elegant parties, or parades. In Corbin, Derby season kicks off with a completely different race, a fundraising race, and Derby weekend itself this year will open with the 70th Annual May Day Festival, where the Ossoli Club of Corbin applauds and rewards the girls who have raised money for the community.
Hunter Hills holding pet supply drive
Eleven-year-old Savannah Litton believed she had found of an abused and abandoned kitten, but didn’t know what to do about it.
Empty Bowls looking for sponsorships
Spring’s almost here, and within weeks the potter’s wheel will kick into full gear, the kilns will be fired up, and volunteers will paint the finished bowls.
‘We’ll never forget this’
Darren Pennington and Frank Votolato remember exactly where they were on Friday, March 2, 2012.
ASPCA names animal shelter a participant in dog rescue project
Knox-Whitley Animal Shelter in Rockholds has been selected by the ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) to participate in The Carroll Petrie Foundation Dog Rescue Project.
Corbin Primary celebrates Presidents’ Day
Every President of the United States stopped by Corbin Primary School’s gymnasium Tuesday.
Keeping the Music Alive
The Senior Citizens Center in Barbourville may not be Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, but the enthusiasm of the crowd listening to the two musicians perform was no less electric.
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