KCEOC celebrating 50-year anniversary of War on Poverty
KCEOC Community Action Partnership is joining in the national celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the War on Poverty and the inception of Community Action.
The unscrewing of Ernie’s Spirits
Justice finally prevailed for Ernie’s Spirits, of Corbin, with the decision of an independent hearing officer who could not be corrupted with political maneuvering and ruled in favor of Ernie’s.
Affordable Care Act insults the American people
There are five reasons that the Affordable Care Act — aided by the mainstream media — insults the American people.
Knox County’s first Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parade to be held Jan. 20
The Knox County Democrat Woman’s Club would like to invite the community to a Prayer Breakfast to be held at the St. Paul’s Baptist Church at 10 a.m. Jan. 20, as well as all of the events planned for this celebration.
Friends of the Laurel Co. Public Library to sponsor ‘Books to Books’ project
Send some love this Valentine’s Day to Laurel County soldiers serving overseas through the Friends of the Laurel County Public Library’s “Books to Boots” project.
Thanks to all who made Corbin’s Main Street look so beautiful
I want to express my thanks for our beautiful Christmas decorations on Main Street. It was a happy surprise to see how pretty Main Street looked this year.
Corbin Lions Club thanks food basket donors, more needed
The Corbin Lions Club continues to accept donations toward our annual Christmas Basket Program.
Baptist Health volunteers say ‘thank you’ to raffle supporters
The volunteers of Baptist Health Corbin would like to say “thank you” to all who bought chances on the quilts and afghan during the months of October and November. The winners were drawn Nov. 18.
Hunter Hills service truly honored our veterans
Last month, I had the privilege of attending a Veterans Day service at Hunter Hills Elementary School. I wish everyone in Corbin could have attended. It was a program that truly honored the veterans.
Ky. needs to enact smoke-free law
As president of the Kentucky Society for Respiratory Care and a board member of the Kentucky Rural Health Association, I urge state lawmakers to enact a smoke-free law, which would greatly benefit the health of Kentuckians.
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