Nearly 100 years ago young service men and women stationed around the world wrote home to their mothers on Mother’s Day.
Today, young service men and women stationed around the world write home to their mothers on Mother’s Day.
Not much has changed.
At the home of Dell and Donna Sams in Corbin, family and friends gathered on a Sunday afternoon around 2-month-old Caleb Dell, who is recovering from heart surgery that took place when he was only a month old.
Congratulations to the winners of The Times-Tribune Writing Contest, Caitlin Jones, Kaitlyn Warfield, and Mackenzie Teague, who each won a Skate Pass to Finley’s Fun Center and two passes to Kentucky Splash Water Park.
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Everyone enjoys the feeling of helping others, but often we’re unsure how. We become
overwhelmed with our daily routines of carpooling, working, preparing for the next day. Our good intentions become lost in a sea of procrastination. But perhaps all we need is an avenue, an organized way to help. If only there were an organization that would do all the thinking for us. Then maybe we would donate, volunteer, or just lend a helping hand to someone in need.
Still living life to the fullest
Ed Kent has always lived life with gusto. He served in the United States Navy and worked as a teacher for 31 years. He retired and moved to London from Philadelphia in 1993, but he wasn’t planning on sitting home and watching television. Now 80 years old, he is still working and living life to the fullest.
The 67th Annual May Day Festival
The following lovely young ladies from the Corbin High School sophomore class will be vying for the honor of being named May Queen of the 67th annual GFWC-KFWC Ossoli Club of Corbin May Day Festival.
Redbud's Diana Mills
Diana Mills has always had a passion for reading and literature. Her interest began as a child, with fairy tales and fables. Growing up in Cannon, story time was a precious time.
A quiet hero
Morris Black received a very special delivery in the mail on March 7, 2010. He finally received his Silver Star — 60 years after serving in World War II.
Now That's Kountry
Cindi Benton started her business, Kountry Krafts, newly relocated at 202 South Main Street in Corbin, on a dare — no business plan, no projected profits or sales margins. And so far, it has worked out just fine.
Chef writes a love letter to Kentucky cuisine
Overnight snow blanketed Kentucky, its rolling farmland and hillsides like a starched white tablecloth. The recent scene captured the gentle beauty, long-standing tradition and unique character of the Bluegrass State — things chef Jonathan Lundy has come to love.
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