CORBIN — Members of the Whitley County Future Farmers of America chapter from Whitley County High School listen while Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James R. Comer outlines possibilities for the future of agriculture in the state of Kentucky. Comer spoke Thursday at the Whitley County Courthouse Fiscal Court Room. From left, Adviser Glen Croley and students Nathan Ellis, Joe Creech, Hanna Logan and Zachary Newman.
Discusses future avenues for agriculture production
TODAY'S HEADLINES — Aug. 1, 2014
Jones presented with Purple Heart, Medal of Honor
Woman who caused fatal crash enters plea agreement
House heavily damaged in Moore Hill fire
‘Flex Program’ to earn high school diploma offered by Corbin schools
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Whitley County will open the season at home against Wayne County on Tuesday, Aug. 19.
HOW 'BOUT THIS?: The quiet discrimination of handicapped individuals
When I was a child, my parents took us to this amusement park called Knoebel’s Grove — it has a slightly different name now, but the basic premise remains.
It is and was Knoebel’s — and it was always fun.
I felt the same way about another regional amusement park, well known across the south.
But that attitude recently changed — as did my opinion of the place.
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- HOW 'BOUT THIS?: The quiet discrimination of handicapped individuals
Local woman vyes for Miss Kentucky crown
A Williamsburg woman is among the 32 contestants representing local scholarship pageants from across the state who will vye for the title of Miss Kentucky 2014.
- Local woman vyes for Miss Kentucky crown
July’s jumpin’ in Downtown Corbin
After Thursday’s fun, festivities and fireworks during the Independence Day Block Party, how do you top the month best known as the sizzling center of summer?
- July’s jumpin’ in Downtown Corbin