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WHITLEY COUNTY — The Cumberland River Green Dot muralist Hilary Baker along with project organizers welcomed approximately 100 Whitley Countians as they came to be a part of and paint on a new community mural Thursday and Friday in Corbin. Corbin Mayor Suzie Razmus was just one of the many w…

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CORBIN — After a successful inaugural event last year, Corbin Tourism is again partnering with The Times-Tribune to bring back a local favorite when it kicks off the second annual Finger Lickin’ Chicken Week on Monday, Jan. 20.

Citing lower costs and the digital age, Republican State Rep. Jerry Miller has introduced legislation to remove paid public notices from newspapers and instead post them for free on local government websites.

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CORBIN — Just days after country rap musician Ryan Upchurch will perform in Corbin, another hit artist, Aaron Lewis, is scheduled to take the stage at the Corbin Arena.

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Cumberland River Green Dot muralist Hilary Baker along with project organizers welcomed community members to come and paint sections of the mural Thursday. Corbin Mayor Suzie Razmus was just one of the many who stopped by at the Cumberland River Behavioral Health’s adolescent and child clini…

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FRANKFORT, Ky. – Jamie Link has been named Executive Director of the Kentucky Communications Network Authority (KCNA) – the state agency overseeing the KentuckyWired project. During a special meeting Wednesday, January 8, Link was voted in and hired by the KCNA Board. He replaces Interim Dir…

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FRANKFORT—A bill to legalize sports wagering and regulate online poker and fantasy sports operations in Kentucky is on its way to the House after receiving committee approval Wednesday.

WILLIAMSBURG — Williamsburg’s City Council heard reports from both Williamsburg Police Chief Wayne Bird and Williamsburg Fire Chief Larry Todd during its regular council meeting Monday evening.

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If you’ve been around a phone or computer screen this past week, chances are you’ve seen something referencing British Comedian/Actor/Producer Ricky Gervais causing a bit of an uproar while hosting this year’s Golden Globe Awards.

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FRANKFORT -- Unemployment rates rose in 95 Kentucky counties between November 2018 and November 2019, fell in 18 and stayed the same in seven counties, according to the Kentucky Center for Statistics (KYSTATS), an agency of the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet. Both Whitl…

A recent health journal article summarizes a growing body of research that refutes the oft-made claim that electronic cigarettes are 95 percent less harmful than traditional cigarettes. It calls the estimate a "factoid," or an unreliable piece of information that has been repeated so often i…

Each year, we make resolutions to exercise regularly, eat well, and give up smoking and other bad habits. Following these basic rules could cut heart disease risk by 80 percent, diabetes risk by 90 percent and cancer risk by 50 percent. But, most of us fail to keep our promises to ourselves.

LEXINGTON -- January means New Year's Resolutions, and the two most popular resolutions are focused on dieting and exercising. If you've set an exercise-related goal this year, your diet may vary to help you achieve it. Although working one-on-one with a professional with reputable credentia…

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WILLIAMSBURG — For Mountain Outreach (MO), the holiday season means getting into the spirit of giving. The non-profit organization, run by staff and students at University of the Cumberlands, hosts special events to help out families during the holiday season.

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Corbin welcomed World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Superstars to town on Sunday, so much so Corbin Mayor Suzie Razmus handed WWE Superstar King Corbin a proclamation changing the name of the city the King Corbin after the star. The change was only effective for Sunday and all in good fun. A…

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