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CORBIN -- Maxine VonGruenigen had an outlook on life as bright and hopeful as the morning's first peek of sunshine. As a businesswoman, friend and family member, she left an impression that will be missed by many.

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CORBIN - Despite a slight drop in the temperature, the Geeta Patel Splash Pad has seen a number of visitors during its first week of being open.

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FRANKFORT (KT) -- New cases of the coronavirus in Kentucky bounced back to Wednesday's level, while the state's positivity rate continued to drop, according to information from Gov. Andy Beshear's office on Friday.

LONDON — The city of Corbin has filed a lawsuit against the city of London in Laurel County Circuit Court, following a recent meeting by London’s City Council, in which the city voted on and passed the second reading of an ordinance that would see London annex two tracts of land near I-75’s …

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - One of Kentucky's largest employers has made a large donation of personal protective equipment, or PPE, to help the state combat the coronavirus pandemic.

WHITLEY COUNTY - As required by the state each September, the Whitley County Board of Education approved its working budget for the 2020-2021 school year during a special-called meeting Thursday evening.

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KNOX COUNTY - A former Knox County deputy jailer, who previously pleaded guilty to third-degree rape charges stemming from an incident in 2014, was ordered to begin her 60-day sentence in Knox County Circuit Court on Monday.

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LONDON -- A London man is charged with two counts of murder after his parents were found dead in their home on Tomcat Trail about 5 miles east of London Tuesday afternoon.

GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. – The Dollar General Literacy Foundation recently announced plans to help make a difference during the upcoming academic year with the award of nearly $80,000 in literacy grants in Kentucky. With these funds, educators at 38 schools, libraries and nonprofit organization…

RICHMOND, Ky. — The EKU Faculty Senate Ad Hoc Committee on Open Textbook Resources is awarding $23,000 in grant funding to three departments and four individual faculty who submitted proposals to develop zero textbook cost courses. This incentive grant program was made possible by an EKU Boa…

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If there is one thing I’ve grown to loathe, it’s moving. As I’ve mentioned in columns past, my family and I moved around a lot when I was younger. Back then, I didn’t mind it as much. It wasn’t until I was old enough to help move the furniture that I really started to dread it.

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WILLIAMSBURG — Since the annual faculty/staff award banquet was not able to be held this spring, University of the Cumberlands took time in their virtual faculty/staff meeting the week before classes began to recognize outstanding members of the Cumberlands family whose service to the Univer…

KNOX COUNTY - On Thursday, the Knox County Fiscal Court held a special-called meeting where it set its tax rates for 2020 and acknowledged the tax rates of Knox County’s other special taxing districts.

WHITLEY COUNTY - A woman, who was extradited from Oregon back to Kentucky in February on a charge stemming from a car crash which killed a man, had her trial date scheduled in Whitley County Circuit Court Thursday.

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The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet advises motorists that milling and paving operations have begun on Master Street in Corbin. The roadway will be reduced to one lane beginning through Tuesday, September 22 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. | Photo by Erin Cox

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CORBIN — When Sam and Brooklyn Nguyen travel, they always like finding the best place to enjoy a boba beverage. But they don’t have to travel for boba any longer, they’ve recently opened a boba cafe of their own in Corbin—Tra Sua.

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CORBIN — “I just want to give people the experience they’ve never had,” said Jim Bruso about his soon to open ice cream parlor on Main Street. “We’re not going to be the normal mom and pop ice cream shop.”

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (KT) — Fans will be allowed at Kroger Field this season as capacity is expected to be at 20 percent the school announced Thursday.

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In a time when virtual connectivity is more essential than ever, Kentuckians in rural parts of the Commonwealth are struggling due to a lack of internet availability near their homes. While school districts and local businesses work together to offer a temporary solution by offering WiFi hot…

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