Bequest to state used to preserve Whitley land
The Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission became the recipient of an unexpected and much appreciated bequest that will make possible the protection of 1,591 forested acres along Laurel Fork in Whitley County.
Corbin’s Doolin now eligible for National Teacher of the Year
After being named Kentucky’s Teacher of the Year for 2013, Kristal Doolin said the heady feeling of winning the award last Wednesday hasn’t hit her yet.
Breast Cancer Awareness T-shirts now available!
The Times-Tribune is selling T-Shirt to help raise awareness of breast cancer. T-shirt sizes range from Small to 2X and are $10 each. All proceeds from the T-shirt sales will go to the Tri-County Cancer Coalition. Stop the Times-Tribune office at 201 N. Kentucky Ave. or call 528-2464. All T-shirts are first-come, first served.
It's harvest time at the jail farm
The seeds sown by inmates of the Whitley County Detention Center last spring have grown. Now, the produce planted by the facility’s new farm program are being harvested for the fall.
Cancer patients, ‘You are not alone’
Runners like Sandy Curd will tell you there’s an exhilarating feeling when you head out for a brisk trek through the countryside. When everything’s right, that sense of freedom, accomplishment and satisfaction stays with you during and after the run.
Dispelling the image of the big bad wolf
A wolf dog sanctuary in Whitley County is seeking donations to complete an educational learning center that is $30,000 away from being finished.
Corbin school aims for fitness
Ropes were climbed, hula hoops spun round hips and chins cleared chin-up bars Wednesday at Corbin Intermediate School.
CMS’s Kristal Doolin gets Achievement Award, eligible for Teacher of the Year
High on the wall above the windows of Kristal Doolin’s classroom at Corbin Middle School is a quote from legendary animator and film producer Walt Disney.
‘America’s Greatest Little Sports Town’ anticipated to be out next spring
In Corbin, the tradition of excellence in sports runs deep. Throughout the town, people still relive moments in time when a band of brothers joined others on the field, and on the court, in the pursuit of victory.
Corbin Middle School teachers honored with signs
Two signs, honoring Corbin Middle School teachers Brent Jackson and his wife Jenni Lou Jackson, were unveiled Friday during a ceremony at historic Edwards Gym.
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