Domestic violence is ignored too often
Can you count the number of times that you have picked up this paper or another newspaper and read that there has been another domestic violence incident in the area in which you reside? Did you stop and think how many people are affected by just one incident? How many children, families, friends, coworkers, church members, employers and extended families are affected by just one domestic violence incident?
Corbin Band Boosters say thanks
The Corbin Band Boosters would like to publicly thank our community partners for all the support they give to the Corbin High School Band.
Where is the justice for the Bunch family?
To the people of Whitley County, where is the justice for Dewayne Bunch and Regina and their family? What was the judge thinking when he sentenced the boys who caused Dewayne’s injury?
Hidden costs in renewing car tags must be removed
Did you know that when you have to renew your tags for your car that there may be a hidden cost to you that you did not even know?
A thanks to those who made our open house successful
On Friday, August 3,the Books to Kids Reading and Tutoring Center at 510 Main Street in Williamsburg held its open house. As volunteer director of the center, I want to thank those who helped make the day a great success.
Thanks to Knox-Whitley Animal Shelter and Williamsburg Veterinarian Clinic
I would like to thank Knox Whitley Animal Shelter and the Williamsburg Veterinary Clinic for their kindness.
Union College’s Upward Bound program too important to let go
I was saddened to hear that this year may be the last for the Union College Upward Bound Program. I worked with the program for three summers as Tutor Counselor and one summer as Academic Liaison.
Karl Bays: a common Corbin man that achieved uncommon goals
It would be appropriate that The Arena be renamed the “Karl Bays Memorial Center.” Karl and his wife, Billie Joan White, graduated from Corbin High School in 1951. Karl and Billie were outstanding students.
Congress needs to pass Violence Against Women Act
Even though nearly one in five U.S. women have been raped and one in four women have been the victim of severe physical violence by an intimate partner, efforts to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act are at a standstill.
Chamber members should not have to pay higher price to hear Gov. Beshear speak
The Chamber in all its luncheons for republican governors, senators, congressional representatives, state senators, and other republicans never hiked the luncheon price when they have spoken. For Beshear’s appearance they have nearly doubled the price.
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