CORBIN — For schoolchildren, their fascination with food can be amazing to watch. Here, two Corbin Elementary students wonder what this new taste could be? Is it green beans, the roll, the turkey? Or is it the texture of that chocolate pie between them? “Hmmm…just what is it?…Hey, give it to Mikey!” Many parents and grandparents came to school to sit down with their kids or grandkids Tuesday.
Brian Martin, fifth from right, explains to the group about how things work at E & B Farms in East Bernstadt. Approximately 50 people took the Laurel County Kiwanis Farm/Industry Tour Thursday. E & B Farms specializes in Registered Black Angus cattle.
Fun on the Farm
Farming and industry — that’s part of the backbone and history of most areas of southeastern Kentucky.
- Fun on the Farm
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New design approved for Pleasant View Elementary
Pleasant View Elementary School got its new design approved during a special meeting of the Whitley County Board of Education Thursday.
Networking the region’s future
They say, “It pays to have connections, and to stay connected.” In the case of Leadership Tri-County, that saying is part of the bigger picture of identifying and nurturing potential leaders from the region now into leaders needed in the years ahead.
Officials set to launch Click It Or Ticket
Picture this: It’s a beautiful spring day, and you decide to take the family out of the house on a drive somewhere in the country.
Business interested in former Lion Uniform building
A current Williamsburg business is one step closer to opening bigger doors after Monday’s Williamsburg City Council meeting.
- New design approved for Pleasant View Elementary
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North Laurel's Kailin Yantz slides back into first during the Lady Jaguars' 5-2 loss to Somerset.
Jumpers stun North
Both North Laurel and Somerset struggled at the plate for six innings, but that didn’t mean the two teams weren’t going to provide some fireworks during the game’s final inning of play Thursday.
On the move
Mother Nature played a big role during the opening day of the Boys and Girls State Tennis Tournaments. She caused just enough havoc to put a major dent into Thursday’s first and second round schedules.
- Jumpers stun North
Disturbing trend of hyperbole in media, politics
There is a disturbing trend of absolute hyperbole on the part of news media and political speakers. What I’m talking about is the immediate use of top shelf words like “dictator,” “fascist,” “communist,” and this really has to stop.
- Disturbing trend of hyperbole in media, politics
Gone, but not forgotten
At 2 p.m. Thursday, the students, teachers and staff of Corbin Elementary School took time out to remember one of their own.
- Gone, but not forgotten
Corbin to host electronic recycling day
As technology changes, so does the hardware. That means older computers, televisions and other electronic equipment have to find their way out of your home or office, and into the waste bin.
- Corbin to host electronic recycling day