CORBIN — Read all about it this spring
‘The Boys From Corbin’ book signing April 13
Former jailer’s DUI case continued again
Former Whitley County Jailer Lloyd E. Davenport’s DUI case was continued again in Whitley County District Court Wednesday.
Beshear comes out strong for tax reform
Politically secure after re-election to a second term, the Kentucky governor, who has presided over $1.6 billion in budget cuts in five years, called on lawmakers Wednesday evening to step up and tackle the state’s persistently stagnant revenue problems.
Comment on school’s Facebook page causes concern
Situation handled by school, post on Corbin High School’s site removed
Lawmaker supporting medical marijuana
Erin Hopkins, an Eastern Kentucky University pre-med biology major from Corbin, understands marijuana won’t cure all ills.
Verdict still out on new managed care system
Sometimes it’s all in the eyes of the beholder.
Stumbo, Edelen say most taxing districts ‘do it the right way’
Back in November when state Auditor Adam Edelen released a report on special taxing districts, he characterized the system as “byzantine, a ghost government” and a “scandal.”
Special taxing disticts in the Tri-County
There are several special taxing districts listed in the Tri-County area.
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