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Junior Woman’s Study Club donates to hospital auxiliary

Photo by Bobbie Poynter Pictured from left to right are Knox County Auxiliary President Stella Smith, Rita Wood, representing the Junior Woman’s Study Club, and Sheila Halter, Junior Woman’s sponsor and auxiliary member.

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Pictured from left to right are Knox County Auxiliary President Stella Smith, Rita Wood, representing the Junior Woman’s Study Club, and Sheila Halter, Junior Woman’s sponsor and auxiliary member.

by Bobbie Poynter

Editor

The GFWCKY Barbourville Junior Woman’s Study Club recently donated $2,000 to the Knox County Hospital’s Auxiliary. The content you are trying to view is available only to subscribers. Please log-in or go to Register to subscribe today!

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Midnight Raid

Photo by Bobbie Poynter Barbourville police arrested six people Friday night and charged them with manufacturing methamphetamine. Pictured are Barbourville Police Chief Winston Tye (far left) and Patrolman Josh Lawson (far right) transporting two of the six arrested, Linda Davis, 51, and Howard Douglas Davis, 54.

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Barbourville police arrested six people Friday night and charged them with manufacturing methamphetamine. Pictured are Barbourville Police Chief Winston Tye (far left) and Patrolman Josh Lawson (far right) transporting two of the six arrested, Linda Davis, 51, and Howard Douglas Davis, 54.

Midnight Raid

By Bobbie Poynter

Editor

Barbourville Police raided an upstairs apartment in the Dixon Trailer Park around 11 p.m. Friday after receiving an anonymous tip that people in the apartment were cooking methamphetamine. The content you are trying to view is available only to subscribers. Please log-in or go to Register to subscribe today!

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City holds Spring Concert

Photo by Michaela Miller  Barbourville’s Elementary choir performed at Barbourville’s spring concert on Tuesday. The Elementary choir consisted of fourth and fifth graders and they sang several songs along with the Middle and High school choirs performing after.

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Barbourville’s Elementary choir performed at Barbourville’s spring concert on Tuesday. The Elementary choir consisted of fourth and fifth graders and they sang several songs along with the Middle and High school choirs performing after.

By Michaela Miller

Barbourville Independent Schools held their spring choir concert Tuesday, May 12, in Union’s Chapel.

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Lessons in Elegance

Photo by Bobbie Poyter The 16 young ladies were treated to a limousine ride to and from Girdler School and Union College.

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The 16 young ladies were treated to a limousine ride to and from Girdler School and Union College.

Photo by Bobbie Poynter  Dane Imel, student member of the National League of Junior Cotillion and instructor Karen Valentine, shows one of the evening’s dinner guests the proper way for a couple to be in ‘hold’ during a formal dance.

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Dane Imel, student member of the National League of Junior Cotillion and instructor Karen Valentine, shows one of the evening’s dinner guests the proper way for a couple to be in ‘hold’ during a formal dance.

Photo by Bobbie Poynter  Sixteen 5th and 6th grade girls from Girdler Elementary were formal dinner party hosted by the National League of Junior Cotillion and Knox County Unite as part of Unite’s Girl Power Program.

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Sixteen 5th and 6th grade girls from Girdler Elementary were formal dinner party hosted by the National League of Junior Cotillion and Knox County Unite as part of Unite’s Girl Power Program.

by Bobbie Poynter

Lessons in Elegance

A very special dinner party was held at Union College Monday night.

“Remember, in all the world, there is only one you. You should be proud of that, Karen Valentine told her young dinner guests.”The content you are trying to view is available only to subscribers. Please log-in or go to Register to subscribe today!

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A portion of KY 1629 in Knox County to be closed

MANCHESTER, Ky. (May 26, 2015) – A portion of KY 1629 in Knox County (at the junction of KY 830) at mile point 4.151 will be closed Wednesday, May 27 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The road closure is necessary to allow contractors to perform cross drain repairs.

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