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Five more arrested in connection with ‘drug pipeline’

One week after Williamsburg police arrested four out of town residents for public intoxication, who were believed to be part of a prescription drug pipeline from Florida, they arrested five other out-of-towners on similar charges.

Posted On 20 May 2009

Police identify body as Jeremy Johnson; Grubb charged with murder

Authorities have positively identified the body of a Knox County man found last Friday and have charged a long-time suspect with his murder.

Open up a little, time for city to bring back work session meetings

I've covered Corbin City Commission meetings, on and off, for the last 12 years now. I would consider myself fairly knowledgeable about the workings of city government.

Holiday weekend offers fun for a good cause locally

If you're looking for something to do this Memorial Day weekend and want to help out some good causes along the way, then you don't have to look much further than Williamsburg.

Posted On 20 May 2009

Legal Notices for 5/20/09, page 3

Bids will be opened at the Whitley County Board of Education, 300 Main Street, Williamsburg, Kentucky on June 3, 2009 at 10:00 AM. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.
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Legal Notices for 5/20/09, page 2

 MASTER  COMMISSIONER WHITLEY CIRCUIT  COURT P. O. DRAWER 1344 CORBIN, KY 40702 PHONE:606-528-0616 COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY 34TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT  WHITLEY CIRCUIT COURT DIVISION NO. II CIVIL ACTION NO. 08-CI-00921 FIRST NATIONAL BANK & TRUST, PLAINTIFF,...
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Forcht Bank celebrates Barbourville grand opening

Local officials, dignitaries and others were on hand last Friday...

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EXTRA CONTENT: Former local police officer, commission hopeful charged with DUI

A former local police officer and Corbin City Commission candidate was arrested over the weekend for drunk driving and other traffic offenses.

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Whitley Fiscal Court: Occupational tax collections higher than expected

The City of Corbin will be getting $111,000 and the City of Williamsburg will be getting $42,000 more than expected from payroll tax revenue this fiscal year.

Posted On 20 May 2009