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Lady Colonels volleyball off to a great start after district win and strong showing in Champions of the Mountains Classic

 Head Coach David Halcomb hopes his team will continue their success, claim another region title.

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Daily Obituary Notices for August 27, 2014

Beverly Ann Griffith Beverly Ann Griffith, 81, of Louden Road, Williamsburg, departed this life on Monday, Aug. 25, at her home.  Visitation is after 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 27, at the Croley Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral Services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 28, at the...
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Former Corbin Tourism Director speaks out on decision to resign

Former Corbin Tourism Director Portia Flowers-Gosser said it was differences in visions on tourism and failed promises over benefits that led her to step down abruptly during a tourism commission meeting last week.

County leaders want to build boat ramps, campsites on Cumberland River

Currently several boat ramps operate inside both Whitley and Laurel counties to service Laurel Lake, one of Whitley County's biggest tourism draws and recreation sites.

Posted On 27 Aug 2014

Police looking for leads in Philly Connection Robbery

Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies are searching for the man who robbed Philly Connection in North Corbin Sunday morning.

Questions still linger after teen killed by ambulance

The funeral for a Lynn Camp High School freshman, who was killed Saturday night when he was struck by an ambulance, will be held Saturday in Corbin.

TV, film star Larry Sellers to be Master of Ceremonies at Corbin Pow Wow this weekend

Film and television personality Larry Sellers, who most notably starred as “Cloud Dancing” on the hit CBS series “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” will serve as Master of Ceremonies at the sixth annual Kentucky Native American Heritage Museum Pow Wow to be...