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Operation UNITE offers free drug-testing kits to parents

Starting this week, parents will be able to pick up free saliva-based drug testing kits at various locations in Whitley County. The “Give Me A Reason” drug prevention initiative is a voluntary drug-testing program through the Appalachian High Intensity Drug...
Posted On 02 Mar 2016

Circuit Court 03-02-16

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Williamsburg Mayor leading package alcohol effort

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Posted On 02 Mar 2016

Duo Guitano to perform as part of FAA concert series

The Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, Inc. presents Duo Guitano, “The Romantics: Duos for Guitar and Piano,” Saturday, March 5, 2016, 7:30 p.m., Conway Boatman Chapel, Union College, Barbourville, Kentucky. Duo Guitiano is formed by Colombian-American...

Legal Notices for 3-2-16

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MINE Pursuant to Application Number 918-0434 Amendment No. 1 In accordance with the provisions of KRS 350.070, notice is hereby given that American Highwall Mining, LLC, P.O. Box 1539, Chilhowie, Virginia 24319 has applied for an amendment to an existing...

Corbin man to pay back $43,000 for gift card theft

A Corbin man must repay $43,000 to a local company and will spend a year on home incarceration after admitting Tuesday to using the company credit card to purchase prepaid cards and keeping them for himself. Twenty-four-year-old Roy Branham, Jr., who was arrested last week...

News Journal wins 24 KPA Awards

The News Journal brought home a total of 24 Excellence in Kentucky Newspaper Awards, including a second-place award for General Excellence in the large weekly newspaper division, during the Kentucky Press Association’s annual banquet Thursday night. “I’m very...
Posted On 02 Mar 2016

Retail development planned at Exit 29 truck stop site

The site of the former King’s Truck Stop in north Corbin could be crawling with traffic again as plans move forward for a new commercial development. A sign posted near the entrance to the property just off of Interstate 75 shows plans for seven different buildings totaling more...

Knox-Whitley Animal Shelter gets spay and neuter grant

Knox-Whitley Animal Shelter is pleased to have received a grant from Best Friends Animal Society to conduct Low Cost spay and neuters for helping to reduce the number of animals entering Knox-Whitley Animal Shelter. “This grant means that we can add this low-cost spay/neuter...
Posted On 02 Mar 2016
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