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Williamsburg adding more bicycle racks

  Those wanting to ride bicycles as a mode of transportation in Williamsburg will soon have some additional places where they park and secure their bicycles thanks to an effort being spearheaded by the Williamsburg Bicycle Coalition. “We are trying to get bike racks...
Posted On 09 Mar 2016

Corbin Tourism board sets gallery hop date, elects new officers

From left to right, Tania Marcum, Victor Patel and Jackie Willis. The 2016 event season in Corbin will kick off March 18 with the third annual Corbin Gallery Hop. Tourism Director Maggy Kriebel announced the event during the regular meeting of the Corbin Tourism Commission...

‘Rugged Redhounds’ raise $3,000 for new playground

The Corbin Primary School Parent Teacher Organization is on a mission to expand the school playground and it received a boost Thursday from a group of “Rugged Redhounds.” Corbin Primary students solicited pledges from family, friends and neighbors to be paid in return for them...

Corbin woman accused of stealing $30,000 from local business

A Corbin woman has been charged in connection with the theft of more than $30,000 from a local business where she had worked. Forty-year-old Heather B. Smith was arrested Feb. 22 following a Corbin Police investigation into a complaint of money missing from Southeast Audiology....

Caucus was a learning experience

Mark White is Editor of The News Journal. By the time the polls opened at 10 a.m. Saturday for the Republican Presidential Caucus at Whitley County High School, there were at least 100 people already in line waiting to cast their ballots. Mind you, there was no unanimous...
Posted On 09 Mar 2016

Whitley voters weigh in on merits of GOP candidates, caucus

3,176 Whitley County Republicans went to the county’s lone polling location at Whitley County High School Saturday to caucus and their opinions on whether Kentucky should caucus again after this year varied about as much as their opinions on who would make the best...
Posted On 09 Mar 2016

Hall wants rest of charges dropped

A Corbin man, who recently had three felony cases against him dismissed with prejudice, which means the charges can’t be filed again, is asking a special judge to dismiss the two remaining misdemeanor charges against him too. A Monday afternoon hearing is scheduled in...
Posted On 09 Mar 2016

Balenovich, former Corbin School Board member, dies at age 64

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Trump, the caucus and more booze in The ‘Burg!

Trent Knuckles is publisher of The News Journal. My perspective on a few events of the past week. DONALD TRUMP The soul searching and hand wringing going on surrounding the candidacy of Donald Trump is a little disingenuous. All the hyperventilating, breathless disapproval, and...
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