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Whitley Co runner meets fund raising goal, will compete for Team USA in Australia this summer

Earlier this month a From the Sidelines column discussed Whitley County senior Keaton Logan’s quest to make it to Australia this summer to represent the USA in the annual Down Under Sports international track and field competition. In order to make the trip, Logan had to raise a...

Going out with a bang: Tennis players leave their mark at state championship tournaments

The 2016 high school tennis season concluded last week with the KHSAA state championship tournaments for singles and doubles. Day one saw all boys matches taking place at the University of Kentucky’s Boone/Downing Tennis Complex, and all girls matches taking place down the road...

Future of Corbin baseball looking bright thanks to talented middle schoolers

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Corbin Independence House gets $450,000 from state

Danielle Stansberry-Matlock gave a gripping, emotional, first-hand account Tuesday of what it is like to be addicted to drugs and at the rock bottom in life. It was the Independence House that helped her turn her life around. “I have my life back today,” she said in the very...

Gray man hit by car Tuesday

The family members of Gray resident Josh Wren, who was struck by a car Tuesday afternoon, talk with KSP Trooper Jay Sowders, who is investigating the accident. A Gray man is in what police describe as “very critical condition” after he was hit by a car at the intersection of U.S....

Firestone celebrates million safe hours

Safety has become something of a tradition for the 400-plus workers at the Williamsburg Firestone Industrial Products plant, which was recognized with the Governor’s Safety and Health Award during a ceremony Tuesday morning at the plant. This is the third time in six years,...
Posted On 25 May 2016

Joint effort nets 6 arrests in burglary

A joint effort by Corbin Police, Williamsburg Police, Knox County Sheriff’s Department and Constable Ron Bowling has resulted in the arrest of six people in connection with a home burglary in Corbin Sunday afternoon. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please...

White, serving 10 years for manslaughter, gets additional 3 years in prison

A Williamsburg woman, who is already serving a 10-year prison sentence for manslaughter for her role in the killing of her two-year-old daughter in 2013, now has three more years in prison to serve. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 25 May 2016

Man jumps in pond trying to avoid police

A Williamsburg man allegedly unsuccessfully tried to evade police by jumping into a pond early Saturday evening. Bryan E. Jones, 44, pleaded not guilty Monday afternoon to charges of first-degree fleeing or evading police, tampering with physical evidence, resisting arrest,...
Posted On 25 May 2016

Location changed for Tristan Hall trial

A Corbin man, who has had three felony cases against him dismissed with prejudice recently, which means that the charges can’t be filed again, had a request granted Monday afternoon to have his trial on his sole remaining charge moved to another county due in part to...
Posted On 25 May 2016