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Circuit Court 07-06-16

Crescent Bank & Trust vs. Tina Tuttle – complaint-contract. Melissa Greene Tuttle vs. James Brock Tuttle – petition for dissolution of marriage. Capital One Bank (USA) vs. Shawna R. Meadors – complaint-contract. Brenda Sue Collins vs. George Henry Collins...

Marriages 07-06-16

Samantha Nicole Perez, 27, of Williamsburg, unemployed, and Matthew Wayne Salyer, 27, of Williamsburg, RTEC Transportation. Crystal Lashae Rose, 29, of Williamsburg, unemployed, and Frederick Warren Russell Robertson, 31, of Williamsburg, a Shell employee. Cora Mae Smith, 57, of...

Deeds 07-06-16

U.S. Bank Trust; William J. Woosley; Barbara J. Barton; Tom A. Woosley; unknown heirs, devisees, legatees and beneficiaries of Joyce Carroll and their unknown creditors; and unknown executor, administrator or personal representative of the Estate of Joyce Carroll by Master...

17th Street Christian Church members dedicate time, resources to help flooding victims in Rainelle, WV

The state of emergency in West Virginia has left towns devastated. The loss of roads, businesses, homes and most importantly, loved ones, has wreaked havoc through the state, leaving many with nothing but sheer loss. State officials have reported that at least 23 people have died...

When the walls came tumbling down: My story – Part 1 of 2

When the walls came tumbling down My story – Part 1 of 2 This is a story within a larger story. But it is my story. It covers several years of the most chaotic, disturbing time of my life. I may ramble at times, but the facts are so discombobulated that they lend themselves...
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Naked, intoxicated man struck by train

Authorities say an intoxicated, naked Boston man is lucky to be alive after being struck by a train last Wednesday morning in Southern Whitley County. “It was very odd,” said Whitley County Sheriff Colan Harrell, who has been in law enforcement for over 45 years....
Posted On 06 Jul 2016

Large indoor marijuana grow operation busted, two arrested

A domestic dispute led sheriff’s deputies to the discovery of an elaborate marijuana growing operation in southern Laurel County early Tuesday morning and 107 marijuana plants. Deputies Tommy Houston and Shannon Jones, along with Detective James Sizemore, responded to the dispute...

Corbin officials say city operates without a line-item budget; vote needed on arena manager’s severance

Following a series of questions concerning the City of Corbin’s 2016-17 fiscal year budget and a severance package provided to former Arena Manager Connie Hunt following her recent resignation, the city’s attorney has stepped in. In response to an open records request for a copy...

Victim’s girlfriend speaks about Johnson murder

Following the release of the 911 tapes, the girlfriend of the Lily man allegedly beat to death by his twin brother in April agreed to speak about what she heard and saw when she arrived at the trailer on Robinson Creek Road that day. Ashley Rayburn, who had been in a relationship...

Arena is a good spot for Corbin fireworks

Mark White is Editor of The News Journal. This year I did something a little different to celebrate Independence Day. For the first time in about a decade, instead of heading to Williamsburg to watch the fireworks on the Fourth of July, I instead went to Corbin’s...
Posted On 06 Jul 2016