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Circuit Court 07-27-16

Mary Jane Taylor vs. Timothy Scott Taylor – complaint-petition. Robert Charles Deaton vs. Brittany Jomel Deaton – complaint-petition. Rhonda Lorraine Carr vs. Justin Lee Carr – verified petition for dissolution of marriage. Stanley Blevins vs. Jerry Wyatt Jr....

Marriages 07-27-16

Tiffany Lynn Hyden, 26, of Lily, an accounts payable worker, and Brennen Allen Divinsky, 29, of Corbin, a stage hand manager. Jamie Renee Brock, 32, of Corbin, self-employed, and Keith Dewayne Siler, 41, of Corbin, disabled. Tessa Brooke Davis, 23, of Williamsburg, a CNA, and...

Deeds 07-27-16

Vickie Hunter and Charlie Hunter to Larry Brown and Melissa Brown, $35,000, tract of land near Black Diamond Road. Donald Scott Lindsay and Christian Kay Lindsay to James David Lindsay, love and affection, tract of land near South Second Street. Iva Louise McCullah Branson to...

Vannatter retires from Army after 30 years of service

Vannatter retires from Army after 30 years of service Former Corbin resident Colonel Marvin “Marty” Vannatter, Jr. recently retired from the United States Army after 30 years of dedicated service. Colonel Vannatter, a Distinguished Military Graduate of the University of the...

Now, which one are you?

Now, which one are you?   Growing up in a large family had its advantages and disadvantages. One of the disadvantages was that it was hard to establish an identity among so many siblings. I spent my entire life answering, “Now, which one are you?” to people who only knew me...
Posted On 27 Jul 2016
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Teresa Lynn Ward Bennett

Teresa Lynn Ward Bennett,  41, of Highway 895 Williamsburg,  passed away Monday, July 25, 2016 at home. Visitation is Thursday, July 28,  after 6 p.m. at the Croley Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral services will be Friday July 29,  at the Croley Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Rob...

Police donate new playground equipment, identify theft suspects

When children attending Soggy Bottoms Too daycare showed up Monday morning, an unpleasant site welcomed them. Their playground equipment was gone. Soggy Bottoms Too Owner Frances Woods said that many of the children thought the playground equipment had been “blown...
Posted On 27 Jul 2016

EPO issued against deputy over threats, alleged stalking of ex-girlfriend

Whitley County Sheriff’s Deputy Kirk Mays is off duty until a court case involving him is resolved. A Whitley County Sheriff’s deputy is currently on leave due to an emergency protective order that was filed against him earlier this month by his ex-girlfriend. The...
Posted On 27 Jul 2016

Two flown out after Highway 904 wreck Monday

Two Williamsburg residents were flown to University of Tennessee Medical Center after their black Ford pickup came around a curve, went down an embankment and struck a tree. Johnny Johnson and Vanessa Adams, both 36 of Powers Hollow Road in Williamsburg, had to be airlifted to...

Williamsburg woman accused of murdering pedestrian following crash Monday

Sonia Askins A Williamsburg woman is facing murder, DUI and other charges after allegedly striking two pedestrians with her vehicle early Monday evening and killing one of them. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 27 Jul 2016