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Whitley County tax rates remain largely the same

Whitley County property owners can expect little to no change in their land and vehicle taxes as the four taxing districts that report to the fiscal court have all elected not to increase their rates from 2015. At Tuesday’s fiscal court meeting, the fiscal court approved the...

Lowe wins 2016 NIBROC Just Lose It weight loss competition

Fifty-two-year-old Colleen Lowe lost 46 pounds and gained $1,000 by winning the 2016 NIBROC: Just Lose It weight loss competition. The Corbin resident beat out 33 other competitors who signed up for the annual event sponsored by Baptist Health Corbin. “I needed to lose a lot of...

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Three indicted for endangering police officers

A Whitley County Grand Jury handed down indictments in three separate cases Monday morning charging local residents with endangering police officers various ways over an eight-month period. The grand jury indicted Martin S. Burnett, 34, of Woodbine, and charged him with...
Posted On 17 Aug 2016

Former local car lot owner gets three years for fraud

Gregory Wilcheck A Knox County businessman, who pleaded guilty to defrauding two local banks of $1.4 million through a scheme to float checks that were later returned because of insufficient funds, will serve three years in federal prison and must repay the money....

Shelton bows out of Corbin Commission race

The Corbin City Commission is now guaranteed to have two new members beginning in January as Joe Shelton announced at the meeting Monday that he is in the process of moving to a new home outside the city. Shelton, who has served on the commission since 2004, said he contacted...

Corbin vows legal action against three restaurants

The Corbin City Commission approved a motion Monday to have the city attorney take legal action against three restaurants that are chronically delinquent on their restaurant tax payments. City Manager Marlon Sams said the restaurants include Seasons, The Dixie, and Dino’s. You...