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Comic creator Bob Frantz presenting his work at Max Toys in Corbin Sept. 3

On Saturday, September 3 comic book creator Bob Frantz will be in Corbin to meet fans and sign copies of the debut issue of his all-new, all-ages series from Action Lab Comics – Monty the Dinosaur. The “Creator Spotlight” event will take place at Max Toys and Comics,...

Corbin ready for Pigskin Classic after defeat of Whitley County

The Corbin Redhounds came out and took care of business against the visiting Whitley County Colonels last Friday night, cruising to a 42-6 victory to start the 2016 season off at 1-0. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Minister accused of smuggling contraband into jail; six people arrested

Williamsburg police say a man, who was ministering to inmates at the Whitley County Detention Center, allegedly smuggled drugs, tobacco and other items Thursday to his son, who is an inmate at the jail. So far, Williamsburg police have charged a total of six people in connection...
Posted On 24 Aug 2016

Forest Lanes owner says bowling alley’s last day uncertain, cites ‘unresolved family matter’

August 31 may not be the last day for Forest Lanes, but owner Roman Cassidy is welcoming and encouraging the public to come and enjoy the facility for as long as possible. “This is an unresolved family matter,” Cassidy said, declining to say anything further. Janet Osborne, a...

Williamsburg nearly shocks LCA in home opener, traveling to Somerset Friday

Coach Jerry Herron’s Williamsburg Yellow Jackets were given no chance of beating, much less playing with Lexington Christian Academy Friday night, but it took two late touchdowns for LCA to pull out the 32-22 victory. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please...

‘Resolution’ reached in W’burg schools lawsuit

A lawsuit against the Williamsburg Independent School District, former Superintendent Denny Byrd and former Principal Gary Peters has been dismissed in U.S. District Court in London. The parents of the victim, who are identified in the lawsuit only as John and Jane Doe, filed...
Posted On 24 Aug 2016

Two sentenced in federal tax fraud case

The last of the four Knox County residents who admitted to their respective parts in a conspiracy to file false federal tax returns, collecting more than $125,000 in refunds, were sentenced in London last week. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not...

Lynn Camp loses heartbreaker to Perry Co Central

The Lynn Camp Wildcats left everything they had on their home field against Perry County Central last Friday. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Senior Spotlight: 2016 Whitley County Boys Soccer

This year’s Whitley County boys soccer team opened up their season last week with an 8-0 loss to defending 13th Region champs South Laurel. It wasn’t the start the Colonels wanted, but they still looked to be much improved compared to where they were at this point in 2015. You...

Jones gets six-months for fleeing police three times

Bryan Earl Jones is proof that you can only run from the law for so long and so many times before it catches up to you. Over the course of three months, Jones has run away on foot from police officers four times, according to Whitley District Court records. You need to login to...
Posted On 24 Aug 2016