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THREE-PEAT: Corbin cheerleaders bring home third consecutive state championship

The Corbin Redhound cheerleading squad brought home their third consecutive KHSAA state championship title this past Saturday, hitting a perfect routine and scoring the highest overall score of any team at the competition to do so. You need to login to view the rest of the...

Senior Spotlight: WC Wrestling, CHS Bowling and Swimming

This time of year most sports headlines revolve around what’s happening on the basketball court, but plenty of exciting action is also taking place on the wrestling mat, in the swimming pool and at the bowling lanes.

Electronic Edition for 12-14-16

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W’burg schools stand to lose $80,000 on property sale

The Williamsburg Independent School District stands to lose about $80,000 if it accepts the results of an online-auction that ended Tuesday afternoon to sell a piece of property that it has owned since 2007 when it was purchased as a possible site for a new school or athletic...
Posted On 14 Dec 2016

Settlement reached in lawsuit stemming from ambulance versus teen

The civil portion of the legal ordeal involving a Knox County EMS ambulance driver who struck three teens in August 2014, killing one of them, ended last week as a settlement was reached. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Man, who stopped in fast lane of I-75 to urinate, arrested for DUI

A Lexington man, who allegedly stopped in the fast lane of I-75 to urinate early Monday evening, is behind bars in the Whitley County Detention Center. About 6:45 p.m., Whitley County Sheriff’s Deputies were notified that a mint green Nissan was reportedly involved in a hit and...
Posted On 14 Dec 2016

Outdoor burning can resume Friday in Whitley County

Starting Friday, Whitley County residents will once again be able to burn things outdoors. Whitley County Judge-Executive Pat White Jr. issued a ban on all outdoor burning on Nov. 1 due to drought conditions and several wildfires through the area. During the month of November,...
Posted On 14 Dec 2016

Corbin Arena already has 14 shows booked for 2017

Corbin Arena Director Kristi Balla said while the first big-name act did not sell out the venue, it was an encouraging start to her efforts to bring more events to the facility. “It was a good crowd and everyone seemed to enjoy it,” Balla said of the comedian’s show Friday night....

Two arrested, one wanted in connection with October burglary

A Whitley County duo, who were wanted in connection with an October burglary was arrested Tuesday at a residence on Deep Branch Road in the Maple Creek community. According to Whitley County Sheriff Colan Harrell, Deputy James Tabor went to the residence off east Ky. 92 to serve...

Case against alleged mastermind of staged robbery going to grand jury

The criminal case against the alleged mastermind of a staged robbery at a north Corbin gas station is headed to the grand jury. Laurel District Court Judge John Chappell found probable cause to send the case against 29-year-old Christopher Mason on to the grand jury. Mason is...