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Timely tips for beef producers

Spring Calving Herd Divide the herd into groups for winter feeding • weaned heifer calves • first-calf heifers, second-calvers and thin mature cows • the remainder of the dry cows which are in good body condition • herd sires Be sure that weaned heifer calves are on a feeding...
Posted On 04 Jan 2017
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Fiscal court files 29 small claims lawsuits to collect delinquent occupational taxes

The Whitley County Fiscal Court has collected more than $41,000 in delinquent occupational tax funds thanks to a series of recent small claims lawsuits. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 04 Jan 2017

Gray man charged with fighting with first responder at crash scene

West Knox Volunteer Fire and Rescue responders were involved in an altercation after arriving to a wreck December 31 with an overturned vehicle. West Knox Fire Chief Daryl Baker, who was trying to help a trapped woman from the vehicle, reported this was “the first altercation I...

Johnson arrested after New Year’s Eve pursuit

A New Year’s Eve vehicle pursuit resulted in a trip to jail for a Williamsburg man. About 6:30 p.m. on Dec. 31, Whitley County. E911 received a complaint from a Hamblin Road residence that a man was outside the home refusing to leave and claiming to be in possession of a...
Posted On 04 Jan 2017

Complaint about wrecked truck leads to DUI arrest

A complaint about a wrecked truck in a ditch has resulted in the arrest of two Whitley County residents. About 6:50 p.m. on Dec. 28, Whitley County E911 received a complaint that a white Ford pickup truck had wrecked into a ditch along Lot Mud Creek Road. While Whitley County...
Posted On 04 Jan 2017

Kmart closings a sad thing for Corbin, London

As a kid, I can remember my mom dragging me to the Corbin Kmart when it first opened in October 1978. At the time, it was kind of a big deal. Wal-Mart didn’t exist in these parts at the time. The Corbin Kmart was huge or at least it seemed that way to a seven-year-old,...
Posted On 04 Jan 2017

Electronic Edition for 1-4-17

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Victim’s nephew arrested in connection with stolen truck, safe

A Corbin man was arrested Friday in connection with the theft of a pickup truck and safe belonging to his uncle in Knox County. Thirty-seven-year-old Timothy L. Havens is charged with receiving stolen property – firearm, receiving stolen property under $10,000 theft by unlawful...

Vandal(s) set small fire inside Corbin Kmart

Corbin Police are searching for the individual(s) who set fire to a clothing rack at Kmart Friday morning. Corbin Police Interim Chief Rusty Hedrick said police suspect someone used a lighter to set fire to the price tags on several pieces of clothing in the infants departmen...

Smallwood facing sexual misconduct charge

A Corbin man is facing burglary, assault and sexual misconduct charges for allegedly breaking into a woman’s home and touching her in a sexual manner early Saturday morning. Twenty-two-year-old Arland Smallwood was arrested about 1:30 a.m. at his home on Park Hills Road. Knox...