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Father speaks out after daughter hit by vehicle in Williamsburg

Stan Huddleston holds his daughter, Mileigh, Monday. Mileigh ran out in front of a car and was hit Thursday, but wasn’t seriously injured. Although the car in question was driving below the speed limit, officials say speeding remains a problem in the area. If the driver had been...
Posted On 05 Apr 2017

Corbin man facing robbery charge after allegedly pulling box cutter on Belk employee

A Corbin man is facing a robbery charge after police say he pulled a box cutter on a Belk loss prevention officer Monday afternoon. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Cumberlands honors fallen officers

University of the Cumberlands (UC) recently honored two Kentucky police officers who were killed in the line of duty. Officer Jason Ellis of the Bardstown Police Department and Officer Daniel Ellis of the Richmond Police Department were honored with Legacy Awards during UC’s...
Posted On 05 Apr 2017
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Trimble, Hammons among intended victims in complicity to commit murder case

William Sutton is accused of criminal complicity to commit murder. William T. Sutton admitted to police that he offered another inmate at the Whitley County Detention Center a total of $40,000 to kill four people, including Whitley County Attorney Bob Hammons and Commonwealth’s...
Posted On 05 Apr 2017

Goldbug VFD giving away, installing free smoke detectors

If you live in the Goldbug area and don’t have a smoke alarm but want one, then you are in luck. The Goldbug Volunteer Fire Department is giving out free smoke alarms courtesy of a partnership with the American Red Cross. Tabitha Pfoutz, a member of the fire department’s fire...
Posted On 05 Apr 2017

Elderly woman hospitalized following Tuesday blaze at Keavy residence

Keavy and West Know firefighters were called to battle this blaze on Tiffany Lane Tuesday afternoon. Keavy Fire Chief Richard Bales said the resident, whom family members identifed as Louise Mosley, was taken to Baptist Health Corbin fore treatment of smoke inhalation. A...

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Now you can ‘Dance to be Fit” at The Corbin Center

The Corbin Center is offering a fitness option for those wanting to take that first steps down the road better health. Officials at the center, which is owned by the city but operated by Corbin Independent Schools, said the new “Dance to be Fit” program is part of the school...

W’burg students have fun while learning about healthy life choices

How does too much salt and fat in one’s food and too little exercise affect the body? What happens to your lungs when you smoke? Fourth and fifth graders at Williamsburg Independent School got answers to these kinds of questions and got to see how the lungs inflate and deflate as...
Posted On 05 Apr 2017
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