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Report: Local tourism spending down in Whitley

Local tourism officials are disputing a report from the Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet that shows spending by tourists in Whitley County decreased by $3-5 million between 2015 and 2016. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Bank seeks to foreclose on home where triple homicide occurred

Courtney Taylor is charged with three counts of murder in the death of her husband and two children. A Tennessee bank is attempting to foreclose on the mortgage of a house that was the site of a January triple homicide in Whitley County. You need to login to view the rest of the...
Posted On 10 May 2017

Water, sewer rate hikes coming for W’burg residents

Williamsburg residents can expect a series of rate hikes on their water and sewer bills over the next five years. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 10 May 2017

Legal Notices 5-10-17

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MINE Pursuant to Application Number 918-0494 In accordance with KRS 350.055, notice is hereby given that JRL Coal, Inc., 966 Highway 990; Coalgood, KY 40818 has applied for a permit for a surface coal mining and reclamation operation affecting 242.74 acres...

Guilty plea entered in 2013 fatal stabbing case

More than three years after he confessed to killing 60-year-old Clinton Ray Howard, a Harlan County man has pleaded guilty in the case. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Whitley Co. Needle Exchange progressing, but showing little visible impact so far

Whitley County Public Health Director Martha Steele and Tamara Phelps, a registered nurse supervisor of public health at the health department, addressed the Williamsburg City Council about the needle exchange program Monday. Williamsburg Police Sgt. Brandon White, who is seen in...
Posted On 10 May 2017

‘Prayer is as much listening to God as it is talking to him,’ Wright tells W’burg Kiwanis

“We are here today because it is the National Day of Prayer,” Rev. Bill Wright, former pastor at Main Street Baptist Church, told a group of about 100 people gathered Thursday morning for the 18th Annual Williamsburg Kiwanis Club National Day of Prayer Breakfast. “Today, across...
Posted On 10 May 2017

Cumberland Valley Cruise-In to be held Saturday at Cumberland Falls

The warmer weather has kicked off cruising season and the first Cumberland Valley Cruise-In of 2017 will take place Saturday at Cumberland Falls State Park. The first of four scheduled events will begin at The Corbin Center. Cars, trucks, motorcycles, and any other street-legal...

Rogers receives award for legislative efforts to support manufacturing industry

Congressman Harold “Hal” Rogers, R-KY, made his first trip to Aisin Automotive Casting in Lily Tuesday morning to receive the National Association of Manufacturers Award for Manufacturing Legislative Excellence. We’re pleased and fortunate to have such a great friend in Rep. Hal...

Rep. Bunch gives legislative update to Chamber of Commerce

Members of the Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce received an update on the recent legislative session from 82nd Rep. Regina Bunch during the chamber’s monthly membership luncheon Tuesday afternoon at the Cumberland Inn. Bunch, who recently completed her sixth legislative...
Posted On 10 May 2017
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