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‘Electronics’ may have sparked fire at Keavy home

Firefighters say an electronic device may have sparked a fire that gutted a Keavy residence Friday afternoon. Keavy firefighters were called to the home of Lynn Collett at 1712 Laurel Lake Road about 4:15 p.m. Keavy Fire Chief Richard Bales said when firefighters arrived, flames...

Ex-UC football players added as defendants in lawsuit against university

The University of the Cumberlands doesn’t want to be the only defendant in a lawsuit filed against it last year by a former U of C football player, who was allegedly assaulted in 2015 by another football player and an ex-football player, who had been kicked out of school. William...
Posted On 31 May 2017

Whitley Co. UNITE sponsoring Kayaking for Kids race Aug. 19

Enthusiasts of kayaks, John Boats and tubing will have the chance to race in the Cumberland River this summer and raise some money to help the children of Whitley County. Whitley County Projects Director Amber Owens announced during May 15 monthly Whitley County UNITE Coalition...
Posted On 31 May 2017

Bon Jellico historical marker dedicated

If it wasn’t for the Bon Jellico coal mine and coal camp that operated in the early to mid 1900s near Williamsburg, Emlyn resident Matt Witt might not be alive today. It was the place where his parents first met. “My grandpa, Alex Nunley, was a coal miner up here. My grandma was...
Posted On 31 May 2017

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