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Old Fashioned Trading Days packed with more music, food, fun than ever

Concerts with bluegrass, gospel and country-rock artists, a large car show and a variety of food vendors will highlight this year’s 34th Annual Old Fashioned Trading Days festival that will kick off Thursday and run through Saturday evening in Williamsburg. “It is...
Posted On 06 Sep 2017

Reclaiming futures cornhole tournament to be played in W’burg Saturday

If you’re a corn hole player or if you just want to do something to help a program designed to get kids off drugs, then you might want to visit Old Fashioned Trading Days Saturday morning. The Seventh-Annual Reclaiming Futures Corn Hole Tournament will take place starting...
Posted On 06 Sep 2017

Tenn. woman, accused of shooting caged dog during burglary, appears in court

Dena Brooke Baird A Tennessee woman, who allegedly shot a dog during a 2015 burglary attempt in Whitley County, pleaded not guilty to her charges during her arraignment Tuesday morning in Whitley Circuit Court. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not...
Posted On 06 Sep 2017

Workout Anytime set to open soon in Corbin

In a day and time where people are constantly on the go, finding the 30 to 45 minutes to squeeze in a workout is becoming more and more difficult, especially when it involves a trip to the gym. Doug Ladd and Caroline Hendy are seeking to expand that window to workout to anytime...

Local man charged in stabbing given prison sentence

A Gray man charged in a 2016 stabbing at a residence on Dr. Parker Lane has been ordered to serve five years in prison and to have no contact with the victim or any of his family members. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Knox Fiscal Court sets yearly tax rates

Magistrates of the Knox County Fiscal Court voted to save county residents money and not raise their tax rate. During the August meeting, the court heard from Knox County Property Valuation Administrator Bill Oxendine on the assessed property value of the county. “We’ve grown in...
Posted On 06 Sep 2017
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Fourth annual Moonbow Eggfest set to take place in downtown Corbin Sept. 16

They are big. They are green. Cooks have been known to use them to prepare anything from breakfast to dessert. The non-profit Moonbow Eggfest, Inc., in conjunction with the Corbin Tourism Commission will be hosting the fourth annual “Moonbow Eggfest” on September 16 to celebrate...

Corbin woman hurt in wreck on KY 511

A Corbin woman was injured Friday when her SUV slid off the slick roadway and went over an embankment. Whitley County Sheriff’s deputies say Nicole Lawson was taken by ambulance to Baptist Health Corbin following the single-vehicle wreck on Ky. 511. Deputies and Oak Grove...

Askins’ vehicular homicide trial delayed until Jan. 10

A Williamsburg woman, who is charged with murder and other offenses in connection with a July 2016 traffic crash that claimed the life of a Canadatown woman, will have to wait a little while longer for her day in court. Sonia Askins, 47, was scheduled to stand trial on Sept. 14...
Posted On 06 Sep 2017

Williamsburg Kiwanis Club donates school supplies to Boston Elementary School

Students at Boston Elementary School received a welcomed present Friday morning in the form of free school supplies. Williamsburg Kiwanis Club President David Perry and member Steven Jett delivered the supplies to the kindergarten classroom of Janel Cupp and the first grade...
Posted On 06 Sep 2017
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