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Nantz gets six-year prison sentence for chase, crash

A Woodbine man was ordered to serve six years in prison Monday in connection with a 2016 vehicle chase with police where two of his passengers were injured when he crashed. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 04 Oct 2017

Lexington bar owner looking to expand to Corbin

A Whitley County native is working to bring a staple of the country music scene in Lexington to Corbin. Josh Brock, who owns Austin City Saloon in Lexington, has submitted an application for a quota retail license in Corbin doing business as Austin City Saloon. According to the...

Final Corbin Community Yard Sale of the season set for Saturday

Whether you are looking for a bargain or attempting to convince bargain hunters that your stuff can be their stuff, Corbin’s final city yard sale of 2017 offers the opportunity. The monthly event will wrap up its season Saturday. Corbin Downtown Manager Andy Salmons said the...

Fall fire hazard season begins; No outdoor burning allowed before 6 p.m.

Thinking about burning that already mounting pile of leaves in your back yard? If so, remember that it will be illegal to do so before 6 p.m. each day for the next several weeks. Oct. 1 – Dec. 15 is fall fire hazard season in the state of Kentucky. This means that it is illegal...
Posted On 04 Oct 2017

The Colonel Players debuting ‘Digging Up The Boys’ Friday evening

Whitley County High School’s drama department, “The Colonel Players,” will be giving their first public performance of the season Friday night with a play that centers around a coal mine. This is the first time that the play, “Digging Up The Boys,” will be performed by a high...
Posted On 04 Oct 2017

Corbin Octoberfest planned for Monday

Corbin’s annual Octoberfest will take place Monday in downtown. Downtown Director Andy Salmons said more than 50 vendors and crafters are registered to participate in the event in NIBROC Park. In addition, downtown merchants will be open for business. The event will kick off at...

October proclaimed Breast Cancer Awareness Month in W’burg

Williamsburg Mayor Roddy Harrison signed a proclamation Friday afternoon declaring October 2017 as Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the city of Williamsburg and he urged all community members to support efforts and dedicate themselves to the fight against the disease. He was...
Posted On 04 Oct 2017

District Court 10-04-17

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Inspections 10-04-17

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Circuit Court 10-04-17

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