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Corbin’s Andrew Taylor signs with Furman University Wednesday for basketball

Andrew Taylor has been wowing Corbin Redhound basketball fans with his ability on the court ever since he first started playing at the varsity level as an eighth grader. Now, as he is about to enter his senior season at CHS, he is poised to lead the Hounds to a successful 2017-18...

W’burg man sparks wild chase Tuesday

A Williamsburg man, who Whitley County Judicial Center court security officers had detained for having outstanding arrest warrants against him Tuesday morning, racked up several additional charges after he sprinted out the front door and before being Tasered on the sidewalk...
Posted On 08 Nov 2017

Artist excited to begin work on mural

Local artist Kellene Turner said she is excited about the prospect of her work adorning the railroad underpass on Roy Kidd Ave. Turner, who was chosen from among 17 artists that submitted proposals for the project, said her idea to feature downtown Corbin as it appeared in the...

Tristan Hall indicted for tampering with public records

A local man, who previously had charges related to criminal solicitation to commit murder, making a fraudulent insurance claim and intimidating a participant in the legal process all dismissed, and who unsuccessfully tried to sue the prosecutors and several others involved in his...
Posted On 08 Nov 2017

Preliminary hearing in rape case continued

The case of a Gray man accused of raping an 84-year-old disabled woman has been continued as prosecutors attempt to subpoena the complaining witness. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Did you know you can simply buy a $1 day pass if you want to see that story! No...

Man crashes truck after driving down airport runway

A Lexington man allegedly told police that he was traveling to Florida and had used methamphetamine before driving his pick-up truck down the runway at the Williamsburg-Whitley County Airport early Sunday morning, according to a Whitley County Sheriff’s Department release. About...
Posted On 08 Nov 2017

Ky. Agriculture Commissioner visits Whitley County

Alternative crops, misconceptions about agriculture and the local food movement were among the topics that Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles addressed during two stops in Whitley County Thursday. Quarles spoke to a group of more than three-dozen people – many of who...
Posted On 08 Nov 2017

Corbin brothers sentenced to prison in unlawful imprisonment case

Two Corbin brothers, who were allegedly involved in the kidnapping of a woman in 2016, were sentenced to prison Monday afternoon on a lesser charge. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Did you know you can simply buy a $1 day pass if you want to see that story! No...
Posted On 08 Nov 2017

Jerry Winchester remembered as dedicated public servant

Jerry Donald Winchester was a man who wore many hats during a lifetime that was devoted to public service. “We will all miss him. Not just everyone in the legal community, but the general public. He is a man I have the upmost respect for as a public servant throughout his life as...
Posted On 08 Nov 2017

Winchester serves as an example of a life well lived

Retired Whitley Circuit Judge Jerry Winchester was an old-fashioned country lawyer and judge, who knew that sometimes the best tools for addressing a situation were with humor and common sense. Back when circuit court was still in the old courthouse, there was a homicide trial...
Posted On 08 Nov 2017
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