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Deeds 12-20-17

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State dropping quota requirements for bar, liquor store licenses

Two months after the applications were submitted, the Kentucky Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control has selected Austin City Saloon and Felts Music Place to receive Corbin’s two quota retail drink licenses, AKA “bar” licenses. You need to login to view the rest of the...

Circuit Court 12-20-17

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District Court 12-20-17

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Site work begins on Keeneland property

With the paperwork completed, the site work has now begun on the 145 acres of property off the Corbin bypass that will be the home of Keeneland’s $50 million quarter horse racing track and “historical wagering” gambling parlor in Corbin. Heavy equipment was on the site Monday...

Gray man accused of violating his parole

Knox County Sheriff’s deputies apprehended a Gray man Monday who is wanted for violating parole in Tennessee. Deputy William Stewart, the department’s public affairs officer, said Sheriff Mike Smith and Sergeant Carl Bolton went to a residence on Hazel Fork Road off of U.S. 25E...
Posted On 20 Dec 2017
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W’burg mother faces child abuse, endangerment charges

A Williamsburg mother is facing abuse and endangerment charges after police found bite and burn marks and numerous bruises on her three young children, according to her arrest citations. Kentucky State Police Trooper Matt Ridener arrested Desirae Alice Leach, 22, of Highway 1804,...
Posted On 20 Dec 2017

Audit: Corbin ends fiscal year with $631k surplus

The Corbin City Commission has voted to pay off the $300,000 line of credit that has been used to book acts to play The Arena, but is reconsidering the pot of money that will be used to do so. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

W’burg man arrested after bizarre 911 call

A bizarre 911 call from a man early Saturday morning lead to the arrest of one person on multiple charges. About 1:30 a.m., Whitley County Sheriff’s Deputy Brian Hensley responded to a disturbance at a Highway 904 residence after being advised that a man had dialed 911 and...
Posted On 20 Dec 2017