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W’burg PD Shop with A Cop takes 140 children Christmas shopping

The holidays are difficult when you’re a parent and can’t afford to buy your children Christmas presents. Until Jessica Rastelli found out about the Williamsburg Police Department Shop with a Cop program, she only planned to give out books to her four and one-half year old son,...
Posted On 20 Dec 2017

Firefighters ask for arson investigation of Ky. 233 fires

Sunday night marked the fourth time within the last month that West Knox firefighters were paged to a structure fire on Ky. 233, leading them to call in state police to investigate. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Electronic Edition 12-20-17

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Williamsburg Independent students learn from University of the Cumberlands Business students

Students in the University of the Cumberlands (UC) business and accounting programs, along with numerous business professors, recently visited Williamsburg Independent School District (WISD) to talk to students about the basics of financial literacy. “It’s a chance to teach the...

Hutson celebrates 100th birthday and shares his secret to a long life

So what is the secret to living to be 100 years old? “One of them is be in a place like this or going to a place like this,” Roscoe Hutson said about his church, Clearfork Missionary Baptist Church on Dec. 10, which was five days before his 100th birthday. “I have been going to...

University establishes Mavis F. Broome Endowed Scholarship Fund

The family of Mavis F. Broome – a longtime resident of Williamsburg, public school teacher and University of the Cumberlands (UC) professor – has established an endowed scholarship fund in her honor. The Mavis F. Broome Scholarship will be awarded annually to one UC...