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Florida man indicted on charges of fleeing from, shooting at police

A Florida man, who shot at police during a high-speed chase nearly two months ago and was slightly injured when an officer returned fire, has been indicted on multiple charges by a Whitley County Grand Jury. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a...
Posted On 17 Jan 2018

District Court 01-17-18

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Inspections 01-17-18

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Circuit Court 01-17-18

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Marriages 01-17-18

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Deeds 01-17-18

Wells Fargo Bank to Sherry Renae Benge, $12,200, property at 1907 S. Kentucky Avenue, Corbin. Amos Mills to James M. Hendrickson Jr. and Tammy Hendrickson, $10,000, tract of land in Crescent Height Subdivision, Woodbine. Randall Joe Perry to Tamitha E. Perry, terms of divorce...

University of the Cumberlands to host Patriot Preview Day for high school seniors

University of the Cumberlands (UC) is hosting Patriot Preview Day on Saturday, February 17, 2018. Patriot Preview Day is organized for high school seniors and their families, giving them the opportunity to experience the life of a Cumberlands student for a day. Prospective...

Grace Health celebrates inaugural CCMAs class

Students graduate with 100 percent pass rate Twenty-five Grace Health employees were recognized on January 12 at a pinning ceremony for going the extra mile by becoming certified clinical medical assistants (CCMAs). “These ladies work full-time jobs in addition to taking weekly...

Rising Sun Jujitsu Academy donates to Shop with a Cop

Last month, members of the Rising Sun Jujitsu Academy in Williamsburg donated money to the Shop with a Cop program. Williamsburg Police Sgt. Brandon White is seen accepting the donation on behalf of the Williamsburg Police Department.