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COMMONWEAL TH OF KENTUCKY 34TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT WHITLEY CIRCUIT COURT CIVIL ACTION NO. 17-Cl-00282 DIVISION II FIRST VOLUNTEER BANK OF TENNESSEE, PLAINTIFF vs. GARY TAYLOR, Administrator of the ESTATE OF LARRYW. TAYLOR, AfK/A LARRY WAYNE TAYLOR, Deceased; COURTNEY L. TAYLOR,...

Jellico man arrested on cocaine, hypodermic needle charges

An anonymous tip led to the discovery of cocaine Monday evening at a southern Whitley County residence. About 6:52 p.m., Third-District Constable Dorman Patrick Jr. went to a residence at 1479 Black Oak Road to investigate an anonymous tip reporting suspected drug activity. When...
Posted On 04 Apr 2018

Local teachers rally at state capital Monday

Among the estimated 8,000 people who packed the Capitol complex in Frankfort Monday to rally in support of education funding, where a number of active and retired teachers from area school districts. Bill Conn is a fifth generation teacher, who is currently in his 13th year at...
Posted On 04 Apr 2018
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Whitley County slated to receive more than $34 million in biennial highway construction plan

The state legislature has approved the $2 billion biennial highway construction plan, which includes more than $34 million for projects in Whitley County. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Knox-Whitley Humane Association instituting managed intake policy

The Knox-Whitley Humane Association is taking another step in its effort to become a “no kill” facility by instituting a managed intake policy. Under the new policy, owners wanting to surrender a pet will first fill out and submit a pet history form. The form will be reviewed by...

Victim’s family will have chance to address manslaughter suspect next week

The relatives of a Whitley County woman, who was killed when she was run over by a someone driving while under the influence in 2016, will have their chance to make a victim’s impact statement during a hearing next week. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please...
Posted On 04 Apr 2018

Murder suspect being sent back for another psychological evaluation

A Williamsburg man, who is awaiting trial for stabbing someone to death earlier this year and who recently underwent a competency evaluation and treatment at the Kentucky Correctional Psychiatric Center (KCPC), is heading back for another evaluation and more treatment. You need...
Posted On 04 Apr 2018

Corbin city yard sales begin Saturday

If you are considering holding a yardsale or garage sale in the coming weeks, the City of Corbin is offering the opportunity to show off those items to more potential sellers Saturday as the monthly citywide yard sales begin. The events are held on Depot Street between Fourth and...

Samuel Cox historical marker dedication set for Saturday

Williamsburg’s bicentennial celebration is officially underway. Monday morning, the “Historical Picture Show” began playing on a loop in the city council meeting room at Williamsburg City Hall where it will play all month during regular business hours. It is a pictorial history...
Posted On 04 Apr 2018

Terry Bradshaw speaking at University of the Cumberlands Tuesday, April 10

There is some good news and bad news regarding NFL Hall of Famer, four-time Super Bowl champion and television personality Terry Bradshaw’s scheduled address at the University of the Cumberlands’ 13th Annual Excellence in Leadership Series Tuesday evening. The good news is...
Posted On 04 Apr 2018