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Alma Christine Begley

Alma Christine Begley, 97, of Corbin departed this life on Tuesday, April 10, 2018, at home. Born April 4, 1921, in Tinsley (Bell County), she was the daughter of the late Fred and Arie McCarey. In addition to her father and mother, she was preceded in death by her husband, Huie...

Corbin man allegedly threatened to kill entire Laurel sheriff’s dept.

A Corbin man is facing 60 counts of terroristic threatening for allegedly making multiple threats to kill all of the deputies working at the Laurel County Sheriff’s Department. Derek McHargue, 27, who was wanted in Laurel County, had allegedly made the threat on two different...

Bradshaw inspires, entertains as UofC leadership speech

The University of the Cumberlands welcomed Pittsburgh Steelers Hall of Fame quarterback and Fox Sports NFL analyst Terry Bradshaw Tuesday night as the featured speaker at the 13th Annual Excellence in Leadership Series, sponsored by Forcht Group of Kentucky. Bradshaw, who played...

Corbin commission votes to start legal process on 24 out-of-compliance properties

The Corbin City Commission asked City Attorney Bob Hammons to begin the required legal process to permit the city to demolish nine dilapidated properties and foreclose on 15 others on which the city has been forced to perform frequent upkeep. You need to login to view the rest of...

Trial date set in sexual abuse case against Corbin man

Five years after indictment, a trial date has been set for a sexual abuse case. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 11 Apr 2018
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Dr. Don Barton remembered as compassionate, committed to community

An icon in the Whitley County area, known to many as, “Dr. Don,” will be celebrated and remembered Thursday. The funeral for Dr. Donald C. Barton, who died Saturday at age 83, will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday at Grace on the Hill United Methodist Church in Corbin. Visitation with...

At long last, W’burg founder Samuel Cox honored with historical marker

Some times it takes a while to get your due. In the case of Williamsburg founder Samuel Cox, it only took 200 years, but who is counting. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 11 Apr 2018

Mountjoy, Smith honored during ceremony Sunday afternoon

Sunday afternoon was a time of recognition in Williamsburg for work to develop the old First Street area into a natural area of beauty that local residents can utilize for a walk along a nature trail, a leisurely canoe trip down the Cumberland River or just a place to have a...
Posted On 11 Apr 2018

Williamsburg dedicates Hall of Mayors in city council meeting room

We’ve all gotten them. Those brilliant idea assignments that your boss comes up with that shouldn’t “take that long to do.” Williamsburg’s new Hall of Mayors, a display of photos featuring all past mayors in town history, is one of “those” projects. Williamsburg Mayor Roddy...
Posted On 11 Apr 2018

Pieces of Whitley County’s 200 year history on display through June

If you like history and want to find out a little more about the items and devices Williamsburg and Whitley County residents have used over the past 200 years, then you may want to take a trip to the Whitley County Extension Fine Arts Center in the coming weeks. “The ARTifact: 20...
Posted On 11 Apr 2018
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