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Ossoli Club holds May Day Tea and releases second count for Queen, Tiny Queen

At the end of the second count in the race for May Day Queen and Tiny Queen, the Ossoli Club has released the following results: First place in the May Day Queen race at this time is Kortlynn Miles. Elle Hays is in second place and Anna Storms is in third place. In the race for...

Hamlin retires after 47 years of dedicated service at Community Trust

Ruth Hamlin is retiring after 47 years of dedicated service at Community Trust Bank in Williamsburg. She has been in her current position as vice-president and branch manager of the downtown Williamsburg location of the bank since May 2005. Walter Brown and Demps Ballou hired...

Logsdon – Warren to exchange vows

Sydney Logsdon and Davey Warren wish to invite family and friends to join them as they exchange vows on Friday, April 27th, 2018 at 7 p.m. at Living Waters Christian Grounds in Corbin, KY. Sydney is the daughter of Theresa Rapier and Tom Logsdon. She is a 2016 graduate of Whitley...

Update: Three card monte scam apparently lead to slashing

A gambling scam involving a game of three card monte was apparently behind an incident at the Williamsburg Pilot Travel Center Thursday when a Georgia truck driver allegedly chased another man to the neighboring Walmart with a knife and cut him while recording the incident on his...
Posted On 25 Apr 2018

District Court 04-25-18

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Circuit Court 04-25-18

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Marriages 04-25-18

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Deeds 04-25-18

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Whitley County seeking grant to purchase submersible ROV

The Whitley County Fiscal Court took the first step in the process to acquire a remotely operated submersible vehicle to aid in search and recovery efforts. At last Tuesday’s regular monthly meeting of the fiscal court, the magistrates unanimously approved a resolution...

CHS students collecting shoes to fund clean drinking water

A group of students at Corbin High School are seeking donations of shoes to help people in Africa have better access to clean drinking water. Entering its fifth year, the group, led by Social Studies teacher Cheryl Tinsley is participating in the Waterstep Shoe Drive. The goal is...