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2018 May Day Queen and Tiny Queen

75th May Day celebration Crowning Moment: Abigail Martin is being escorted during the 75th May Day Celebration.         Abigail Martin is shown being formally crowned the 2018 May Day Queen by Corbin Mayor Willard McBurney.          ...

Update: Passenger in fatal ATV crash released from hospital

One brother was killed, and a second brother critically injured early Sunday morning after they left a party near Red Bird Road, and crashed on a four-wheeler a short distance away. Whitley County Coroner Andy Croley pronounced Matthew White, 20, of Williamsburg, dead shortly...
Posted On 09 May 2018

Superheros visit three-year-old fighting rare digestive disease

To look at three-year-old Gunner Bowlin, who will turn four next month, you wouldn’t guess that anything is wrong with him. He appears to be a normal, active kid, who likes to run around and play with other children. Batman and Spiderman made a special visit to Gunner Bowlin...
Posted On 09 May 2018

Siler picked to be Whitley County’s next superintendent

The Whitley County Board of Education has selected its next superintendent and he is someone with lifelong ties to the school district. John Siler has been selected to replace outgoing Whitley County Superintendent Scott Paul. During a special called meeting Tuesday, the board...
Posted On 09 May 2018

Legal Notices for 5-9-18

Advertisement for Bids Expansion of Existing Waterpark RV Campground City of Williamsburg, Kentucky The City of Williamsburg would like to take this opportunity to request any qualified interested parties to submit turnkey bids for the construction of seven (7) additional...

Corbin man saves neighbor’s life during fire

A Corbin man is being credited with saving his neighbor’s life early Wednesday morning after her house caught on fire. Corbin Fire Chief Barry McDonald said that a next-door neighbor, who hasn’t been identified, heard a loud popping sound, which sounded like an explosion, and...
Posted On 09 May 2018

W’burg police seek public’s help to locate missing woman

Williamsburg police are looking for a local woman, who walked away from a drug treatment facility late last month and hasn’t been seen since. Tequila Sierra Shirer, 28, was last seen on April 28 in Williamsburg when she left the Anchored Ministries rehabilitation center. “She...
Posted On 09 May 2018

Electronic Edition for 5-9-18

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