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Local pastor turns tragedy into hope; asks local companies to be their best

Mike Addison likes to call himself a “hope dealer.” His gripping, personal story of how he overcame drug and alcohol abuse, mental illness, violence and death in his own family was his main topic as featured speaker during the Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s monthly...

Electronic Edition for 6-13-2018

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New business speculative building to be constructed in Corbin

With previous spec buildings helping to entice three companies to set up shop in Corbin over the last 15 years, the Southeast Kentucky Regional Industrial Development Authority is beginning construction on a new spec building. Bruce Carpenter, Executive Director of the Southeast...

Summer Lights Tour comes to the Corbin Arena

The Corbin Arena will host the Summer Lights Tour on July 22. The tour will feature Jeremy Camp, Matthew West, Rend Collective and special guest Koryn Hawthorne. Compassion International will be a part of the tour. Camp has accumulated numerous accolades including four...

Lockaby is set to be arraigned for charges of sexual abuse and sodomy

A Corbin man will appear in court on Friday, June 15 after he was indicted on 10 counts of first-degree sexual abuse and 10 counts of first-degree sodomy. Clayton B. Lockaby, 62, was arrested on June 5 after a three-month investigation led by Jesse Armstrong. A warrant was issued...

2015 abuse case against Corbin Preschool employee dismissed

More than three years after her legal ordeal began, the criminal abuse charge against a former instructional monitor at the Corbin Preschool Center accused of abusing a student in 2015 has been dismissed. Tammi Eggen of Corbin had been indicted on one count of second-degree...

Knox man faces assault charge for allegedly spitting on deputy

A Knox County man was arrested Sunday for allegedly spitting on a Laurel County Sheriff’s deputy who had responded to a disturbance complaint in Keavy. Detective Kyle Gray arrested Larry Wayne Israel, 28, on Ralley Road off of Ky. 363 at approximately 7:50 p.m. on charges of...

Occupational tax, alcohol tax revenue up in Williamsburg

More people are employed in Williamsburg than they were one year ago, which means additional occupation tax revenue for the city. In addition, more alcohol is being sold now than it was one year ago. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 13 Jun 2018

Older American Worker Month celebrated

Whitley County Goodwill Senior Community Service Employment Program participants and host agency supervisors are shown with Whitley County Judge-Executive Pat White Jr. on June 12 in observance of “Older American Worker Month.” The Goodwill Senior Community Service Employment...
Posted On 13 Jun 2018
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