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District Court 07-25-18

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Music lineup announced for Friday and Saturday at NIBROC

The music lineup for the 66th annual NIBROC Festival is taking shape as Pistol Whip, River Rising, County Wide and up and coming country singer Billy Brown have been signed to play the event which begins Aug. 9. The main stage will again be located in the lot across Main Street...

Minivan assault leaves Corbin man with broken arm

A Corbin man has been charged with assaulting his neighbor Monday night and police say his weapon of choice was a minivan. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Motorcycle chase from Corbin to Mt. Vernon leads to numerous charges

A high-speed chase involving a motorcycle and a Kentucky State Police trooper that began in Whitley County Sunday has the rider facing multiple charges. Devan Whitfield, 28, was arrested after leading troopers on a 30-mile chase north on Interstate 75 during which he reportedly...

W’burg woman charged with biting constable

A Williamsburg woman is behind bars after allegedly biting a constable, who was attempting to serve her with a warrant Sunday afternoon for not showing up to court, according to court documents. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 25 Jul 2018

Camp UNITE hoping to inspire kids to make positive choices

A record number of youth are signed up to attend the 12th Annual Camp UNITE this week in Williamsburg. About 275 youth from 28 counties in southern and eastern Kentucky are attending the camp, which started Tuesday afternoon and is being held at the University of the Cumberlands...
Posted On 25 Jul 2018

W’burg author releases first book

We’ve all had that moment when we are trying to get someone to do something only to have to reply back, “Why don’t you do it?” Williamsburg resident Deloris Pace had that happen about a decade ago. Now she has written her first book “Forged Hearts” thanks to that retort. The idea...
Posted On 25 Jul 2018