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Knox County voyeurism case waiting on subpoenas to be served

Witnesses need to be subpoenaed to court before the voyeurism case against Bobby Sewell, Jr., 47, of Gray, can continue. At the Oct. 16 pretrial conference in the Knox County District Court, Judge Skip Hammons asked for any witnesses in the case to step forward. When the court...
Posted On 17 Oct 2018
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Corbin Mayor’s Race: Razmus wants Corbin to be tourism hotspot

Corbin businesswoman Suzie Razmus is seeking to return to local government as Corbin’s next mayor. “I love our town. I think of this as public service,” said Razmus, whose family owns Tri-County Cineplex. “I was raised by parents that believed very strongly in public service and...

Gray man has conquered hiking’s ‘Triple Crown’; sets sights on speed record

There are numerous people, who have successfully turned their lives around, going from couch potatoes to 5K competitors. One Gray man has upped the ante, going from the couch to accomplishing hiking’s, “Triple Crown” and preparing for a world record attempt. At age 27, Daniel...

Corbin Rural Health opening new office

A medical team dedicated to bringing excellent care to every patient is moving their Knox County clinic. Corbin Rural Health, which is currently located on Main Street in Corbin, is moving to the old Pickard Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep building on 25E in Corbin. According to Duane...
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Intoxicated woman arrested after knocking on multiple doors, deputies say

A Lily woman was arrested Sunday night after police found her knocking on multiple doors along Echo Valley Road and determined she was under the influence. Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Donna G. Medley, 51, on one count of public intoxication – controlled substance....

Knox Co. Sheriff’s deputy arrests two suspected drug traffickers

A Knox County Sheriff’s deputy arrested two women for allegedly trafficking methamphetamine Sunday night, but first he had to talk one of them into coming out of a store bathroom after she locked herself inside. Deputy William Stewart, the department’s public affairs officer,...

Courtney Taylor capital murder case proceeding as scheduled

The trial of a Williamsburg woman, who allegedly killed her husband and two children last year, is proceeding to start as scheduled early next month following a pretrial conference in the case Wednesday morning. Courtney Taylor, 42, is charged with three counts of capital murder...
Posted On 17 Oct 2018

Carl “Skipper” Lee

Rev. Carl “Skipper” Lee, 76 of Williamsburg, passed away Friday October 12, 2018 at his home. He was born September 13, 1942 in Whitley County, to the late George Tory and Mattie Easter Lawson Lee. Along with his parents he was preceded in death by a son Casey Bryan Lee; a...

Wanda Faye Lemery

Wanda Faye Lemery, 71, of Tidal Wave Road, Corbin departed this life on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at her home. She was born on March 3, 1947 in Pine Knot, to the late Raymond Richmond and Madeline (Perkins) Richmond. In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by...

Russell Wayne Smith

Russell Wayne Smith, 46, of Louden Road, Williamsburg departed this life on Thursday, October 11, 2018 at his home. He was born on August 19, 1972 in Dayton, OH to Bennie Wayne Smith and the late Oneida Nell Reeves Smith. In addition to his mother he was preceded in death by a...