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Corbin firefighters battle Fifth Street Road blaze

Corbin firefighters were on the scene of a house fire on Fifth Street for more than one hour Monday night. Firefighters were paged to the scene at 830 West Fifth Street near the intersection with Mitchell Street at approximately 10:30 p.m. Firefighters Phillip Martin, who was one...

Legal Notices for 2-13-19

NOTICE OF BLASTING SCHEDULE Alden Resources, LLC, 332 W. Cumberland Parkway, Corbin, KY 40701, phone number (606)523-9760, gives notice that blasting operations will be conducted on its coal mine permit number 918-0497, covering 126.73 acres. Latitude: 36° 46’ 05”, Longitude: 84°...

Cumberlands hosts Patriot Preview Day

High school students invited to tour campus Saturday, March 2 University of the Cumberlands is excited to welcome all high school students and their families to Patriot Preview Day on March 2, 2019. Patriot Preview Day is held only twice a year and is an opportunity for high...

W’burg to crack down on texting and driving

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Posted On 13 Feb 2019

W’burg City Council wants action of blighted properties

If you own blighted property in Williamsburg or you are tired of seeing blighted property, then you probably want to keep on reading. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 13 Feb 2019

Williamsburg declares itself as a ‘Welcoming City’ to all

In 1955, the Williamsburg Independent School became the first school in the state of Kentucky to voluntarily desegregate, and on Monday evening, the Williamsburg City Council took a 21st Century version of that step by declaring itself as a “Welcoming City” to everyone no mater...
Posted On 13 Feb 2019

Hunter named Officer of the Year; three officers promoted

Williamsburg K-9 Officer Elijah Hunter was recognized as his department’s officer of the year during a brief informal ceremony at Williamsburg City Hall Wednesday evening. “Elijah has really stepped up to the plate. If anybody has changed in the last two years, it is Elijah. He...
Posted On 13 Feb 2019

Electronic Edition for 2-13-2019

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