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Area legislators secure funding to keep Whitley Circuit Court Clerk’s Corbin office open

The Whitley Circuit Court Clerk’s Corbin office, which had been scheduled to be permanently closed on June 28, will remain open thanks to the efforts of State Senate President Robert Stivers, R-Manchester, and State Rep. Regina Bunch Huff, R-Williamsburg. The senator, whose...

Mobile needle exchange program coming to Whitley, Knox and Laurel counties

Health department officials are hoping that a new mobile harm reduction unit will result in more drug addicts taking advantage of free needle exchange programs, which hopefully will keep them from contracting and spreading various diseases and keep more used hypodermic needles...
Posted On 20 Mar 2019

Corbin man indicted for assault involving infant

A Corbin man was indicted Friday in Laurel County on an assault charge involving an infant child. Brandon Louis Harris, 38, is facing one count of first-degree assault. According to the indictment, Harris allegedly, engaged in unspecified conduct which created a grave risk of...

W’burg trio indicted for murder, could face death penalty

A trio of Williamsburg residents, who were indicted Monday morning for murder and robbery in the killing of a man near the Kentucky-Tennessee state line in Jellico last month, could potentially face the death penalty, if convicted. You need to login to view the rest of the...
Posted On 20 Mar 2019

High speed chase spans four counties, 78 miles

An attempted traffic stop for speeding on Interstate 75 in Madison County, ended 78 miles and three counties later in Knox County Monday morning. Kentucky State Police Vehicle Enforcement arrested Teonte White, 19, of Lexington on charges of speeding – 26 mph or greater over the...

Local women recently graduate from nationally recognized Women’s Self Defense Program

Sheriff John Root is reporting that Laurel Sheriff’s Special Deputy Elizabeth Sparks graduated another women’s self defense class on Thursday night, March 14, 2019. The women’s self defense program is nationally recognized, and is taught by Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies. The...

Cumberlands graduate to host book signing on campus; discuss new novel ‘How the Light Gets In’

Highly-acclaimed author Jolina Petersheim will be hosting a book signing on March 26 at 5:00 p.m. in the Correll Lecture Hall on University of the Cumberlands’ campus. Petersheim, who graduated from Cumberlands in 2008, will be discussing her upcoming novel How the Light Gets In....

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