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Electronic Edition for 5-22-2019

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Melton selected as next Williamsburg Independent School Superintendent

The Williamsburg Independent School District has selected its replacement for outgoing superintendent Dr. Amon Couch, and he is a familiar face. The board of education unanimously voted during a special called meeting Thursday evening to hire current Principal Tim Melton to...
Posted On 22 May 2019

Whitley County Grand Jury indicts 23 people on drug-related charges

The Whitley County Grand Jury indicted more than two-dozen people on drug-related charges Monday. According to its monthly report and indictments, the grand jury issued the drug-related indictments against 23 people, including: You need to login to view the rest of the content....
Posted On 22 May 2019

Laurel County crash injures two Corbin residents

A three-vehicle crash Monday evening on US 25 in Laurel County sent three people, including two Corbin residents, to the hospital for treatment of their injuries. The crash happened about 9:35 p.m. approximately four miles south of London. A blue Hyundai Sonata, which was driven...
Posted On 22 May 2019

UC named safest college campus in Kentucky, fourth safest in country

The University of the Cumberlands has been named the safest college campus in Kentucky and the fourth safest campus in the nation, according to a new report released by safety experts at Your Local Security. Analysts calculated several campus safety factors including hate crime,...
Posted On 22 May 2019

Gibson’s Music has big plans for 50 year celebration

Gibson’s Music is celebrating 50 years in business this week, and owner and founder, Betty Comer, is planning a big bash to mark the occasion. The party will culminate Saturday evening with a free performance by pianist Jason Coleman, the grandson of world-renowned pianist Floyd...

No more parking on Corbin’s Main Street?

Traffic flow and the potential effect that the removal of the parking spaces on Main Street may have on it was debated during Monday’s regular meeting of the Corbin City Commission. While the commission took no action on the matter, the members discussed the possibility of...

Bevin gets beat by Goforth in Whitley County, but still wins Primary

Voter turnout in Whitley County exceeded expectations Tuesday as 18.13 percent of registered votes went to the polls to cast their ballots in a hotly contested primary election for governor. About 18 percent of registered voters went to the polls on Election Day in Whitley...
Posted On 22 May 2019

Chase ends with crash, two flown out, one arrested

A Williamsburg man, who was recently released on parole, allegedly lead police on a high-speed chase late Saturday evening before striking another vehicle, and then having his car go into a ditch. He then allegedly crawled out the car window and tried to run from police on foot,...
Posted On 22 May 2019