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Woman miraculously uninjured after Penske truck demolishes church awning

Miraculously no one was injured when a Penske rental truck struck an awning on the front of Blessed Hope Baptist Church, bringing the awning down on top of the vehicle, and partially crushing the roof on the cab of the truck early Friday afternoon. “By the grace of God she is...
Posted On 16 Aug 2019

Complaints lead Laurel deputies to make nine drug-related arrests in north Corbin

Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies responded to multiple complaints of drug activity in southern Laurel County, arresting multiple people after discovering methamphetamine, scales and other drugs at the location Thursday afternoon. Deputy Gilbert Acciardo, the department’s public...

Six Corbin residents among those arrested as part of multi-agency round-up

Six Corbin residents were among the people arrested on drug-related charges in a multi-agency roundup Monday morning. Deputies from Knox and Laurel County, along with London City Police, U.S. Marshal Service, Kentucky State Police, and the Louisville Division of the U.S. Drug...

Operation Sharing to help Harlan mine families

Christian Appalachian Project, which is based in the Gray community of Knox County, has made it part of its mission to aid struggling coal mining families, and others in need in Harlan County. Four tractor-trailer trucks loaded with food and personal hygiene products rolled out...

WCHS students getting more opportunities to get college credit while in high school

Whitley County High School students are getting more and more opportunities to graduate from high school with college credit. Whitley County High School Career and Technical Education Department Chair Krysti Conlin informed the Whitley County Board of Education during its monthly...
Posted On 16 Aug 2019