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Brown arrested after vehicle chase in two states

A Williamsburg man allegedly lead police on a vehicle chase from Kentucky into Tennessee and then back into Kentucky late Sunday evening that ended shortly after a Whitley County Sheriff’s deputy used spike strips to disable the man’s vehicle. You need to login to view the rest...
Posted On 11 Dec 2019

$500k grant will fund infrastructure for Corbin’s latest spec. building

Infrastructure for the newest spec building constructed by the Southeast Kentucky Industrial Development Authority in the Southeast Kentucky Regional Industrial Park will be funded through state grant money. Industrial Development Executive Director Bruce Carpenter said $500,000...

J.C. Penney Corbin takes 25 children on Christmas shopping spree

Thanks to the efforts of a national department store chain, its Corbin store and a Williamsburg charitable organization, 25 less fortunate children got to participate in $100 Christmas shopping sprees Sunday evening. “J.C. Penney in Corbin was gifted by our corporate office the...
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Marriages

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Williamsburg fan gets fine for incident involving sports official

A Williamsburg woman, who was arrested after the Williamsburg-Paintsville playoff football game on Nov. 22 in connection with an incident involving an official, pleaded guilty to her offenses Monday morning in Johnson County District Court while a second Williamsburg woman is set...
Posted On 11 Dec 2019

Knox County Shop with a Trooper helps 22 children

A group of Lynn Camp Elementary students were among 22 from across Knox County chosen to shop for $120 worth of new clothes, shoes and toys Thursday courtesy of Kentucky State Police Post 10, which serves Knox, Bell and Harlan counties. Trooper Shane Jacobs, public affairs...

Pearl Harbor remembered during Williamsburg ceremony

Over two-dozen people gathered outside the Whitley County Courthouse Saturday afternoon to commemorate the 78th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. The Whitley County chapters of the National Society of The Daughters of the American Revolution and Sons of the American...
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