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Laurel County reports four new COVID-19 cases Wednesday

The Laurel County Health Department reported four new COVID-19 cases late Wednesday afternoon raising its total number of positive cases to 28. The Laurel County Health Department reported its 22nd COVID-19 case late Thursday afternoon, and its 23rd and 24th cases Tuesday. The...
Posted On 10 Jun 2020

Q&A with 82nd Rep. District candidates Regina Huff and Matt Anderson

State Representative – Kentucky’s 82nd District Q&A with candidates Regina Petrey Huff and Matt Anderson NJ: Why are you running for the office of State Representative again in this election? RH: I am seeking re-election as State Representative of the 82nd District to...

“Fourth Street Dining’ coming to Williamsburg

Efforts to provide additional outdoor seating for two downtown Williamsburg restaurants, the status of another downtown restaurant that is attempting to open, and the expected opening of a new long-awaited fast food restaurant were among the topics of conversation at Monday’s...
Posted On 10 Jun 2020

Update: Missing girl found safe Wednesday

Update: The Laurel County Sheriff’s Department reports that the girl was found safe about 2 p.m. Wednesday. ORIGINAL STORY The Laurel County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing three-year-old girl, who was last seen...
Posted On 10 Jun 2020
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Traffic stop leads to recovery of heroin, meth and $3,000 cash

Williamsburg Police recovered suspected methamphetamine and heroin and arrested three Tennessee residents early Sunday morning following a routine traffic stop. Williamsburg police charged William R. White Jr., 38, of Knoxville, Robin Maldonado, 39, of Sevierville, and Michael...
Posted On 10 Jun 2020

Laurel Lake Spillway search continues for missing man

The search for a Hazard man who was swept away Saturday night when the gates were opened at the Laurel Lake spillway went into its fourth day Tuesday, but officials say it is likely now a recovery effort. Personnel from multiple agencies in Whitley and Laurel County were called...

Armed Tri-County Reserve says it was there to support peaceful protests

As Kentuckians for Change held its Black Lives Matter protest Thursday night in downtown Corbin, a group of nine people armed with rifles and handguns stood watching from across Main Street. The group was part of Tri–County Reserve. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents...

Black Lives Matter protest organizers say three-night event proved successful

Kentuckians for Change organizers, who led the Black Lives Matter protests that occurred in Corbin said the event held Thursday, Friday and Saturday was peaceful, drawing almost 300 people over the three nights. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or subscribe to...

Man under arrest for alcohol intoxication spits in officer’s face

A Bowling Green man was arrested Saturday night in Corbin for allegedly spitting in a police officer’s face. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or subscribe to get access every day! Please login to view this content. Not a Member? Join Us

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