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Former Corbin High School golf coach Brad Harris hosting annual camp for junior golfers

Former Corbin High School golf coach Brad Harris is presenting his annual junior golf camp at the Better Golf Practice Place driving range and putt-putt course in Lily. This is the camp’s fourth year, and the second year at this location.

With dead period lifted, a new era for Whitley Co soccer finally gets underway

Monday marked the first day that area coaches were able to meet with their teams for in-person practice sessions. With several coronavirus-related restrictions still in place, these sessions were largely focused on strength and conditioning, but regardless of the work being done,...

Austin City Saloon back open, celebrating one year in Corbin

When Austin City Saloon owner Josh Brock first opened his downtown Corbin location, chances are he probably didn’t envision the restaurant’s one-year anniversary looking the way it did this past weekend.

Kentucky State Police searching for Corbin woman and her child

The Kentucky State Police are searching for a Corbin woman who and her six month old daughter. Felicity Bollman is said to have left in stolen, silver 2005 Chevrolet truck along with her daughter Olivia. Those with information should contact KSP Post 10 at 606-573-3131.

Williamsburg Police cite driver injured in Friday crash to court for DUI

Alcohol is suspected to be a factor in a two-vehicle crash in Williamsburg late Friday night that resulted in one man begin airlifted to the University of Tennessee Medical Center. Williamsburg Police were called to the scene at the intersection of West Ky. 92 and Interstate 75...

Fireworks still set in London, Barbourville

Fourth of July festivities are a mixed bag locally with Jellico announcing Friday that it too was canceling its festivities along with Corbin and Williamsburg. However, Barbourville and London are still proceeding with their planned celebrations. Barbourville plans to go ahead...
Posted On 16 Jun 2020

Good cops and public works makes life better in a small town

Good cops, bad cops. Around here we only know those descriptions from watching television. As far as our local situation goes we only have good cops. The scenes we view on TV are very remote from what we experience locally. I really like living in an area of the country where we...
Posted On 16 Jun 2020

W’burg schools technology improving thanks to CARES Act, grant funding

Williamsburg Independent School leaders aren’t sure of exactly how or when the school year will start this fall. Thanks to some CARES Act funding that the district was able to get for its Chromebooks initiative, if students are once again forced to learn from home using...
Posted On 16 Jun 2020

City of Williamsburg qualifies for $379k in CARES Act relief; budget uncertain

Williamsburg is poised to receive $379,738 as its share of the $1.8 trillion COVID-19 CARES Act Relief Bill, Mayor Roddy Harrison told the city council during its monthly meeting on June 8. Harrison noted that Kentucky was allotted $1.7 billion of which the governor has agreed to...
Posted On 16 Jun 2020