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Laurel, Whitley, Bell and Knox counties all report double-digit increases in new COVID-19 cases Wednesday

Laurel, Whitley, Bell and Knox counties all reported double-digit increases in their number of new COVID-19 cases Wednesday. The Laurel County Health Department reported 26 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday, 11 new cases Tuesday, 41 new cases Monday, 15 new cases Sunday, 21 new cases...
Posted On 21 Oct 2020

Corbin races to start next July

Horse racing will be happening for the new Keeneland track at Corbin before the facility is even completed. During a meeting of the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission Tuesday, race dates for Corbin were approved to be held in July. The races will be held at The Red Mile in...

Kentucky Horse Racing Commission approves Keeneland license for Corbin horse race track

Millions of dollars in revenue and hundreds of jobs will be coming soon to the tri-county. On Tuesday, the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission approved a license for Keeneland to bring a traditional harness racing track to Knox County. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents...

Shooting on I-75 leads to assault charge

A Madison County woman wanted for assault in Whitley County stemming from an August incident is being held in the Whitley County Detention Center following her arrest in Shelbyville. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or subscribe to get access every day! Please...

Electronic Edition For 10-21-2020

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Laurel County Grand Jury indicts seven Whitley County residents on various offenses

A Corbin woman was indicted last Friday in Laurel County for allegedly trafficking Morphine. 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

W’burg woman dies after being struck by train in Pleasant View

A Williamsburg woman was killed Tuesday when she was struck by a train in the Pleasant View community. Kentucky State Police, who is conducting the investigation, identified the woman as Jennifer L. Frazier, 41. Master Trooper Scottie Pennington, public affairs officer at Post 11...

Legal Notices for 10-21-20

NOTICE The Housing Authority will be accepting bids on two wooden outdoor gazebos built in 2019.  Bids will be opened on November 5, 2020 at the office of the Authority located at 600 Brush Arbor, Williamsburg, KY 40769 at the hour of 1:00 p.m. Minimum bid is $1,000.00....

Corbin doctor takes plea deal in 140 mph chase case, but DUI charge dismissed

(Story by Jeff Ledington, The Mountain Advocate) A Corbin doctor who was arrested after a high-speed pursuit earlier this month entered into a plea deal in Knox District Court Tuesday. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or subscribe to get access every day!...
Posted On 21 Oct 2020
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W’burg schools hoping to return to in-person classes as soon as COVID-19 incidence rates drop sufficiently

Principal Marc Taylor told the Williamsburg Independent Board of Education Tuesday that he hopes to know sometime within the next three days about whether the district will be able to resume in-person classes possibly as early as next week. Taylor noted that he monitors COVID-19...
Posted On 21 Oct 2020
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