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Lynn Camp High School names Mark Huddleston as new head football coach

The Lynn Camp High School Football Team now has a new head coach. “I am very excited today to announce our new head football coach, Mr. Mark Huddleston. He comes highly decorated,” Lynn Camp Athletic Director Rob Ledington said during a late afternoon press conference in the...

Bridging Kentucky Project starts on Monday, March 29, in Whitley County

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) District 11 Office is advising motorists that a bridge construction project in Whitley County starts on Monday, March 29. This project will replace the Imperial Hollow Road bridge over Colonel Creek. The bridge will be closed for up to...
Posted On 26 Mar 2021
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Longmire commits to University of Kentucky

After it came down to West Virginia, Louisville, Kentucky, Virginia Tech and a couple others, Treyveon Longmire told Kentucky Sports Radio Friday that he has committed to play football at the University of Kentucky. Longmire said, “For the next three to four years, I will be...

Jacket Seusstacular: A celebration for Dr. Seuss’s Birthday

Save the Children and the Family Resource Youth Service Center hosted a drive through celebration for Dr. Seuss’s birthday on March 18 at Williamsburg Independent School. Students received a goody bag and book, and were able to get their picture taken with the Cat in the Hat,...

Bids for 8 FEMA projects awarded

The Whitley County Fiscal Court awarded eight bids for FEMA projects at its monthly meeting on March 16. King-Crete Drilling and Hinkle Environmental were the only two companies to submit bids which were opened on March 15. The bids were for slide repair projects that happened...

Stivers, Huff, Smith deserve thanks for helping pass Senate Bill 274

They say there are two things that you never want to see being made. Hot dogs are one and laws are the other. I can’t speak for the hot dog part of this analogy. After watching the Kentucky Senate and Kentucky House of Representatives debate many things before they finally got...
Posted On 26 Mar 2021

The Arena prepares for a busy April after tournaments

After Monday night’s 13th Region Girls’ Championship game at The Arena in Corbin, the floor will come up and the stage will be set, literally, as the venue prepares for a busy April that will see country, rock and comedy acts perform. Country rapper Ryan Upchurch will kick things...