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Cumberland Falls Spring Cleanup rescheduled for Saturday, May 1

After storms delayed the first attempt in March, the PRIDE Spring Cleanup at Cumberland Falls has been rescheduled for Saturday, May 1. Volunteers are invited to pick up litter along Hwy. 90, as well as side roads near Cumberland Falls State Resort Park. Volunteers are asked to...
Posted On 30 Apr 2021
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Whitley County Farmer’s Market kicks off May 4

The Whitley County Farmers Market is expanding this year with more locations and more days that it will be open each month. “I hope they go over good. As long as we have customers and vendors we will keep them going,” Market Manager Andrew Modica said about the extra dates and...
Posted On 30 Apr 2021

Week 2: New leaders emerge in the race for May Day crowns

At the end of the second week of May Day fundraising, Brianica Lynn Childress is in first place for May Day Queen, Mary Hope Jackson is in second place and in third place is Savanah Lynn Blankenship. In the race for Tiny Queen at this time, Hadley Tyree is in first place and...
Posted On 30 Apr 2021
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Federal disaster public assistance designated for Knox County

Federal help is coming to Knox County for public assistance in connection with spring flooding. On Friday, President Joe Biden ordered federal assistance to support Kentucky communities and individuals to help them recover from some of the worst flooding in Kentucky’s history....
Posted On 30 Apr 2021

Corbin Board of Ed approves virtual learning waiver

The Corbin Board of Education took the first step to keep virtual learning as an option for the 2021-22 school year during a special called meeting Tuesday night by approving a virtual learning waiver. Superintendent Dave Cox said it is not a guarantee that virtual learning will...