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Tri-County Cineplex owner explains, defends new safety policy

A new policy at the Tri-County Cineplex has sparked mixed reaction on social media following its implementation this week. The movie theater will no longer permit individuals to carry large purses or backpacks into the theater for safety reasons. Suzie Razmus, owner of Tri-County...

Robbery charge amended against Knox County man

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Cumberland Valley Cruise-In set for Saturday

The Cumberland Valley Cruise-In will host its third event for the summer from 4 to 8 p.m. on July 14, on Main Street in Corbin. Cumberland Valley Cruise-In was founded in 2001. Over the course of the summer it hosts five events. July 14 will be the second event held on Main...

Corbin Tourism discusses plans for splashpad

The Corbin Tourist and Convention Commission met on July 10 in order to discuss the financial report, upcoming tourism events and new investments the group would like to make into the Corbin community. The meeting began with the approval of the financial report presented by Kyle...

Bowling to resume Corbin football radio role

The voice of Corbin Redhound Football is set to return to the sound booth after being forced off the air during the recent primary election. Ronnie Bowling, who won the Republican primary for Commonwealth Attorney in May, is a life long native of Whitley County. He played...

Parents of 13-month-old with cigarette burns arrested for abuse

Two Corbin residents were arrested at approximately 10:33 p.m. on June 29 on charges of criminal abuse of the first degree after their 13-month-old daughter was found to have infected cigarette burns on her backside. Jessica Mae Sams, 26, and Thomas Lee Tallon, 26, are the...

BBQ competition kicks off Saturday in Williamsburg

A barbecue competition will be held on July 7 as part of the bicentennial celebration. The competition will take place on the Whitley County Courthouse lawn on the Main Street side. The winner of the competition will receive as a $50 gift card provided by Moonlight Meat...

Attorney fires back on case against Beebe

The attorney for a local physician, arrested in Florida for allegedly allowing a woman to be held against her will in his hotel room, is claiming his client is innocent and has been unfairly smeared by media reports of the incident. You need to login to view the rest of the...

Moses gets hair cut to donate to children with cancer

A 10-year-old, with a heart for service, decided to grow her for over a year in order to help other children in need. Abby Moses, a fourth grader at Williamsburg Independent Schools, donated nine inches of her hair to help children with cancer. Moses got her hair cut on June 21...

Whitley County Clerk receives clean audit

The Whitley County Clerk received a clean audit of the 2017 financial statement, according to a statement released by Mike Harmon, auditor of public accounts, on June 27. According to the audit, “Auditing standards require the auditor’s letter to communicate whether the financial...