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Officials say rash of Whitley wildfires no accident; burn bans issued

Over 300 acres have been scorches by fires in Whitley County since last Friday, and...

Whitley man’s latest lawsuit accuses Clay Jailer of not giving him enough Kool-Aid

A Whitley County man who has filed a bevy of lawsuits against elected officials and jail employees in three counties is at it again, this time claiming, among other things, he hasn't been given enough Kool-Aid to drink.

Tracy Apartments likely to be demolished, Corbin Building Inspector says

A separated corner is on reason why officials say demolition is imminent.

A controversial vacant apartment complex in downtown Corbin may soon...

Evaluations of superintendents should be open process

In a landmark decision of the Supreme Court of the United States, Justice William Brennan wrote this country has “a profound national commitment to the principle that debate on public issues should be uninhibited, robust, and wide-open, and that it may well include ...

Three hurt when Jeep flips on Fifth Street Thursday night

Three Corbin residents were injured in a single-vehicle rollover accident...

Letters to the Editor for 3-24-10

Mother says justice never served after death of son

To the Editor:

This letter is in response to the article in last week’s News Journal concerning the Whitley County E-911 Center’s insufficient record keeping (“Atty. General...

Whitley school districts opt to move core content testing back to May

Local school officials are praising a recent decision by the Kentucky Educational Commissioner to offer later opportunities for annual "core content" testing - a move that will help many districts who lost instructional days due to illness and weather.

New Corbin Library project faces funding uncertainties

Officials will celebrate the start of construction on a new Corbin Public Library next Monday, but exactly how the higher-than-expected bill for construction will be paid is still up in the air.