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Corbin Schools to host forums addressing e-cigarette use

The Corbin Independent Schools is working to put together a series of informational forums at the end of February regarding “vaping,” it’s possible dangers, and prevalence in the school system. School Superintendent Dave Cox said the school system decided to get on top of the...

Two Lily residents among five indicted in connection with marijuana oil, gummies

Two Lily residents are among five people indicted Friday in Laurel County in connection with more than 50 pounds of marijuana sheriff’s deputies recovered at a residence on Ky. 229 in October. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Laurel County deputies investigating paintball, BB gun vandalism

Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies are asking for the public’s help to find the individual(s) who have shot at multiple residences and vehicles with paintballs and BB’s over the weekend Deputy Gilbert Acciardo, the department’s public affairs officer, said the perpetrator(s) have...

Three Indianapolis men arrested for murder in 2017 Deep Branch Road triple homicide case

Residents in Eastern Whitley County can rest a little easier tonight knowing that the men believed to be responsible for a previously unsolved 2017 triple homicide have now been apprehended. The last of three Indianapolis men, who Williamsburg police believe was involved in the...
Posted On 18 Jan 2019

Jan. 16 proclaimed Nick Wilson Day in W’burg, Whitley County

Since Williamsburg’s own Nick Wilson won “Survivor: David vs. Goliath” last month, Mayor Roddy Harrison gets lots of phone calls asking the same question. “Well has anything ever happened any bigger? I go, ‘No. What could it be?’” Harrison told the crowd of over 100 people, who...
Posted On 16 Jan 2019

Federal government shutdown may impact Williamsburg’s Consular Center

If the federal government shutdown continues much longer, at least some of the nearly 500 employees at the Kentucky Consular Center (KCC) could be out of work for a while? You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 16 Jan 2019

W’burg man arrested for unlawful imprisonment of his wife

A Williamsburg man is facing unlawful imprisonment and DUI charges following an incident early Sunday morning. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 16 Jan 2019

Corbin High School students earns perfect ACT score

A Corbin High School sophomore known for her drive and determination applied those traits to taking the ACT test and came away with a perfect score of 36. Fifteen-year-old Kami Garland took the test for the fourth time in December after scoring a 35 in October. “I took it once in...

‘Ringleader’ in federal pharmacy burglaries case sentenced to seven years in prison

The Tennessee man federal prosecutors say was the ringleader in a conspiracy to burglarize nearly 70 pharmacies across 11 states over a five-year period, including two in Corbin, was sentenced to seven years in prison Tuesday. You need to login to view the rest of the content....

Corbin man arraigned for alleged fifth DUI

A Corbin man was arraigned in the Knox County District Court for his alleged fifth DUI in ten years. Bob Cox, 33, of Corbin, appeared in the Knox County District Court where Judge John Chappell entered a not guilty plea on his behalf and assigned him a public defender. Cox was...
Posted On 09 Jan 2019
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