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News Journal named one of state’s top newspapers for third consecutive year

The News Journal brought home 23 Excellence in Kentucky Newspaper Awards, including General Excellence in the large weekly newspaper division for the third consecutive year, during the Kentucky Press Association’s 150th Annual Convention, which was held Thursday and Friday in...
Posted On 30 Jan 2019

UC student newspaper wins second General Excellence award

For the second consecutive year, The Patriot, the student newspaper at the University of the Cumberlands, has been named the best in its class. The paper received 29 Excellence in Kentucky Newspaper Awards during the Kentucky Press Association’s annual awards banquet Friday,...
Posted On 30 Jan 2019

Gray man indicted for attempted murder, wanton endangerment in Knox County

A Gray man was indicted Friday in Knox County on attempted murder and wanton endangerment charges involving his wife and four children. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Kane Brown to kick off busy month at The Arena in Corbin with Friday concert

As the calendar turns to February on Friday, business will be picking up at The Arena in Corbin, which will feature something to do each weekend, and another show first featured on, “America’s Got Talent.” Friday night, The Arena will be packed as rising country star Kane Brown...

Federal jury finds for University of the Cumberlands in Taylor lawsuit

After listening to eight days of testimony, and deliberating for more than four hours, a nine-member jury found that former University of the Cumberlands President Dr. Jim Taylor and his wife, Dinah, did not have a valid, enforceable contract with the university that would have...

Taylor takes the stand in UofC lawsuit

The federal trial in the lawsuit filed by former University of the Cumberlands President Dr. Jim Taylor against the college is expected to stretch into Thursday. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

National historic district is almost a reality; possible mural for W’burg

Sometime over the next couple of months, Williamsburg will likely receive final approval for the formation of its national historic district. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 23 Jan 2019

Sizzlin’ Hot offering free meal Jan. 23-24 for impacted federal workers

A Williamsburg restaurant is offering a free meal on Wednesday, Jan. 23, and Thursday, Jan. 24, to federal workers impacted by the partial government shutdown. Sizzlin Hot Bar and Grill, which is located inside the Cumberland Regional Mall, posted on its Facebook page Wednesday...
Posted On 23 Jan 2019

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