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Emergency medical helicopters fly out two people Thursday

Patterson Creek Volunteer firefighters were busy Thursday afternoon setting up an emergency landing zone for not one, but two emergency medical helicopters in connection with separate incidents. Patterson Creek firefighters began setting up the emergency landing zone about 2:30...
Posted On 13 Sep 2018

Update: Bones found during search Thursday, but they weren’t human

Thursday afternoon, one of the men accused in the killing of a missing Williamsburg woman took police to a site where he claims her remains were buried. Three cadaver dogs were brought in to investigate and indicated the presence of remains at the site. Williamsburg Police and...
Posted On 07 Sep 2018

Suspect leads police to spot Thursday where he says victim was buried

The search to find the remains of a missing Williamsburg woman, who disappeared in February, may finally be over. A Williamsburg man, who has confessed to police about taking part in Laura Anderson’s murder, lead authorities Thursday afternoon to a site in southern Whitley County...
Posted On 07 Sep 2018

Missing person case turns into homicide investigation; one arrested

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Posted On 05 Sep 2018

Assault, unlawful imprisonment case headed to grand jury

The case of a Lily man accused of beating and stabbing his aunt is going to the grand jury. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

35th Annual Old Fashioned Trading Days returns Thursday

Concerts with bluegrass, gospel and country-rock artists, a variety of food vendors, two cornhole tournaments and the addition of a beauty pageant for both the young and old will highlight this year’s 35th Annual Old Fashioned Trading Days festival that will kick off...
Posted On 05 Sep 2018

University of the Cumberlands announces 57 percent tuition reduction

The University of the Cumberlands announced Tuesday that it will be cutting tuition by 57 percent beginning in Fall 2019. Tuition for on-campus, undergraduate students will be reduced from $23,000 to $9,875. University President Dr. Larry Cockrum has named this tuition reduction...
Posted On 04 Sep 2018

Corbin man’s vintage car, featured on TV show, damaged in hit-and-run crash

The subject of a national television show with Corbin roots was the victim of a hit-and-run driver in Alabama over last Thursday. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Forest Lanes owner and Cumberland Valley Cruise-In founder D.L. Lynch dies Monday at age 77

Active and popular Corbin businessman Delmar “D.L.” Lynch died Monday in Lexington after a long battle with numerous health problems. He was 77-years-old. Lynch was best known to many as owner and operator of Forest Bowling Lanes where he could be found regularly for 53 years....

‘Road rage’ case involving Corbin man going to grand jury

The case of a Woodbine man arrested in connection with an alleged road rage incident in Laurel County will be presented to the grand jury. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us