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Corbin man pleads to amended charges in case of Save-a-Lot meat robbery

A Corbin man arrested in February for allegedly choking and hitting employees at the Save-a-Lot Grocery store who attempted to stop him from leaving the store with a roll of hamburger and a pork tenderloin pleaded guilty to theft and resisting arrest charges. Forty-year-old...

Tennessee officials announce opening of one lane of traffic on northbound I-75

The Tennessee Department of Transportation announced that one lane of northbound Interstate 75 in Campbell County will be opened to traffic Thursday morning. According to TDOT officials traffic near the 142-mile marker will be reduced to one lane as workers continue repairs to...

Free drug testing kits for parents delayed

An effort to provide free saliva-based drug testing kits to parents at various locations in Whitley County has been delayed. The “Give Me A Reason” drug prevention initiative is a voluntary drug-testing program through the Appalachian High Intensity Drug Trafficking...
Posted On 23 Mar 2016

Promise Zone forum planned for Thursday

A Whitley County community forum is planned for Thursday afternoon in Williamsburg to update local residents on what has happened with the Promise Zone over the last 12 months. Promise Zone Coordinator Sandi Curd will also give an give a review during the forum about the...
Posted On 23 Mar 2016

W’burg Easter Egg Hunt Saturday

Over 2,800 Easter eggs will be hidden in Briar Creek Park waiting for local youngsters ages 10 and under to find Saturday as part of the Sixth Annual Williamsburg Community Easter Egg Hunt, which will take place starting at 1 p.m. The children will be divided up into three...
Posted On 22 Mar 2016

City hires company to fix bad areas in downtown sidewalks

One of over 100 uneven areas on downtown Corbin’s sidewalks that will be fixed. Sidewalks on three of Corbin’s main downtown streets have over 100 “trip hazards,” and the city’s leaders voted Monday to do something about them. During the regular monthly meeting of t...

Rockholds woman charged with running from police

A Rockholds woman and her boyfriend were arrested Thursday night when her attempt to keep them from going to jail by fleeing the scene of a traffic stop ended when the car got stuck in a ditch. Ramey Calloway Kentucky State Police arrested 24-year-old Brandi Calloway, 18-year-old...

Corbin man arrested in connection with Gatti’s burglaries

Corbin Police arrested a Corbin man Wednesday that they have been searching for in connection with two burglaries at Gatti’s Pizza on consecutive nights in early March. According to Corbin Police Major Rob Jones, the department’s public affairs officer, officers received a tip...

Kayakers go over Cumberland Falls

Two world champion kayakers have become local Internet sensations after successfully going over Cumberland Falls Saturday and living to tell about it. Twenty-seven-year-old Nick Troutman, and 22-year-old Dane Jackson added traversing Cumberland Falls to their list of...

Sprinkles ousted as Knox superintendent

There wasn’t an empty chair left in the room as the Knox County Board of Education began their meeting Tuesday afternoon. Once seats were filled, people began to line along the walls and sit in the floor. All were eager to hear the outcome of the meeting. For weeks, the community...
Posted On 16 Mar 2016
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