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Knox-Whitley Humane Association seeking donations of pet items to stuff stockings

When Christmas comes Wednesday, staff and volunteers at the Knox-Whitley Humane Association will be handing out treats and toys to all of the good little dogs and cats that are still waiting for a forever home. The shelter, located at 66 Busy Lane off of Fifth Street Road, is...

Third person named in federal conspiracy to distribute Oxycodone, Oxymorphone identified as Williamsburg man

The third man named in a federal indictment charging a conspiracy to distribute Oxycodone and Oxymorphone in Whitley, Knox, Laurel and Rockcastle Counties, has been identified as a Williamsburg resident. Fifty-four-year-old Gary L. Cupp’s name was initially redacted from the...

Knox deputies investigating burglary complaint find man with shotgun and ‘Ninja Death Star”

Knox County Sheriff’s deputies called to investigate a report of a burglary in Gray Saturday discovered a man hiding in the garage with a shotgun and a “Ninja Death Star.” Sheriff Mike Smith said Deputy Keith Liford was called to the residence on Doctor Parker Lane about 2 p.m....

Knox Co. Judge-Executive responds to audit findings

Two full years after an audit of the Knox County Fiscal Court, the 2014 results have finally been released from the state auditors office. While there were no real issues concerning the misuse or misplacement of money, the audit found several instances of improper procedures. The...
Posted On 25 Oct 2016
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Knox deputy cleared of wrong-doing in fatal shoooting

A Knox County Deputy has been officially cleared by the Grand Jury after fatally shooting a Flat Lick man during an altercation on June 29. “The State Police investigated the incident,” said Kentucky State Police Public Affairs Officer Shane Jacobs. “We presented all of our...
Posted On 02 Sep 2016
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Corbin man charged in high-speed pursuit indicted in Knox County

A Corbin man arrested in May after leading state police on a high-speed chase through Corbin was indicted Friday in Knox Circuit Court. Thirty-seven-year-old Jason Sevier was indicted on charges of first-degree fleeing or evading police, first-degree wanton endangerment,...

Two sentenced in federal tax fraud case

The last of the four Knox County residents who admitted to their respective parts in a conspiracy to file false federal tax returns, collecting more than $125,000 in refunds, were sentenced in London last week. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or subscribe to...

Chamber Board opposes decision to ‘stack’ Corbin occupational tax

To the Editor: At its regular monthly board meeting June 16, the Board of Directors of the Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce voted unanimously in opposition to the recent decision by City Commission to enforce the city’s 1 percent occupational tax on workers in the Knox...

KDE: Knox Schools need to have a laser-like focus

Once again, the Knox County School system has come under fire by the Kentucky Department of Education. An April 3-6 on-site review of the school district’s instructional performance saw the administration lacking in several areas. The Kentucky Department of Education and AdvancED...
Posted On 15 Jun 2016
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Corbin couple indicted for child abuse

A Corbin couple has been indicted in Knox County for allegedly abusing their three-year-old child. A Knox County grand jury returned indictments Friday charging 42-year-old Creighton Hill, Jr. and 45-year-old Yvonne Hill each with one count of first-degree criminal abuse. Read...
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