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Save-a-Lot hosts several grand re-openings

Save-a-Lot hosted at least six grand re-openings on Wednesday for stores across Southeastern Kentucky. “We have spent some money to remodel and update them. Now, we just wanted to have grand re-openings to kick things off right,” said Randal Young, the district manager for...

Houchens Food Group donates $250 to Canadatown Fellowship Pantry

The Houchens Food Group donated $250 to the Canadatown Fellowship Pantry last week. The check was presented at the Save-a-Lot store in Jellico. Joyce Wilson, the director of the pantry, said they serve 60 families every month. The pantry regularly hosts food giveaways for anyone...

Save A Lot in Williamsburg makes donation

Teddy Anders, the store manager for Save A Lot in Williamsburg, recently presented a $500 check to Travis Jones, the pastor at Calvary Missionary Baptist Church. “Over the holidays for the month of November and December, we did a feed the needy holiday bag giveaway,” said Anders....

Public’s help sought to locate Save-A-Lot store robbers

The Whitley County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s assistance to find two men, who are wanted for recently robbing a southern Kentucky grocery store employee. About 11 p.m. on May 16, Deputy Jason Strunk responded to Save-A-Lot near the Kentucky-Tennessee state...
Posted On 23 May 2018

Corbin Police make arrest in copper theft spree

Corbin Police have arrested a Corbin man suspected to be involved in a series of copper thefts targeting businesses along Cumberland Falls Hwy. after he was caught allegedly targeting another business Friday morning. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or...