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Corbin attorney Shane Romines responds to sexual harassment lawsuit

Corbin attorney Shane Romines filed his response Tuesday afternoon to the sexual harassment lawsuit filed last week in Whitley Circuit Court, stating that any sexual escapades involving plaintiffs Cassandra Hibbard and Dana Vanover were consensual. Read this story and more for...

District, Circuit Court closures extended through May 31

People who were scheduled to appear in Whitley District or Circuit Court in May will be waiting a little longer as the Kentucky Supreme Court has extended the cancellation of all court dates through May 31. The court had initially continued all court proceedings through April 1....

No court in Whitley County through April 10

Whitley Circuit Court Clerk Gary Barton said Friday that, in keeping with the order of the Kentucky Supreme Court, all court dates are canceled beginning Monday and continuing through April 10. Barton said court officials will be sending notices out to anyone with pending court...

Federal grand jury returns child pornography indictment against Corbin man

A Corbin man indicted previously indicted in Whitley County on rape and child pornography charges involving a 15-year-old girl, has been indicted in federal court in connection with the child pornography. A federal grand jury returned the indictment Thursday against Amos...

Jurors hear Mattie’s statement to police after body was found in her home

About six hours after police found Michelle Marlow’s dead body inside the home that Lori Mattie shared with Chris Lowe on July 23, 2017, Mattie gave Kentucky State Police a nearly 50-minute sometimes rambling statement about what lead up to Marlow’s death. She offered few details...
Posted On 20 Nov 2019

Corbin woman pleads guilty to role in scheme to steal from local charity

A Corbin woman has pleaded guilty and is receiving a diverted prison sentence for her role in a scheme to take about $100,000, which was intended for a local charity. On Nov. 21, 2016, Thelma Hilbert, who is now 79, and Barbara Reeves, who is now 77, both of Corbin, were indicted...

Corbin man files lawsuit claiming he choked on bread tie that fell in restaurant sandwich

A Corbin man is suing the local Arby’s franchise after he claims one of the “slider” sandwiches he was served contained a bread tie that caused him to choke and left him unable to breathe. Dennis Smith has filed suit against Lavco Food Services, Inc., a Barbourville-based company...

Trial date set in Paul Parsons’ murder case

A late summer trial date has been set for a Corbin man, who is accused of killing two people in June 2017. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or subscribe to get access every day! Please login to view this content. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 03 Apr 2019

Trio of indicted murder suspects now face slow moving court case

A trio of Williamsburg residents, who were indicted last month for murder and robbery in the killing of a man near the Kentucky-Tennessee state line in Jellico, made a brief court appearance Monday afternoon in Whitley Circuit Court. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents...
Posted On 03 Apr 2019

Suspect in Corbin triple homicide appears in circuit court Tuesday

A Corbin man, who allegedly killed three people in February, including a pregnant woman and her unborn child, had a brief court hearing Tuesday morning in Whitley Circuit Court. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or subscribe to get access every day! Please login...
Posted On 11 Jul 2018
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