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Jackets, Lady Jackets look to get back on track after All ‘A’ losses

The Williamsburg Yellow Jackets will be looking to end a two-game losing streak that includes a 73-64 loss to Jackson County in the 13th Region All “A” Classic. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or subscribe to get access every day! Please login to view this...

Time for Hounds, Jackets to meet on the gridiron

Who is the best high school football team in the area? Corbin could make the argument that, even though it lost in the regional championship game, it played the toughest schedule, and a broad spectrum of opponents from Class 2A powerhouses Beechwood and Somerset to Class 6A Dixie...

Williamsburg Christmas decorating contest winners announced

For the second year in a row, the Denham Addition has taken home first place honors as the best decorated neighborhood in 16th annual Williamsburg Christmas decorating contest. The Denham Addition includes South Third Street, Front Street, Ridge Avenue and Pine Street. Prior to...
Posted On 16 Dec 2020

Local basketball teams begin practice for opening of season on Jan. 4/5

High school basketball fans across the commonwealth will have two more weeks of game action this season. 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

Corbin and Williamsburg receive Smoke-Free Excellence in E-Cigarette Policy Award

Corbin and Williamsburg were both recognized as winners of the Smoke-Free Excellence in E-Cigarette Policy Award during a virtual ceremony hosted by the Kentucky Center for Smoke-Free Policy (KCSP), the Kentucky Tobacco Prevention & Cessation Program (KTPC), Kentucky...

“Light up Williamsburg” shines bright on first weekend

The City of Williamsburg lit up Saturday for the start of the “Light up Williamsburg” event. “I am so proud of the way our folks in Williamsburg have responded to our “Light up Williamsburg” event,” said Williamsburg Mayor Roddy Harrison. “I’ve never seen downtown more beautiful...

Williamsburg to face Kentucky Country Day in Class A state semifinals matchup on Friday

Finley-Legion Field in Williamsburg was soaked with water last Friday and intermittent rain was only adding to the slop and standing water. 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

“Light up Williamsburg”: Businesses and residents encouraged to decorate for holidays

The City of Williamsburg is working to help people avoid having a ‘Blue Christmas’ by encouraging individuals and businesses to decorate for the holidays. “What we are wanting to do this year is really light up Williamsburg,” said Williamsburg Mayor Roddy Harrison as he explained...

One person killed after tractor-trailer collides with pickup truck on I-75

One person was killed Tuesday morning when a tractor-trailer truck crossed the median on Interstate 75 near Williamsburg and collided, head-on, with a pickup truck. Kentucky State Police Division of Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Public Affairs Officer Steve Douglas said the...

Local World AIDS Day event planned Tuesday

The Whitley County Health Department is organizing a COVID-friendly event on Tuesday, Dec. 1, as part of World AIDS Day in order to make the community more aware that HIV and AIDS are still around and still real. “World AIDS Day takes place on Dec. 1 each year. It’s an...
Posted On 27 Nov 2020