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Corbin woman charged with robbery

A Corbin woman has been charged with robbery after allegedly assaulting a lost prevention officer at the Williamsburg Walmart Wednesday night. Williamsburg Police charged Amanda Felts, 33, with second-degree robbery. According to the arrest citation, at approximately 9:25 p.m.,...

Williamsburg recognized for some of the best tasting water in Kentucky

Williamsburg Municipal Utilities was awarded a third-place finish for the Best Tasting Water in Kentucky at the annual Kentucky Rural Water Association’s Conference and Exhibition. Sixteen water districts, water associations, and municipal utilities from around Kentucky submitted...

Corbin handles Franklin Co.; Whitley Co. picks up first win for Zeke Eier; W’burg demolishes Leslie Co.

It was a week of statement wins for the high school football teams across Whitley County. Corbin faced its toughest game of the season, hosting another of the top teams in class 4A in Franklin County at Campbell Field. The Redhounds didn’t blink on either side of the ball as they...

Friday night at Campbell Field showed what makes high school football great

While the Corbin Redhounds Football team was very impressive in Friday night’s 27-7 win over Franklin County, the entire atmosphere at Campbell Field was even more so because it is exactly what high school football should be under the Friday night lights. The Corbin faithful were...

Trading Days kicks off Sept. 9

While the festival may say “Old Fashioned,” there are several new acts lined up to perform this year at Williamsburg’s 38th annual Old Fashioned Trading Days, which kicks off Sept. 9. The festival will see a few changes this year, such as no quilt show and gospel music only being...

Local high school football games still on tonight

The four local high school football teams will be in action as scheduled Friday night. Corbin will host Franklin County at 8 p.m. at Campbell Field in the Grace Health Bowl Game. Coach Tom Greer said junior quarterback Cameron Combs will return to lead the Redhounds’ offens...

Williamsburg seeks to shake off ‘butt kicking’ against Leslie County Friday

Williamsburg Football Coach Jerry Herron, Jr. said there is a big difference between Friday night’s 60-28 thrashing at the hands of Middlesboro and last year’s 27-7 loss in the state semi-finals to Kentucky Country Day. While the loss to KCD ended the Jackets’ 2020 season, Herron...

Transportation cabinet clearing trees around Exit 15 this week

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is advising motorists using Exit 15 off of Interstate 75 this week to use caution as crews cut and remove trees in the area. Officials noted that the work would be occurring between 7 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. on the on and off ramps around the exit....

Williamsburg looks to improve to 2-0 Friday at Middlesboro

Coach Jerry Herron, Jr.’s Yellow Jackets will be headed to Middlesboro Friday night after defeating Oneida, Tennessee 50-21 in the first game of the Cumberland Falls Pigskin Class at Campbell Field in Corbin. Quarterback Sydney Bowen completed 15 of 27 passes for 338 yards and...

$1.2 million waste water treatment upgrade needed

Williamsburg will have to increase its waste water treatment capacity in the Exit 11 area in order to accommodate planned development of a historical wagering and off-track betting facility off Penny Lane and an $8 million plus planned upgrade to the Kentucky Splash waterpark....
Posted On 19 Aug 2021