Belk to host annual Charity Day
All revenues from in-store ticket purchases are equally divided among participating charities and schools in each local store.
Let’s help Jordan Martin get a service dog
As I’ve said in the past, as much as I enjoy telling stories from my life, I love sharing stories from others that much more.
Corbin gets Sept. 11 memorial stone thanks to Boy Scout
The city of Corbin now has a memorial stone dedicated to the memory of those who were killed Sept. 11, 2001 — thanks to Boy Scout Robert Glenn Croley.
Sports Editor Les Dixon wins NIBROC Just Lose It competition
Les Dixon went into the 2013 NIBROC Just Lose It competition with a plan.
Liberty Automotive holds ribbon cutting
Liberty Automotive held a ribbon cutting Monday, Aug. 12.
Sunshine for Seniors
Residents of the Mixon Manor apartment complex on 3rd Street in Barbourville who enjoy getting outside during the spring, summer and autumn days now have the ability to do so “officially” after a ribbon-cutting ceremony held there Tuesday.
Hundreds attend honey bun eating event
Around 400 people attended the London Downtown honey bun eating event that was held in conjunction with Thursday Night Live on July 4th, in an attempt to set a world record of the most people simultaneously eating a honey bun.
Two area state parks receive ‘StormReady’ designation
Two Kentucky state parks in the Tri-County earned a special designation from the National Weather Service for being “StormReady.”
New Whitley County Extension agent assigned
Garrard Coffey, 31, a Jackson County native and resident, took the helm Monday and has already done a little “touring” along Whitley County and Williamsburg.
Treasure Finder’s held in Whitley County
Excited chatter echoed off the walls of the Whitley County Courthouse Community Room Friday.
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