, Corbin, KY


June 18, 2014


CORBIN — Truck carrying hogs flips on US-25

Road closed seven hours for cleanup, animal corralling

Woman found dead with about 14 dogs

A woman known by several Whitley County residents hadn’t been seen for several days — and a welfare check confirmed the worst.

Corbin to take issue to state Supreme Court

Comes after Court of Appeals agrees with Knox court on occupational tax ruling

Airport attempting to refinance

The Whitley County Fiscal Court has decided it needs further information before it agrees to be part of the refinancing of the Williamsburg-Whitley County Airport.

Breaking ground in the ‘Panther Patch’

Knox school digs in for innovative Farm to School project

Campaigns keep pounding on ‘coal wars’

The “coal wars” continued to be front and center in Kentucky’s U.S. Senate Tuesday with ads by each side touting their support or criticizing the other for a lack of support for the industry.

CUC modifies water contract with CFHWD

Modification allows agreement to extend contract time to 40 years

Trial date yet to be set for infant murder case

A woman and her boyfriend facing murder charges in the death of her 2-year-old daughter made separate appearances in Whitley County Circuit Court Monday.

Beshear sings praises of Affordable Care Act

Calls it ‘life-changing and transformative’ for Kentucky

School construction on schedule

Board members learn about Pleasant View Elementary progress

Pick up a copy of today’s Times-Tribune in newsstands across the Tri-County. Today’s webpage will be updated with complete stories throughout the day.

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The soft whistle of a flute floated through the room as audience members listened in awe to tales of the Thunderbolt people. “This land that you’re now sitting on was that of Thunderbolt people,” said Thunderbolt descendant David Owens. Owens and Indian flute player Robert Mullinax stopped at the Laurel County Library Friday night to entertain with spoken legends, folk lore and tales of the bygone Thunderbolts. Audiences were captivated by stories passed down from the Thunderbolt of how things came to be. Tales about fire, pipes and Kentucky — just to name a few — were shared by Ownes over the course of an hour with Mullinax playing behind him.

  • Tales of the Thunderbolt

    The soft whistle of a flute floated through the room as audience members listened in awe to tales of the Thunderbolt people.

    July 27, 2014 1 Photo

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Kelsey White

  • Local woman vyes for Miss Kentucky crown

    A Williamsburg woman is among the 32 contestants representing local scholarship pageants from across the state who will vye for the title of Miss Kentucky 2014. 

    July 8, 2014 1 Photo

  • July’s jumpin’ in Downtown Corbin

    After Thursday’s fun, festivities and fireworks during the Independence Day Block Party, how do you top the month best known as the sizzling center of summer?

    July 7, 2014

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