CORBIN -- Michele Anderson was selected from a national pool of applicants to work in the capacity of Ambassador Trainer with the nonprofit organization, Learning to Give. In this role, Anderson will be trained and available to lead educator workshops and training sessions throughout the reg…

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FRANKFORT, Ky. - The Kentucky State Police is now making traffic collision reporting easier through an online form. Funded through the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety, the Civilian Traffic Collision Report can be accessed from an online submission tool. Kentucky law requires that any perso…

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WILLIAMSBURG — This Friday and Saturday over 265 Jeeps are expected to have traveled to Williamsburg from across the United States, and even Canada, to kick off the 26th annual Jeep Jamboree.

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The October Festival featured a new name last year and this year it welcomed double the length of the event and double the size. Downtown Corbin welcomed the festival in Nibroc Park as usual this year, but also had to expand onto Main Street between 1st and 2nd streets for all the vendors to…

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CORBIN — Corbin will have trick or treating in downtown Corbin from 3-5 p.m. and in the residential areas from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 31.

CORBIN — The Corbin Independent School District is pleased to announce that it has been awarded $154,827 in grant funds from the COPS (Community Oriented Policing Services) Office to purchase equipment to enhance security and safety measures at school buildings and school property.

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Kentucky motorists are seeing welcome news at the pump, just in time to enjoy fall foliage drives. After seeing prices climb following an attack on Saudi oil facilities a month ago, the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded in the Commonwealth has dropped another 6 …

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WILLIAMSBURG — Many great gospel singers are woven into the fabric of Kentucky’s past, and continue to touch lives today. The Williamsburg Gospel Music Barn recognized three of those groups and individuals by inducting them into their Wall of Honor Saturday.

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In honor of breast cancer awareness, the Corbin Fire Department will be wearing pink helmets and selling T-shirts. Shirts can be purchased for $10 each and can be picked up at the Corbin Fire Department at 805 S. Main Street. Shirt sizes range from Small to 3XL. | Photos Contributed

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CORBIN — Thursday evening, the Corbin Board of Education recognized a new program being implemented in the district that allows local community members to mentor students, similar to a Big Brothers Big Sisters type of program.

BARBOURVILLE — The fall session of KCEOC Community Action Partnership’s KY Career Center’s biannual Job Club started Wednesday.

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The Daniel Boone Festival is celebrating its 72nd year this week in downtown Barbourville. The festival goes on through the weekend with carnival rides, vendors, a primitive camp and entertainment each day. Friday night music will be headlined by Walker Montgomery, and Mark Wills headlines S…

LAUREL COUNTY — Stealing some guns from a southern Laurel business proved to be a dangerous situation that sent a Corbin man for medical treatment before landing him in jail.

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For this year’s 72nd Daniel Boone Festival celebration, the Knox Historical Museum Corner will take a look at the current Daniel Boone Festival which is happening this week.

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CORBIN — The upcoming October Festival is slated to double in size with an extended day, giving community members plenty of opportunities to shop and eat all things fall.

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The Grandparents Support Group met on Tuesday at the Whitley County Extension Office in Goldbug where they gathered around friends, food and fellowship. Whitley County Superintendent John Siler and Deputy Superintendent Paula Rickett attended the meeting. Two speakers informed group members …

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CORBIN — The Corbin Tourism Commission attempted to show a free movie to the public as a kickoff to the Halloween season on Saturday, however attendees found themselves spooked by lightning strikes and high winds rather than the spells and witches of "Hocus Pocus".

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LAUREL COUNTY — Laurel County Sheriff's Office arrested nine over the last week after investigating a burglary and theft of property from a residence off Cold Hill Road about five miles west of London and a press release from the Sheriff's Office states more arrests are expected.

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TRI-COUNTY — Every day many residents in the Tri-County go about their daily routines, jumping in their vehicles rushing to work, dropping children off at school, running errands, going to the grocery store, library, after school practices and so forth, often taking their mode of transportat…

The Whitley County FFA Alumni and Supporters group met recently at Whitley County High School. This was the first meeting of the 2019-2020 year. The following officers were elected:

HARROAGTE, Tenn. -- The nursing advocacy organization RegisteredNursing.org released its list of 2019 Best RN Programs in Kentucky, naming Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) number nine.

BARBOURVILLE -- Union College has been awarded a $2.2 million grant from the federal Department of Education that will allow them to enhance curriculum and transform the student experience.

TRI-COUNTY — The badly needed rainfall of the past few days has resulted in the burn ban in Laurel County being lifted.

BARBOURVILLE - The Appalachian Regional Commission announced recently a grant to KCEOC Community Action Partnership, Inc. in Gray for the Workforce Training Center project. The project will construct a Work Ready Training Center (WRTC) and offer trade, certificate, and post-secondary educati…

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To show their support and honor the many fighters of breast cancer, the Corbin Police Department worked with Top of the Line Designs and will be displaying a new graphic on Corporal Steve Meadors' cruiser through the month of October. Corbin Police Chief Rusty Hedrick said this was how the d…

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The Whitley County Historical and Genealogical Society held its annual Heritage Day on Saturday located at the old L & N Depot building on Main Street in Williamsburg. Crafts and demonstrations entertained guests, a light meal was available for purchase and the museum was open for guests…

WILLIAMSBURG — University of the Cumberlands is hosting its annual food drive October 15 – November 15 this year. As always, all food collected will be donated to local food banks.

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Hundreds gathered in downtown Williamsburg Saturday night to hear local music and taste fresh and savory Kentucky Proud and Appalachian foods. It was the second annual River Fog Festival that brought a crowd to the grassy area on the corner of Third and Main streets. Larah Heylane opened the…

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