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WILLIAMSBURG -- The Office of Student Employment at University of the Cumberlands recently received a Community Partnership Award by the Whitley County Board of Education (WCBOE) for the staff's dedication to students and community partnership during a year of unprecedented growth for the Un…

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CORBIN — Staff from Corbin Pediatric Associates P.S.C. say they are thankful after the practice received numerous donations from local businesses, organizations and community members.

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The emergence of the novel coronavirus has resulted in drastic steps across the country to contain the reported virus from spreading, and Kentucky is one of those ranking high on the list for their policies.

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FRANKFORT, Ky. – Gov. Andy Beshear on Monday issued an order to limit Kentuckians’ out-of-state travel and offered a 10-step plan to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

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BARBOURVILLE -- Rebecca Rains, director of the Knox County Health Department, gave a presentation during Wednesday's Barbourville City Council meeting, updating the council and Knox County residents on local actions being taken amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment guaranteeing women the right to vote. In honor of this, The Times-Tribune will highlight women throughout the year who are movers and shakers, inspirers and game changers in the Tri-County in a series called "Year of …

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On Thursday, staff and administration from Barbourville Independent School held a car wave parade throughout downtown Barbourville. The parade consisted of 30 cars, two motorcycles, and traveled down Barbourville’s North Main Street, Catron Street, Barner Lane, 1st Street, 2nd Street, 3rd St…

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Editor's Note: Each week Times-Tribune Editor Erin Cox and Chris Harris with the Commonwealth Journal in Somerset will give a brief recap of the new episode of "Survivor: Winners at War" before discussing some of their own takeaways from the episode. Send us your thoughts on the episode at e…

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As we embark on an unprecedented time in history, Staff Writer Angela Turner is going to capture these weeks of uncertainty in photos. Gas prices plummet. Tents are set up where patients can receive physician driven drive-up testing at the Corbin Center. Restaurants have been ordered to clos…

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FRANKFORT -- Gov. Andy Beshear reported 302 positive COVID-19 cases, which is 54 new cases in Kentucky since Thursday. During his Friday press conference, he also reported two additional deaths related to the coronavirus in Kentucky taking the total up to seven. Then after his briefing, he r…

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Gov. Andy Beshear reported 302 positive COVID-19 cases, which is 54 new cases in Kentucky since Thursday. During his Friday press conference, he also reported two additional deaths related to the coronavirus in Kentucky taking the total up to seven. Then after his briefing, he reported a thi…

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Acting swiftly in an extraordinary time, the House rushed President Donald Trump a $2.2 trillion rescue package Friday, tossing a life preserver to a U.S. economy and health care system left flailing by the coronavirus pandemic.

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On a sunny Thursday evening, Barbourville Independent School hosted a car wave parade for teachers to reach out to students to show they miss and still care about their students. Look for photos in Saturday's Times-Tribune. 

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TRI-COUNTY — While many Kentuckians are practicing social distancing and keeping away from large groups of people to keep their families safe from COVID-19, each of the Tri-Counties’ jailers are working hard to keep the large group of people they oversee safe as well.

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CORBIN -- Although Tony Stewart's appearance at the grand opening was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, Ollie's Bargain Outlet in Corbin still opened Wednesday.

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FRANKFORT — Gov. Andy Beshear on Thursday announced 50 new cases bringing the count up to 248 positive cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Kentucky. It was the largest increase in a single day in the state since the pandemic began.

• CHURCH SERVICES CANCELLED -- All church services at First Christian Church 100 South Kentucky Ave. in Corbin are cancelled through April 5.

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FRANKFORT -- Thirteen days passed between the time that the Kentucky House of Representatives approved a proposed state budget on March 6 and the day the state Senate passed its preferred version of the spending plan this week.

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GREENTOWN, Ind. -- With their vows read and rings exchanged, Henry and Emily Riffles sealed their first moments of married life with a kiss Saturday, the wedding party and family looking on from proper social distance.

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FRANKFORT, Ky. – In a teleconference call on Friday with Kentucky’s public school superintendents, Gov. Andy Beshear recommended that all Kentucky schools continue their suspension of in-person classes through April 17 to help control the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in co…

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TRI-COUNTY — Local law enforcement leaders across the Tri-County agree crime rates haven’t significantly decreased since COVID-19 began influencing daily life, however certain procedures in place have changed.

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KNOX COUNTY - During Wednesday afternoon’s Knox County Fiscal Court meeting, Knox County Judge Executive Mike Mitchell declared a state of emergency for Knox County amid the current pandemic caused by COVID-19.

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