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Knox Fiscal Court agrees to put fire department subscription fees on tax bills

Silence fell among the crowded district courtroom as 15 or more radios went off at once. Firemen from every volunteer fire department in the county listened carefully to see if they must call their meeting short and respond to a call. Thankfully, there was not an emergency, but...
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Graham discusses leadership principles during lecture at UofC Tuesday

Third-generation evangelist Dr. William Franklin Graham IV came to Williamsburg to share his message concerning leadership based upon God’s principles. On Tuesday night, hundreds of people poured into a packed O. Wayne Rollins Center on the campus of the University of the...

Police: Gray man rode motorcycle over 125 mph during 26-mile pursuit

A Gray man is facing multiple charges after he allegedly attempted to outrun the police when they clocked him riding his motorcycle at speeds in excess of 125 mph on US 25E Sunday afternoon. Kentucky State Police arrested 38-year-old Jason McGuire following the 26-mile pursuit...

Lily homicide cases headed to grand jury

The case of a Corbin man accused of beating his twin brother to death with a hammer is headed to a Laurel County grand jury. At a preliminary hearing Tuesday in Laurel District Court, Judge Wendell “Skip” Hammons ordered the case against 30-year-old Antonio T. Johnson waived on...

Students collect shoes for water project

Big, small, fat, skinny, open, closed, singles or in pairs, a group of Corbin High School students wants you old or worn out shoes to help provide safe drinking water to people in third world countries or in areas that have been struck by disaster. Throughout the month of April,...

Earth Week celebration starts Saturday

Earth Week festivities will kick off Saturday in Williamsburg with the Mother Earth Bicycle Ride followed by a movie in the park. Registration for the bicycle ride starts at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Bill Woods Park followed by a bicycle safety talk at 4 p.m. The ride will start at...
Posted On 13 Apr 2016

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