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Bee Creek home destroyed by fire Tuesday

A home on Lee lane, just off of Bee Creek Road, was destroyed by fire Tuesday morning.

Doctor responds to medical records indictment

A former Knox County Attorney who is seeking the post again was among three people indicted in Laurel Circuit Court Friday. According to the indictment document, David Jorjani, 49, of Corbin was indicted on charges of tampering with physical evidence stemming from an incident that allegedly occurred on Aug. 27, 2013 in Laurel County.

Corbin man's sci-fi screenplay made into movie that will premier April 5 at film festival

During a typical day, Mark Daniels is neck deep in paperwork and fulfilling his duties overseeing a myriad of programs for the Corbin Independent School District.

Organizers hope 'Millionaire's Weekend' drawing will kickstart Sander's Park donations

Around $50,000 in donations is needed to pay for a bronze statue of Kentucky Fried Chicken founder Colonel Harland Sanders, and leaders of a non-profit group supporting construction of the park are hoping to get a big boost toward that goal in just one day.

Four agencies involved in North Corbin meth bust

  A joint effort by Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies, Williamsburg Police, state police and agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives led to the arrest of three people on meth trafficking charges Thursday morning.

Whitley dispatcher wins $12,000 settlement from county

An insurer for the county has agreed to pay a $12,000 settlement to a 911 Center dispatcher in order to avoid a lawsuit over the illegal release of her medical information by workers for Whitley County EMS.

Elderly man indicted for sexually abusing sisters in 1980s, '90s

A Whitley County Grand Jury has accused a Corbin man of sexually assaulting two young girls in the mid-1980s and the early 1990s.

New Whitley Health Department facility opens to public this week

After several false starts the employees at the Whitley County Health Department are settling into their new, bigger facility in Williamsburg.

W'burg Board of Adjustments denies councilman's request for variance

The Williamsburg Board of Adjustments didn't appear to be in any hurry Monday night to settle what amounted to a dispute between two citizens over the granting of a zoning variance. One citizen is a Williamsburg City Councilman and the other is a future member of the Williamsburg Board of Adjustments.

Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center celebrates Facility of the Year honor

When Mary Perkins entered the Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center two and one-half years ago, her doctors only gave her 30 days to live.