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Two arrest for theft of utility trailers

The Laurel County Sheriff’s Department has recovered two of six utility trailers reported stolen in the county and arrested two individuals who had one of the trailers in their possession.

ONLY ONLINE: Work release inmate sues city of Williamsburg for loss of finger

A Williamsburg man is suing the city of Williamsburg over an accident involving a garbage truck that resulted in a partially amputated finger.

Corbin moves to 2-0 in district play with win over Raiders

 The Corbin Redhounds football team played a rare Thursday night game, defeating McCreary Central 57-6

UC Football: It’s More than Just a Game

 The UC Patriots football team is making an impact on and off the field. 

Mahan named new CHS softball head coach

 Former Corbin baseball great Jake Mahan was announced Wednesday as the new Head Coach of the CHS softball program.

Wrongful death lawsuit against Knox County Jail dismissed

 A wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of a woman who died while in custody at the Knox County Detention has been dismissed in federal court.

Tourism Commission slashes event sponsorship by 25 percent in new budget

While providing funding for several new events, the Corbin Tourism Commission announced a change in priorities in approving its $1.42 million budget for 2014-15.

Adventist Health System to cease operating Jellico Community Hospital

The company that operates Jellico Community Hospital has announced it plans to cease operating the hospital in the near future.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Family contemplating lawsuit after new details emerge in Whitley man's death

New details have emerged in the case of a southern Whitley County man, found dead on a four-wheeler trail near I-75 in early January after being missing for week … and family members are now saying they are contemplating a lawsuit because they feel the entire incident was possibly mishandled by authorities.

Does video really show Judge-Executive stealing campaign sign?

An Emlyn resident claims he’s got video evidence of Whitley County Judge-Executive Pat White Jr. “stealing” a campaign sign out of his yard in mid-March, but White contends that the accusations are part of a dishonest, politically motivated attack resulting from an ongoing, nasty property dispute in the area.