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Earthquake felt in tri-county area


An earthquake that originated about 8 miles west of Whitesburg, KY early Saturday afternoon was felt by residents in the tri-county area.

According to the U.S. Geological Survey Earthquakes Hazard Program, the tremor happened about 12:08 p.m. Saturday. It's epicenter was about 1.1 kilometers deep. It was the only earthquake reported in Kentucky at the time.

For more information on earthquake reporting, visit earthquake.usgs.gov.

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johnnie thomas (November 10, 2012) Reply

we felt house shaking in corbin


Linda Cox (May 29, 2013) Reply

I wonder if you could do an artlcle on why Corbin gas prices are now higher at exit 29. For years this was the cheapest gas around. Now all of a sudden exit 25 is usually a lot cheaper. London was always a lot higher and now they're about even. Is their some sort of conspiracy. Please check on this. Thank you.

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