Barbourville Mayor David Thompson, Judge-Executive Mike Mitchell, and the Kentucky Society: Daughters of the American Revolution [Dr. Thomas Walker Chapter] came together at City Hall for the Constitution Week Proclamation Signing on Monday morning, September 9.
Effective Monday, September 16, 2019, a NO OUTSIDE BURNING ORDER has been issued for Knox County, Kentucky, under executive order #20190916-01 from Judge-Executive Mike Mitchell.
Knox County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a Corbin man Sunday on multiple charges, including indecent exposure, after finding him passed out at the wheel of his running car with his penis out of his pants.
Mayor David Thompson notified those in attendance at September’s City Council Meeting that he and the Street Department have been making plans to improve the playgrounds in the city of Barbourville.
When a Knox County Sheriff's Department patrol car shows up at your child's school, there's more than knowing they are in safe hands - they are learning valuable lessons, too.
Walmart recently joined advocates nationwide in efforts to reduce gun violence. The retail behemoth announced it will stop selling handgun ammunition and short-barrel rifle ammunition.
“Chronic absence can be significantly reduced when schools, families, and communities work together to monitor and promote good attendance,” said Knox County Public Schools Superintendent Kelly Sprinkles.
Beacon Baptist Church, along with several other local churches came together to host ‘Late Night with J.C.’ on Friday night, September 6. This is the third season of the Christian talk show at Beacon.
The Cumberland River at Thompson Park is much cleaner after Knox County Detention Center inmates worked to clear old tires from the water and riverbanks. In all, 131 tires were collected. The cleanup was supervised by Mayor David Thompson and other city officials.