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There will be a Community Thanksgiving Service, Thursday, November 21, 2019 at 7:00 pm at First Baptist Church Barbourville on North Main St.  Everyone is welcome.  The Regional Choir and Union Harmony will be performing.  An offering will be collected to benefit the Knox County Ministerial …

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At 9 a.m. on Thursday, November 14, Knox County Clerk Mike Corey began the process of recanvassing for the gubernatorial race.

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The Lynn Camp Wildcats suffered a heartbreaking 14-6 loss at Pineville on October 11, but this team the season was on the line and the Wildcats came away with a 40-34 victory to advance to the second-round of the playoffs.

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Yellow Rock Place apartments, a 32-unit complex on Artemus Road in Barbourville, provides affordable housing for seniors 55 years and older. Several organizations contributed to the creation of the apartments including KCEOC, Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College, Cumberland Val…

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The Knox Central Panthers fought hard, but fell short as they fell to Corbin 42-21 in the first-round of the playoffs.

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Knox County Sheriff’s deputies say a Corbin woman accused of shoplifting nearly $400 worth of merchandise from the Dollar General store in Gray Friday night attempted to run from them and then tried to escape from custody.

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“This is a great bonus for us to have this (voucher) in our region,” said Dawn Lang, Operation UNITE Treatment and Education Program Coordinator. Speaking of UNITE’s Treatment Voucher program, “There’s no other program across the nation that actually offers this” she said. 

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The Corbin Fire Department has asked travelers to avoid Master Street between Old Barbourville Highway and Sav-Rite Pharmacy due to a deadly car vs pedestrian accident on Monday night, November 11.

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“Homelessness can touch anyone and that’s why I’m coming to you all for help,” said Ryan’s Place Case Management Director David Logan.