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Man behind bars after city drug bust
A Barbourville man told police he was only “trying to support his family” after a successful drug bust on Friday. Now, James Aaron Smith, 28, is behind bars, facing several drug charges.
Post 10 to set up check points in Bell Co. - Middlesboro Daily News
Kentucky State Police Post 10 Harlan just released information about traffic stops they will be holding in various areas of their jurisdiction.They stated that troopers will be checking for impaired motorists, that children are properly secured in the correct safety seats and to inform drivers of ab
Police: Corbin woman faked kidnapping to extort money from father
CORBIN, Ky. (WKYT) -A Corbin woman is behind bars after police say she attempted to fake a kidnapping to steal $400 from her father.Police say the father of 28-year-old Abbygail Farley reported her missing Monday. He would receive messages Tuesday saying Farley was kidnapped.Investigators determined
Whitley County man accused of sending nude photo to 15-year-old
WILLIAMSBURG, Ky. (WYMT) -A man is behind bars after police say he sent inappropriate texts to a teenage girl.Williamsburg police arrested Robin Gobel Tuesday on charges of prohibited use of electronic communication to procure a minor and unlawful transaction of an illegal sex act with a minor.Autho
Ky. jail emergency - Middlesboro Daily News
Kentucky has a crisis on its hands in the form of jail overcrowding and it’s not going to get better anytime soon.In our Sunday section front package, Focus on Jails, we talked in-depth with jailers in Greenup and Carter counties. There were two particularly striking facts to be found in these stori
Laurel County deputy, K-9 decontaminated after suspect's fentanyl found in cruiser
LONDON, Ky. (WKYT) -A hazardous materials team decontaminated a Laurel County deputy and a K-9 after the deputy discovered fentanyl in the backseat of his cruiser.The deputy says he arrested two suspects and took them to jail. As he was heading to another call, he noticed the powerful opiate in his
Update: Missing Bell County woman's family increase reward, continue to search
"We go check it out, or try to anyway, every tip that we get. Most of them we just end up with nothing. But, somebody is going to call and give us a tip and it s going to show us exactly where she is at," says Richard Dalloway, Family of Jessica Caldwell.
Explosives found in Whitley County home where 19-year-old found dead
CORBIN, Ky. (WKYT) --Investigators say they found explosives at a home where a 19-year-old appeared to have accidentally shot and killed himself Saturday.The coroner's office identified the man as James King.Kentucky State Police say King likely died from a self-inflicted accidental gunshot wound at
Hobo’s house cleaning tips - Middlesboro Daily News
Hobo’s idea of house cleaning is watching me do all the work. I do give him credit for watching my every move at least most of the time he watches enthusiastically. I seldom get upset with messes animals make — I take it in stride knowing messes come with life. Dogs, cats, horses, and even humans ma
Corbin firefighters use rope rescue to lift injured man – The News Journal
Corbin firefighters were able to put recent rope rescue training and the city’s ladder truck to good use Wednesday morning after a homeless man, who was apparently living under the Center Street Bridge, suffered some type of injury.
Bulldogs tabbed to place fourth in AAC play - Middlesboro Daily News
ASHEVILLE, N.C. — The Union College men’s soccer team is picked to finish fourth in the chase for the 2018 Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) men’s soccer championship, according to the coaches’ poll released Friday.Union finished 11-8-1 overall, advancing to the championship game in the AAC Tour
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Another stab at prognostication perfection - Harlan Daily
For over 30 football seasons and counting, this is one of the most difficult columns I write each year as I attempt prognostication perfection, giving readers my thoughts on what to expect in the upcoming season while taking a stab at records for each team.When I was making predictions on four teams
Pineville council addresses farmers’ market - Middlesboro Daily News
Robbins would like to create a market specific to Pineville, where vendors can sell wholesale to the public where they could provide seasonal goods to the public such as Christmas trees, flowers and other items.
Traffic at new Corbin Middle School snarls Master, Main Street Monday – The News Journal
In addition, while many drivers elected to use the alternate exit that comes out on Roy Kidd Ave., Cox said a significant number attempted to get back onto Master Street at Hamlin Ave.
Pharmacists offer counseling for prescriptions to avoid addiction
BARBOURVILLE, Ky. (WYMT) -The drug epidemic continues to affect people across the region and Knox Professional Pharmacy is just one business hoping to address the problem before any medications leave the pharmacy.These pharmacists say counseling might only raise awareness for now but educating patie
Daughters of Union honors Civil War ancestors
The National Society of the Daughters of the Union, Wilbur T. Lanphierd Chapter contributes annually to Lincoln Memorial University, a private four-year co-educational liberal arts college located in Harrogate, Tennessee. This summer, in addition to the chapter's contribution, four members of the W.
Local police officers honored - Harlan Daily
The Kentucky Office of Highway Safety (KOHS) honored officers from 114 law enforcement agencies across the state for their work to increase the use of seat belts and child restraints in motor vehicles, including officers at the Harlan City Police Department, the Loyall City Police Department and Ken
Work begins on collapsed road in Williamsburg
If weather permits, the road is expected to be repaired in five to seven days, though Harrison said he believes it could be finished sooner. | Photo by Timothy Wyatt
Web design seminar slated for Aug. 20 - Middlesboro Daily News
Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College, along with Selling 2 the World, continue to spearhead professional growth within the community.Selling to the World is a local organization whose goal is to provide knowledge and skills to people who wish to start a business. It focuses on teaching