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W'burg man sentenced to seven years in prison for abusing child

  A Williamsburg man who had admitted to abusing his 5-year-old daughter was sentenced Friday to seven years in prison.

Husband of daycare owner accused of abusing child charged with intimidating witness in the case

  The husband of a local day care owner accused of abusing a 2-year-old child has pleaded not guilty to threatening an employee at the facility.

Jury gives Williamsburg man five years in prison for killing uncle in hunting accident

After the two-day trial of William "Willie" Sulfridge ended early Friday evening with a jury recommending a five-year prison sentence in connection with the death of his uncle, Russell Meadors, both sides could readily agree on one thing — the five-year wait to bring the case to justice had been the worst part of it.

Republican candidates for governor speak at Fifth District Lincoln Day Banquet

All four candidates seeking the Republican nomination for governor in next month's May Primary election had three things in common or that they could agree upon when they addressed the 77th Annual Fifth District Lincoln Day Banquet Saturday nigh

Couch hired to be next Williamsburg Schools Principal

Williamsburg Independent School's next principal is one of its former principals.

Whitley Sheriff's deputies to receive new body armor

Whitley County’s 16 sheriff’s deputies will soon be receiving new body armor.

UPDATED: Two Whitley County students arrested in connection with internet gun threat at Whitley County Middle/High School campus

Two teenagers have been arrested and are facing multiple charges over an alleged threat that resulted in the lockdowns of all schools on the Whitley County central campus and Williamsburg Independent School Thursday morning.

Teen killed by train was camping out in the area

  A 17-year-old who was hit and killed by a train Saturday morning in the Lily community was camping out in the area.

'Wildbots' robotics team going to world competition

  The world is waiting on the Kentucky Wildbots.

Improved energy efficiency saves Whitley County BOE over $90,000

  The Whitley County school district saved over $90,000 in 2014 on its energy usage thanks to a guaranteed energy savings contract that the district entered in 2013 with CMTA Energy Solutions.