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Corbin man accepts plea deal in child porn case

A Corbin man who was arrested last year after police discovered child pornography on his computer accepted a plea agreement in the case from federal prosecutors Tuesday.
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HOT SHOTS

Despite losing their first three Mid-South Conference games, the University of the Cumberlands are still the top three point shooting team in the country.
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Mayor: US 25 road project is on schedule

Efforts to widen US25W between the post office and entrance to Williamsburg are on schedule or at least the new schedule anyway. Williamsburg Mayor Roddy Harrison told the Williamsburg Kiwanis Club Th
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State police open cockfighting investigation

Kentucky State Police say they have opened an investigation into a huge cockfighting arena at "Sally Gap" near Williamsburg in response to a recent report by the Humane Society of the United States ab
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LADY COLONELS

There was no stopping 6-2 junior Amanda Brimm last night as the Whitley County Lady Colonels defeated the Knox Central Lady Panthers, 61-55 at Lawson Gym. It wasn't an easy win for coach Larry Anderso
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Teen runs from court, jumps into freezing river

Local officials had an anxious 17 minutes Tuesday afternoon after a teenager ran off from Whitley District Court and jumped into the Cumberland River in Williamsburg. About a dozen law enforcement off
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Wilson, well liked Methodist pastor, dies early Sunday

Ward Wilson died Sunday with a smile on his face doing something he loved. About 8:30 a.m., his wife, Marti, found Wilson sitting at his desk with his bible open preparing his message for Sunday morni
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CSX puts brakes on annexation proposal

A plan to annex most of CSX railroad property into the city of Corbin has been put on hold as the company withdrew an annexation request in order to study the issue further. Corbin City Manager Bill E
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Kiwanis donates $10,000 for playground equipment at Williamburg park

Mayor Roddy Harrison and Tourism Director Alvin Sharpe were on hand Thursday at the Williamsburg Kiwanis Club meeting to accept a $10,000 donation from the group to pay for playground equipment at a c
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