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Wildcats head to South Floyd

The tables have been turned on the Lynn Camp Wildcats. Last season the South Floyd Raiders came into Lynn Camp and were defeated 47-20.
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10-0 Baby!!!

Experience pays off. Just ask Williamsburg coach Jim Black or any member of the Yellow Jackets football team.
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Mission accomplished

Experience pays off. Just ask Williamsburg coach Jim Black or any member of the Yellow Jackets football team.
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Calling the Shots

Another high school season is over, where did the weeks go.
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Road Loss

Playing without seniors Amanda Smith and Tammy Branham, the Lynn Camp Lady 'Cats were outsized in its season opener at Cumberland Monday night.
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Man comes out of shower to find his home burning

Jeff Newman got a rude wake up call late Tuesday morning as he was taking a shower. Newman heard crackling, and thought somebody might be coming in the house.
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Lady Hounds lose opener

After losing to Louisville Christian by 14 points in a scrimmage, Rockcastle County coach Christi Noble dared her team to play that bad in the season opener against Corbin Monday night. "We ran for ab
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Hidden meth found in contact lens solution bottle at Whitley Jail

Four people are being charged in connection with a plot to smuggle methamphetamine into the Whitley County Detention Center. About 1 p.m.
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Amber Alert ends in Whitley County

A Nancy man, who took a 12-year-old girl out of school in Somerset Monday triggering a statewide Amber Alert before being caught in Whitley County, has been charged with rape. Pulaski County Sheriff's
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The Ride Ends

The Corbin Redhounds saw their season come to an end three yards short of the end zone Friday night in a 34-33 loss to the Owensboro Catholic Aces. Trailing 34-27 after a late Catholic touchdown, the
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