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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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Applebee’s signs contract to purchase south Corbin land

A local businessman confirmed this week that national restaurant chain Applebee's has signed a contract to purchase land in south Corbin, and he is hopeful the deal can be finalized by mid-March. Real
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LOOKING BACK

The red-hot Corbin Redhounds came out firing against Jackson County and put away the Generals, 84-67. Freshman Madison Johnson burned the nets for 19 points followed by Josh Crawford and Deke Barley w
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Stolen car found submerged near 312 boat ramp Tuesday

Police aren't sure who ditched a $10,000 Ford Mustang, found Tuesday submerged about 25 feet offshore in Laurel River Lake near Corbin, but say the vehicle was stolen in Indiana in late December. The
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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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Looking Back

The Corbin Redhounds have many faithful fans. You have Baker Reasor, Henry "Buddy" Martin, Winston Phipps, George Carter and I am sure I am leaving out a multitude of others.
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HEAD OF THE CLASS

Where has it gone?
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COLONELS WIN

The Whitley County Lady Colonels snapped a two-game losing skid with an easy win over the Lynn Camp Lady Cats last week at Lawson Gym. Whitley County (14-7) ran out to an 18-0 lead before Lynn Camp's
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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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Police look at possible connection between Corbin, Tenn. robberies

When a man walked into Falls Road Pharmacy a few minutes after noon Monday, clerks at the store were confused by his request to fill a small sack with two types of popular prescription painkillers. Bu
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