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Woman allegedly kicks boyfriend as he lay bleeding along roadway

A Whitley district judge will decide next month whether a grand jury should hear evidence that a Corbin woman allegedly kicked her boyfriend while he was lying on the ground bleeding after jumping out
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Fake hoops league used to scam businesses

Police are searching for a man who has allegedly scammed local businesses out of thousands of dollars in recent weeks by selling them sponsorships to a fictitious adult basketball league. Authorities
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Man gets 20 years for wild chase, escape

Judge Paul Braden will likely sentence a Salyersville man to 20 years in prison next month for leading Corbin police on a high speed chase last year that resulted in one officer being injured and then
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Sodomy trial begins for former band director

A Whitley Circuit Court Jury didn't hear a former Corbin and Whitesburg band director admit to sodomizing a 14-year-old male band student while on trips to a band competition in Williamsburg in 2002 a
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Looking Back

The Cumberland Falls Tournament of 2006 is now history as a young team out of the 15th region claimed Championship honors.
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WHITLEY WINS

The Williamsburg Yellow Jackets lost to the Cumberland Redskins in the quarterfinals of the 13th Region All "A" Classic while the Corbin Redhounds put a scare into 13th region favorite, South Laurel b
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Legal troubles mount for Corbin business owner

A federal judge ordered a Corbin businessman to pay over $90,000 to a subsidiary of a large, international computer company earlier this month - the latest in a host of legal entanglements plaguing th
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Company buys second round of property tax bills

If you owe delinquent property taxes in Whitley County, then you might want to hurry down to the Whitley County Clerk's Office. For the second time this month, a Dallas company has purchased more than
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50 years later, flood lingers in the memory of its victims

Corbin resident Barthelia Chavis sorted through an old cedar armoire last week, rearranging some clothing.
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Jury will hear audiotapes of Pike, alleged victim

A Whitley County Circuit Court Jury will be permitted to hear taped-recorded conversations next week between a former Corbin band director and the boy he allegedly sodomized while on a band trip to Wi
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