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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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BREAKING RECORDS

When Stephanie McCullah was in middle school she looked forward to playing high school basketball for coach Larry Anderson.
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All “A” Regional

The Lynn Camp Wildcats saw its bid to the All "A" State Tournament shot down by the Pineville Mountain Lions Monday night at LCHS.
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Corbin Rolls

The Corbin Redhounds and Williamsburg Yellow Jackets were big winners in Friday night action.
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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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Though indicted, Nighbert still likely to testify in lingering cases, prosecutor says

Whitley Commonwealth's Attorney Allen Trimble said he still anticipates having former Williamsburg Police Officer Brad Nighbert available as a witness in upcoming trials where Nighbert was an investig
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Looking Back

Senior Redhound point guard Josh Hamlin neatly dropped in a 20-footer at the buzzer to beat a good Adair County team on Saturday night in an exciting finish to a game that was close throughout.
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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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Former Sheriff H.D. Moses laid to rest Sunday in Emlyn

Dozens of police, fire, and emergency service vehicles led the funeral procession for former Williamsburg Police Chief, jailer, and four-term sheriff H.D.
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Looking Back

I spent a very enjoyable Friday evening of basketball this past week at the Redhounds game with Whitley County.
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