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When they last met the South Laurel Lady Cardinals came from behind in the fourth quarter and forced an overtime to beat the Whitley County Lady Colonels.
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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Auditors: Corbin leaders must deal with pension fund shortage

Though receiving encouraging financial news Monday with through its annual audit, members of the Corbin City Commission may have to deal with an aging and chronically under funded pension fund for pol
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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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
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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Texas company snatches up over $130,000 in tax bills

A Dallas, Texas based company has bought $130,344 in delinquent property tax bills from the Whitley County Clerk's Office. Clerk Kay Schwartz said Tuesday afternoon that she received a check from Tax
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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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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Rebecca Henderson and Travis Rains

The parents of Rebecca Henderson and Travis Rains are pleased to announce their engagement. Rebecca Marie is the daughter of Lloyd and Peggy Henderson of Williamsburg.
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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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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Lady Colonels

Whitley County completed the Boyle County Invitational last week with a 2-2 record. Coach Larry Anderson didn't feel his team played its best basketball.
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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Corbin takes fourth

The Corbin Redhounds finished fourth in the 20th Annual Cumberland Falls Invitational, beating Byrnes, South Carolina, 76-64. The Redhounds just off a third place finish in the Marlins Holiday Classic
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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Corbin annexing CSX

Corbin city leaders voted last week to begin the process of annexing all of the local CSX Transportation railway property, a move they say is the largest in recent history, and likely the most signifi
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