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Police now think they know Wal-Mart robber’s name

Williamsburg police believe they may have positively identified a man arrested on Labor Day for robbery at Walmart.

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Victim’s mother to Judge: Don’t let Garner go

Tammy Sue Haas will never be able to talk with her daughter, Cindy, again. She should have a one-year-old grandson named Nathan to play with and spoil rotten, but he was never born.

Posted On 11 Sep 2008
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Firefighter had ‘hit list,’ said he’d shoot co-workers

A Corbin firefighter abruptly resigned his position Monday, under fire from supervisors and city leaders who claim he threatened to kill two co-workers in late August, and told others that he had a

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Former inmate files suit against jail

A former inmate at the Whitley County Detention Center is suing the county Jailer and the jail's "medical director" for $20 million claiming he was denied medical attention during his incarceration

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Soldier laid to rest

A sea of red, white and blue greeted the friends and family of Sgt.

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Who made all these rules for the Internet?

If you've stumbled by this site just by chance, DON'T FREAK OUT!

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Corbin raccoon invasion almost like a horror movie

It is almost like a scene from a horror movie. Raccoons invade downtown and destroy offices. Office workers are afraid to bring their lunches to work for fear a raccoon may pounce upon them.

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Letters to the Editor for Sept. 10, 2008

Americans need to be prepared for emergencies

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