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W’burg IT company lays off 80

About 80 workers at a Williamsburg business are without a job after being laid off last week, but city leaders caution that the layoffs might only be temporary.

Posted On 26 Nov 2008
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Corbin students nabbed for drug swapping

Police took three Corbin High School students into custody Tuesday after they were caught swapping prescription pills with one another.

Posted On 26 Nov 2008
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Corbin leaders want public input on recreation

Corbin city leaders say they want public input and ideas for improved local recreation facilities, and plan to create public surveys regarding the issue in the near future.

Posted On 26 Nov 2008
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Minister’s 1,200 prayer walk goes through Whitley

It took a leap of faith of sorts for a Kentucky preacher to start what he hopes will be a journey of over 1,000 miles that takes him across the perimeter of the state praying as he goes.

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Carbon monoxide poisoning trial underway

Sixteen present and former employees of Wal-Mart Distribution Center 6097 in London are asking a federal jury to award them millions of dollars in damages after they allegedly suffered carbon monox

Posted On 26 Nov 2008
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Alleged ‘hacker’ now faces federal charges

A University of the Cumberlands student, who was already facing several local computer related criminal charges, is now in federal hot water over child pornography that authorities say they found o

Posted On 26 Nov 2008
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EKU holds forum to discuss area’s needs

A host of community officials, businessmen and educators, including representatives from all over the Tri-County were on hand at the Corbin Technology Center to take part in a Community Focus Forum

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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Forcht speaks to Business Conference about “Pathway to Wealth”

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