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Our new look

Welcome to our new look! We are still working on it, but the major part is finished. Here you will be in touch with local news 24/7. Thanks for viewing and keep watching this site.
Posted On 08 Apr 2009
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Our New Look

Welcome to our new look. We still have work to do so be patient. Here you will find news 24/7. You are never out of reach.
Posted On 08 Apr 2009
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Letters to the Editor for 4-8-09

To the Editor: April has again been recognized as Donate Life Month nationally and here in Kentucky. I feel that this is a good time to thank the many Whitley Countians who have supported organ and tissue donation at our drivers license counter by donating $1 in support of our...
Posted On 08 Apr 2009
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Readers respond with ideas to make The Arena a better place

Last week in this column I heaped praise and compliments on The Arena and deservedly so. I mentioned only one complaint and that was the noise from the concourse area during the Gaither concert.

Posted On 08 Apr 2009
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Old Williamsburg going by the wayside with new projects

If you haven't walked or driven down the streets of Williamsburg lately, then you probably ought to stop and take a look at how things were while you still have the chance

Posted On 08 Apr 2009

Working out the kinks

As you can see, our new website is a little rough right now. Some features aren’t working properly and others are inaccessible. That’s the Internet for you! Never fear, we are working feverishly behind the scenes to get things up to scratch. We are so excited about...
Posted On 08 Apr 2009
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Corbin woman says she doesn’t regret solo protest against circus

A planned protest against Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey circus opening night performance in Corbin didn't materialize as first expected, but one local woman said she is glad she decided to go it alone anyway.

Police warn of scam artists in south Whitley

Law enforcement agencies are warning the public to be on the lookout for scam artists, who so far have been targeting elderly people in southern Whitley County. Constable Jim Thornton said police are looking for three men with medium builds, who are believed to be between 30 and...
Posted On 08 Apr 2009

Local school officials sound positive note on CATS changes

Local school officials seem generally positive about changes in the state’s Commonwealth Accountability Testing System Senate Bill 1, which was signed into law by Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear last month, basically scraps the current CATS test in favor of a new test for...
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