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Corbin Library announces summer programs

On the courts and athletic fields, local schools often compete against each other, but the Corbin Public Library has issued a challenge to that will require them to work together this summer — if students can collectively check out 3,000 books over the summer, the...

Posted On 26 May 2009
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EXTRA CONTENT: W’burg Police Chief responds to lawsuit; calls allegations ‘silly’

A former Williamsburg Police Chief, who was named in a recent federal court lawsuit alleging that he helped another officer violate a Jellico woman's civil rights last year, wasn't even on duty when the incident happened, according to current Williamsburg Police Chief Wayne...

Posted On 26 May 2009

Coal company helping Whitley Schools build soccer fields

A local coal company is helping the Whitley County school district kick off its new soccer program with some free labor.
With the use of some of their contract miners, Teco Coal is helping build the district's new soccer complex adjacent to Whitley Central Intermediate...

Posted On 26 May 2009

Williamsburg spends $14,000 to improve downtown

About $14,000 has been spent recently sprucing up downtown Williamsburg thanks in large part to the Williamsburg Main Street program and local governments.

Posted On 26 May 2009

Valentine’s Day arsonist admits guilt

A Revelo man, who set a vehicle on fire next to a Lot Mud Creek home on Valentine's Day, has agreed to spend the next decade behind bars.

Posted On 26 May 2009

Three injured in Tuesday crashes

Kentucky State Police dealt with two single vehicle crashes yesterday. Three people were injured and alcohol may be factor in one of the wrecks.

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ONLY ONLINE: Accused murderer demands case go before grand jury

At his own request, the case of accused murderer Daniel Grubb is headed to the Knox County Grand Jury. During a preliminary hearing held Tuesday in Knox District...

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Mr. Molecule visits Central Elementary

Mr. Molecule puts on a zany, high-energy show recently for students...

Letters to the Editor for 5-27-09

To the Editor:

On behalf of the Video Production’s class at Whitley County High School, I would like to extend my appreciation to all volunteers, civic leaders, emergency personnel, and Whitley County High School faculty and staff for working with my class...

Posted On 26 May 2009
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It was the best vacation, it was the worst vacation

The average rainfall for the month of May in central Florida is 3.4 inches. It rained that much in the first few hours last week after we arrived for our vacation. As a matter of fact it rained every day. By the time we left Florida the rain had totaled as much as 25 inches,...

Posted On 26 May 2009
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