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Williamsburg Police catch wanted fugitive in his Hannah Montana pajamas

Williamsburg police captured a wanted fugitive allegedly wearing his Hannah Montana pajamas late Thursday afternoon, authorities said.

Posted On 05 Nov 2009

Eight arrested by Laurel Sheriff’s Deputies during early morning drug roundup

Eight people from southern Laurel County and elsewhere were arrested early Wednesday morning during a drug roundup by deputies from the Laurel County Sheriff's Department.

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Police arrest Manchester man for mobile meth lab at Corbin Kroger

A Manchester man is in custody today after police caught him with a mobile...

Tamburitzans of Duquesne University

The Tamburitzans of Duquesne University, an Eastern European Folk...

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Corbin public art project

See exclusive video of the unveiling of Corbin's public art...

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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Corbin public art project revealed

After two years of planning and behind-the-scenes work, the city of...

STATE CHAMPS

 Jake Coppock and Tanner Powers ran for a combined 350 yards to lead the Corbin Middle School Seventh grade to a 36-14 win over the Lone Oak Purple Flash in the championship game of the Kentucky Middle School State Playoffs at Lexington Catholic High School...

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JUST A DETOUR

 With the Corbin Redhounds leading #1 Class A foe, Lexington Christian 14-7 at the half, Coach Steve Jewell warned his team they were going to score some points in the second half.

And with the help of some turnovers the...

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Q/A – Williamsburg’s Dusty Brown

 Williamsburg senior Dusty Brown tops the list of receivers in Class A football with 1,132 yards on 73 catches. He has eight touchdowns going into the KHSAA playoffs. Brown discussed football with Sports Editor Jim McAlister Monday afternoon. He is that question and...

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MOSES TOO MUCH FOR PINEVILLE

Round One of the high school playoffs for Williamsburg starts with the Ashland Fairview Eagles. The Eagles will come to Findlay-Legion Field with a 7-3 record having only lost to East Carter (16-13), Raceland (14-6) and Lexington...

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