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Former Whitley Sheriff sentenced to 15 and a half years in prison

Former Whitley County Sheriff Lawrence Hodge will call a prison cell home for the foreseeable future.

Posted On 28 Sep 2011

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Williams makes stops in Corbin, Williamsburg to push new economic plan

Kentucky's Republican candidate for governor made several local stops Tuesday touting his bold and sweeping plan to improve Kentucky's economy and create more jobs.

Whitley Schools make the grade in recent No Child Left Behind report

Whitley County's largest public school district was the only one to reach all its goals in the increasingly tougher No Child Left Behind federal accountability assessment, released by the Kentucky Department of Education Tuesday.

World War II vet returns to Jellico 67 years after surviving train crash

WWII Army veteran Clarence Eckstein's visit to Jellico Friday morning was remarkably different than his first stop in the town 67 years ago during the second worst stateside military disaster of WWII.

Posted On 28 Sep 2011

Whitley teacher creates ‘agritourism’ with local pumpkin farm

It's in the heat of July when her muscles are aching and the heat is unbearable that Jill Leach questions whether her decision to start a pumpkin farm two years ago, almost on a whim, was a good one.