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12 alleged drug dealers snagged in early morning roundup

Some alleged Whitley County drug dealers got an early morning wake-up call Wednesday as police from the Whitley County Sheriff's Department, Williamsburg Police Department and Kentucky State Police came knocking on their doors before dawn with arrest warrants.

Posted On 11 Apr 2012

Bena Mae’s Kitchen: From here to Timbuktoo

Pardon my French, but it’s a pain in the hiney to try to discuss a billing problem over the phone these days.

Posted On 11 Apr 2012
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Laurel Lake Cleanup set for April 21

On Saturday, April 21 the annual Laurel Lake Cleanup will take place at the Laurel River Dam from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The beach at the dam will serve as the event staging area.

Posted On 11 Apr 2012
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Electronic Edition for 4-11-12

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Posted On 11 Apr 2012
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EXTRA CONTENT: New liquor ordinance will allow Sunday sales in Corbin

Package liquor sales are coming to Corbin as soon as June. Coming sooner is alcohol sales on Sunday.

Jury rules company stole Whitley man’s natural gas, awards $218,000 judgment

A Whitley County man -initially sued a decade ago by a Columbus, OH based natural gas company for shutting of gas wells on his Woodbine property - managed to turn the tables in Whitley Circuit Court last week.

Hundreds needed for game scenes in ’23 Blast’ movie; stars in town for filming

Filmmakers are hoping to fill the seats at Corbin's Campbell field Saturday for scenes in a movie based on the life of former local football player Travis Freeman, who went blind while in middle school but was able to play for the Redhound varsity team at age 17.

Posted On 11 Apr 2012
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Six honored at GOP’s annual Lincoln Day Banquent in Corbin

Hundreds of GOP faithful gathered in Corbin Saturday night to honor six area residents, who have made significant contributions to the Republican party and to energize the Republican base for the upcoming presidential election this fall.

Posted On 11 Apr 2012