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 Freshman Zach Mills and sophomore Austin Ysidro combined for 351 yards as Whitley County crushed Letcher Central in Whitesburg Friday night, 55-19.

Posted On 24 Oct 2012
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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Disorder in the Court

Lawyers are always getting a bad rap. And sometimes they deserve it.

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Keisling visits hometown to promote latest novel

For the first time this year, Kentucky native and author Todd Keisling will visit his hometown in promotion of his latest novel, The Liminal Man (Precipice Books, October 2012).

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Electronic Edition for 10-24-12

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Significant job losses expected at W’burg CSC facility

The loss of a lucrative government contract has Williamsburg leaders concerned that a large local employer may shut down entirely in the very near future.

Corbin man arrested in London for indecent exposure

London Police say they still don't know why 52-year-old Ricky Lovins of Corbin was lying in the grass near the intersection of U.S. 25 and the Hal Rogers Pkwy. with his penis exposed.

Corbin’s Doolin named state’s best teacher

For Corbin's Kristal Doolin, the road to being named the 2012 Kentucky Teacher of the Year began one weekend on the back roads of Missouri - a promise being fulfilled by her father

Lawsuit filed over 2011 logging death

A Whitley County woman and her minor daughter are suing a local logging company for negligence in the 2011 death of her husband.

Posted On 24 Oct 2012