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Paul selected as Whitley County Schools Superintendent

The Whitley County Board of Education has selected a new superintendent for the first time in nearly two decades.

Posted On 19 May 2010

World Equestrian Games promotion tour swings through Whitley County

Media Specialist J. Patrick Stipes speaks about the World Equestrian Games in...

Posted On 14 May 2010

Final suspect in murder of elderly Williamsburg woman surrenders to police

Patricia C. Lawson

A Williamsburg woman surrendered to police Wednesday...

Posted On 13 May 2010

ONLINE ONLY: Williamsburg City Council votes to tighten rules on pawn shops

Williamsburg pawn shops will soon be required to have working security cameras on site and will have to upload data about purchases to a website within 24 hours of making it that police can have access thanks to a proposed city ordinance.

Posted On 12 May 2010

UPDATE: Whitley Deputy Jailer arrested for drunk driving

A Whitley County Deputy Jailer is facing a drunk driving charge after being...

Posted On 10 May 2010

Most UofC students arrested in campus roundup out of jail; all 10 plead not guilty

Six of the 10 University of the Cumberlands students arrested Wednesday morning for allegedly trafficking drugs on campus are now free on bond from the Whitley County Detention Center.

Posted On 09 May 2010

Students arrested in drug roundup at University of the Cumberlands

Some University of the Cumberlands students had a lot more to worry about Wednesday morning...

Posted On 05 May 2010

Pain pill ringleader sentenced to 15 years in prison

Circuit Judge Dan Ballou sentenced the ringleader of an alleged prescription drug ring to 15 years in prison Monday afternoon, and has scheduled a Sept. 15 trial date for the eight remaining defendants in the case.

Posted On 05 May 2010

ONLINE ONLY: Juror ponders vote change following guilty verdict in sex abuse trial

An eight-woman, four-man Whitley Circuit Court Jury recommended a one-year prison sentence for a Corbin man Thursday afternoon after convicting him for allegedly sexually abusing a 12-year-old girl in late 2008.

Posted On 28 Apr 2010

EXTRA CONTENT: Open records request reveals new details in Whitley 911 investigation

Racial slurs, profanity and a woman referring to herself as "the devil."

Posted On 28 Apr 2010