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Whitley Sweeps Jackets

The Corbin Redhounds fell under the .500 mark at 2-3 on the season in a road loss to the North Laurel Jaguars Tuesday night, losing 78-71. The Redhounds stayed right on the heels of the Jaguars in the
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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Road Loss

The Corbin Redhounds fell under the .500 mark at 2-3 on the season in a road loss to the North Laurel Jaguars Tuesday night, losing 78-71. The Redhounds stayed right on the heels of the Jaguars in the
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Whitley Sweep Jackets

The Whitley County Lady Colonels pulled away from the Williamsburg Lady Yellow Jackets in the final quarter to win at Williamsburg High School Tuesday night, 53-45. The Lady Colonels eased out to a 9-
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Three local bingo charities have licenses suspended

Three Corbin-based bingo charities are under scrutiny by the Kentucky Office of Charitable Gaming, and state officials say organizers of the charities may have broken state laws. Officials issued emer
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Man linked to four other off-track robberies

A man who robbed Corbin's Off-Track Betting parlor last Friday has now been linked to almost identical robberies over the last year and a half in two other states, authorities say. On Friday, Dec .
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All-District Team

The Williamsburg Yellow Jackets reaped the benefits of an outstanding year on the grid-iron when the 2004 Region IV, District 7, All-District Team was announced today. Coach Jim Black, who led the Yel
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Nearly 50 have complied in Corbin crackdown on junk cars

About 50 residents have complied with a recent citywide crackdown on junk cars, Corbin city officials say, and more are being notified of the problem every week. City police began last month issuing c
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Man arrested for nearly hitting officers in chase

A Whitley County man was jailed early Monday morning after a wild police chase that started in north Corbin and ended in Woodbine. Dustin R.
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Corbin schools to get new fiber-optic network

Corbin School Board officials agreed last week to a $109,000 project that would link all the district's schools together on a high-speed fiber optic network. The unanimous vote came during the regular
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State-of-the art cineplex scheduled to open Friday

On the verge of opening the largest motion picture cinema in the tri-county area's history, Corbin's Greg and Suzie Rasmus still manage moments now and again to revel in the moment. "We're excited," S
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