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Three men who escaped Sunday back behind bars

Three men, who escaped from the Whitley County Jail on the day after Christmas, are back behind bars. Gregory Chance, 32, of London, Billy Joe Dople, 29, of Siler, and Ronald Reams, 26, of London, rep
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Taylor: new jail has serious deficiencies

While the Whitley County Jail may have officially opened in August, this doesn't mean that all the construction work was done at the time or that everything was in working order, according to Whitley
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Mannings celebrate Golden Anniversary

Henry and Frances Manning of Williamsburg celebrated their 50th anniversary on December 17, 2004 with family and friends at the Cumberland Free Will Baptist Church.
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Merry Christmas to All

Merry Christmas everyone!
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Merry Christmas to All

Merry Christmas everyone!
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Colonels lost two straight

The Whitley County Colonels dropped a pair of ballgames last week, losing to the Barbourville Tigers Friday night, 55-52 and to Campbell County the night before, 65-53. In the loss to the Tigers, the
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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Lynn Camp holds off Jackets

The Lynn Camp Wildcats held off the Williamsburg Yellow Jackets Tuesday night to win on the road, 77-73. The win was Lynn Camp's sixth in a row dating back to December 11 when the streak started agai
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Whitley girls fall

Whitley County coach Larry Anderson felt his team gave up too many easy shots in the fourth quarter as Garrard County took a game from the Lady Colonels, 48-44. Junior center Kayla Haynes and sophomor
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Corbin Takes 2nd

The Corbin Lady Redhounds held off a rally by the Lexington Dunbar Lady Bulldogs to become the only non-Lexington area team in the final four of the Berea Holiday Classic Monday night.
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Lady Redhounds take 2nd

The Corbin Lady Redhounds held off a rally by the Lexington Dunbar Lady Bulldogs to become the only non-Lexington area team in the final four of the Berea Holiday Classic Monday night.
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