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The basketball wars heatup with the chill of January.
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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Redskins top W-Burg

With just under three minutes in its 13th Region All "A" championship game at Oneida Baptist against the Cumberland Redskins, the Williamsburg Lady Jackets looked to be headed to their first-ever appe
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Girls High School Round-Up

As radio commentator Stan Lovitt would say, Williamsburg senior Tosha Roberts came to play Saturday when the Lady Jackets took on the Cumberland Lady Skins.
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Williamsburg man, two children die in Florida traffic crash

A traffic accident in Florida claimed the life of a Williamsburg businessman and his two young children early Monday morning. Wesley Chapman, 28, and his two children, Auston, 7, and Isabelle, 4, died
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The top 10 events of 2004

2004 was a year that brought great change to Whitley County and the surrounding area as new businesses opened, prayers were answered with a local child surviving serious illnesses, and a local manufac
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Six indicted for using checks stolen from Whitley County Jail

Six McCreary County residents and an Oneida, Tenn., woman have been indicted in connection with stolen checks taken from the Whitley County Jail. On Nov.
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Corbin wins in first-round

The Corbin Redhounds will take on the Fleming County Panthers in the semifinal round of the Cumberland Falls Invitational after edging the Hilton Head Seahawks, 83-79 Monday night at Gilliam Gym. Sen
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Corbin woman dies after crash with drunk driver

A Corbin woman is dead, and a Williamsburg man is fighting for his life after being hit head on by a drunk driver in Georgia on Christmas Eve. Marvin Keith Smith, 50, of Williamsburg, is in critical c
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New Jersey men may be linked to other robberies

Police say two New Jersey men accused of robbing a downtown Corbin drug store last Tuesday are also suspects in numerous similar incidents. John P.
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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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