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Elite Eight

The Williamsburg Yellow Jackets wasn't going to be denied a trip to Lexington's Applebee's Park.
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Lady Mountaineer

Natosha Roberts, a senior at Williamsburg High School, signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Berea College. Roberts was the Lady Jackets leading scorer last year.
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City leaders taking wait, see approach on tax issue

While Whitley County officials weigh the option of voting in a payroll tax to help ease budget woes, leaders from the county's two cities say they are in wait-and-see mode. According to state laws, Co
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Christian Bowling and Tim Cox

Timothy George Cox and Christian Kay Bowling said their nuptials on May 7, 2005. Tim is the son of Johnny and Leotta Cox of Harps Creek.
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Payroll tax may be on the horizon

Whitley County Fiscal Court members got plenty of news about the county's budget deficit during a special called meeting Thursday morning, and the bottom line is that none of it is good. In order to m
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Hot Area

In the last two years Cumberland College has been on a rampage, signing student-athletes from the tri-county area.
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Renovations planned at courthouse

The fiscal court gave approval for a plan Tuesday morning to remodel the district courtroom in Williamsburg. Circuit Court Clerk Gary Barton said that the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) wou
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Jackets win

How even can two teams be?
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Fiscal court facing $673,000 deficit

The Whitley County Fiscal Court could be looking at either levying a payroll tax, layoffs of county employees, or other cutbacks when they meet in special session Monday morning to consider how to dea
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Same Result

How even can two teams be?
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