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Mudslide blocks local road for three days

Whitley County officials hope they have corrected the cause of a mudslide on Ky.
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Corbin pharmacy robbed at gunpoint

Two New Jersey men who robbed a downtown Corbin pharmacy at gunpoint Tuesday evening were captured in dramatic fashion shortly after committing the crime. John P.
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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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BRMC is first state hospital to purchase new CT scanner

Baptist Regional Medical Center in Corbin announced Tuesday that it is the first Kentucky hospital to purchase and install a state-of-the-art 40-slice Brilliance Computed Tomography (CT) scanner. The
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911, EMS pay raises put off until mid-January

When talking about the issue of employee pay raises for 911 dispatchers and Whitley County EMS workers last month, Whitley County Fiscal Court members encouraged the employees to have patience as they
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Corbin stops DeSales

Runningback Josh Ware had hoped for a big night againt the Louisville DeSales Colts.
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Forcht takes top honors at Industrial Banquet

Business, government and educational leaders gathered last week to celebrate the continued industrial growth in Corbin and surrounding areas at the 40th Annual Industrial Appreciation Banquet. Held Th
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Four-year-old dies in Corbin crash

A traffic crash at the intersection of US 25 E and the Corbin Bypass Thursday resulted in the death of a four-year-old passenger of one of the vehicles involved. Police say Zoie Alridge, the child kil
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Faith-based drug program likely to locate in Whitley

Joshua Castle Coots was the son of a Pentacostal minister, who got hooked on drugs, and later died from health problems related to his one-time addiction, even though he had been clean for several yea
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