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Lawsuit claims Corbin mayor candidate not qualified to seek office

A local resident is questioning the legitimacy of a Corbin mayoral candidate, and the issue is to be settled in court in the near future. A lawsuit, filed Monday in Whitley Circuit Court, claims Corbi
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Drunken wrecks in two towns caused by single driver, police say

A Covington man was arrested and jailed Sunday after a drunken drive that resulted in two injury accidents within an hour. Martin W.
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NO HITTER

Adam Walker, a senior from Oak Ridge, Tennessee and transfer from Clemson University, threw a no-hitter against the Campbellsville Tigers, Sunday in Mid-South Conference action at the University of th
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Miranda Ramsey and Dane May

Mr. and Mrs. Roy L.
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Vote on alcohol sales in W’burg set for May 16

At least 608 Williamsburg residents want restaurants in town to be able to sell alcohol, and they along with the other nearly 3,600 registered Williamsburg voters will decide May 16 whether to allow i
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Nathan and Lois Sullivan to celebrate 50th anniversary

Nathan Meradin Sullivan Sr. and wife, Lois Pauline Partin Sullivan, of Williamsburg, will enjoy their fiftieth wedding anniversary on Friday, March 24. They have three living children, Nathan M.
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Couple’s auto problems lead to $1.9 million gift to Cumberlands

Future University of the Cumberlands students have a New York woman and a Cumberland College student, who stopped to help her and her husband when their car broke down several years ago, to thank for
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Gretchen Roland and Spencer Tracy

Jim and Carolyn Roland would like to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Gretchen, to Mr.
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W’burg man charged with burglarizing pharmacy

A Williamsburg man pleaded not guilty Monday to charges that he burglarized a local pharmacy last week wearing the same clothes he had on when he filled a prescription there earlier in the day, and th
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Alcohol intoxication verdict expected soon for Williamson

A verdict in the contentious trial of former Corbin Mayor Scott Williamson, who was arrested last May for alcohol intoxication, is likely to be handed down today. Williamson made good on his vow to fi
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