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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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Hal\\’s Pals enlist in drug war

Hal's Pals enlist for action in drug war Rogers announces $1.6 million drug education initiative U.S. Rep.
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Williamsburg voters pick new mayor, two new school board members

Thanks to voters Tuesday night, Williamsburg now has a new mayor, a new city council member, a not so new city council member, and two new school board members. By more than 1,000 vote margin, voters
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Nearly 55 percent of county voters go to polls

In what is being described as a record turnout for Whitley County, nearly 55 percent of eligible voters went to the polls Tuesday to cast their ballots for president, senator, a constitutional amendme
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Whitley falls at North

The Whitley County Colonels saw their season end on a sour note, losing to the North Laurel Jaguars on the road, 45-20. It was too much Nik Blair for the Colonels as the senior running back ran for 29
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Mission accomplished

Experience pays off. Just ask Williamsburg coach Jim Black or any member of the Yellow Jackets football team.
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Calling the Shots

Another high school season is over, where did the weeks go.
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Man comes out of shower to find his home burning

Jeff Newman got a rude wake up call late Tuesday morning as he was taking a shower. Newman heard crackling, and thought somebody might be coming in the house.
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Hidden meth found in contact lens solution bottle at Whitley Jail

Four people are being charged in connection with a plot to smuggle methamphetamine into the Whitley County Detention Center. About 1 p.m.
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