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Nephew says Smith tried to get him to kill Riggleman

Jurors are expected to decide Friday whether a Williamsburg man is guilty of killing his wife's ex-husband nearly two and a half year ago, and whether the death penalty is an appropriate punishment if
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Whitley could face two cities who won’t share

Whether Whitley County will be able to fully operate its government in the coming months is a question that county leaders may be faced with after the Corbin City Commission voted Monday evening to im
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Kelli Rose and Josh Smith

The parents of Kelli Elizabeth Rose of Rockhold and Joshua Daniel Smith of Corbin wish to announce the upcoming marriage of this loving couple. The bride and groom are scheduled to be married on Satur
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In wake of attacks, animal group wants new ordinance

In the wake of a pair of Rotweiler attacks in Corbin that injured two juvenile girls, a national animal rights group is asking county leaders to consider an ordinance that would ban the chaining and t
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County officials to discuss jail plans

Whitley County officials are still trying to figure out exactly how they are going to deal with the closure of the jail. "We don't have a definite game plan from here," Judge-Executive Mike Patrick s
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Corbin fires shot in impending tax fight

Corbin City Commissioners are one vote away from passing a one percent citywide payroll tax - a move likely to throw the issue of the city-county relationship regarding such taxes back to court. Commi
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EKU Connection

Eastern Kentucky University President Joann Glasser, Athletic Director Mark Sandy and head football coach Danny Hope were in Corbin Saturday to promote their current tour "Feel The Energy". Along with
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Corbin police use pepper spray, tazer to end chase

A Corbin man is facing nine different criminal charges after leading police on a chase Friday that ended when authorities surrounded and entered a home he ran into. Michael Ray Eaton, 30, sped away wh
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Jail filled with drugs, liquor, weapons

Kentucky Department of Corrections officials say when they went to close the Whitley County Jail early Saturday morning; the situation was worse than they ever could have imagined. DOC Commissioner Jo
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The Summer of ’05

Were did the summer go?
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