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Taylor Scramble

The Third Annual Joey Taylor Memorial Golf Scramble was held Friday at the Williamsburg Golf Course.
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GED program giving inmates a second chance at education

When he was 17 years old, David Ratliff dropped out of high school for what he admits amounted to being young and stupid.
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Holly Nicole Lundy and Lt. Richard Hamilton Burgess Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lundy of Corbin announce the engagement of their daughter, Holly Nicole Lundy to Lieutenant Richard Hamilton Burgess, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
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CC takes three

The Cumberland College Patriots evened their conference record at 4-4 by taking three games from arch-rival, Georgetown College over the weekend.
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Tow truck operator victim of arsonist

A Williamsburg tow truck operator got a nasty surprise when he left his home to go on an early-morning run for Kentucky State Police Tuesday morning. Larry Wilson, owner of Wilson's Auto Repair and To
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Three arrested for breaking into Corbin Papa John’s, stealing cash

Three area men were arrested for a burglary and theft that occurred at Papa John's Pizza in Corbin in the early morning hours Monday. Darrell R. Hall, 38, of Gray; James R.
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State Runner-up!!

Williamsburg cheer coach Teresa Black was pleasantly surprised Saturday when her Yellow Jackets cheerleading squad was called out as the second place squad in the traditional cheerleading category. "I
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Final Whitley jail escapee caught by London police

The second of two men accused of escaping from the Whitley County Jail last week is back behind bars. London police arrested James Merida, 25, at the Marymount Medical Center in London on March 31, ac
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State audit focuses on Whitley courthouse, jail

A recent state audit of Whitley County books, calls into question how much money the jailer should be making the last several years, where proceeds from prisoner use of jail phones should go, and the
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