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Whitley jury awards man $1.2 million in malpractice case

A Whitley County Circuit Court Jury has awarded over $1.25 million to a Knox County man who claimed a group of local doctors failed to adequately treat him during numerous visits in 2000. The jury's v
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Whitley courts begin first video arraignments

Whitley County's first video arraignments in district court didn't go off without a hitch Tuesday morning, but court officials say they are pleased with how things went, and of the money the county sa
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Suzanne Robertson and Christopher Bridwell

Jackie and Sarita Floyd of Corbin would like to announce the marriage of their son, Christopher Bridwell, to Suzanne Robertson.
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Family of dog-bite victim asks why Rottweiler wasn’t removed

The family of 11-year-old Kendra Bain can not understand why a dog that bit her and another Corbin teenager, has not been removed from the neighborhood.A two-year-old Rottweiler attacked Bain June 26,
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Williamsburg falls to South London

The South London All-Stars knocked off Williamsburg Friday in the losers' bracket of the District Four Tournament in Hazard, 16-9. An eight-run fourth inning for the London boys proved to be the diffe
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Corbin teen attacked by Rottweiler

Ten days after falling victim to a vicious attack by a Rottweiler a Corbin teenager is slowly recovering ... still unable to walk or leave her home without assistance.
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Headed to Big League

Great pitching, hitting and defense.
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Hayward and Pauline Burden celebrate anniversary

Hayward and Pauline Burden were married on July 13, 1937 in Williamsburg, Ky. The Rev. Ben Siler married them in his home. Hayward is from McHenry, Ky and was in the CCC at the time he met Pauline.
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Corbin advances to district finals

A three run homer by Travis Smith and a 12 strikeout performance by Trace Vorbeck proved to be the difference as Corbin defeated Pulaski County and advanced to the championship of the District Four Li
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LL District Opens Thursday

The District Four Little League Tournament will begin tonight in Hazard for two area teams. Corbin, the winner of Area Two, will begin play from the winners' bracket against Harlan Friday at 8 p.m.
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