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Brothers could be responsible for rash of vandalism, police say

Two Corbin brothers were in court Tuesday to answer to charges that they tossed a rock out the window of their home and damaged their next door neighbor's vehicle, then called police to report the inc
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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Wildcats hammered

The Somerset Briar Jumpers spotted the Lynn Camp Wildcats an 8-0 lead before winning at Lynn Camp Friday night, 42-8. The loss proved fatal for the Wildcats as they will miss the playoffs for the firs
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Adrienne and Jason Taylor

Adrienne Offutt and Jason Taylor were married in a private ceremony on September 19, 2006, in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. Adrienne is the daughter of Charles Offutt of Canton, Georgia and Janis Schreiter of E
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Corbin candidate forum set for Thursday night

The News Journal and Redhound Productions, the student-run media program at Corbin High School, and the high school Journalism Department will be co-hosting Meet the Candidates - a discussion forum th
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Councilmember questions openness of city salaries

The close of Monday night's Williamsburg City Council meeting featured a verbal sparring session of sorts between City Councilman Donnie Witt and various city officials over the issue of pay rates for
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Colonels Fall

It was a new look on offense for the Whitley County Colonels last week, but it was the same ending, a heart breaking Senior Night loss to the George Rogers Clark Cardinals, 29-14. This time the Cardin
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Jessica Siler and Michael Musgrove

Ronald and Patricia Siler of Williamsburg, Delores Musgrove of Pine Knot, and Michael and Cathy Musgrove of Hayes Creek invite all family and friends to attend the marriage of their children, Jessica
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Corbin man accused of abusing young girl

Allegations that a Corbin man sexually abused a nine-year-old girl led police to another shocking discovery - dozens of pictures on his home computer depicting children, from toddlers to young teens,
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Kroger robbery suspect surrenders to police

The main suspect in a robbery at the east Corbin Kroger surrendered himself to police Tuesday morning after nearly three weeks on the run. Henry Paul Sizemore, 33, of Corbin, turned himself in to inve
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Frazier flying high

Fans of Williamsburg and Cumberland couldn't have ask for a more exciting high school football game last week in the mountains of Southeastern Kentucky.
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