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Lawsuit says VFW post sold booze to driver, is partly to blame for crash

A local VFW post is being sued for allegedly selling alcohol to a woman, who was later involved in a motor vehicle accident. Christina Madon, Charles Madon, and Carol Asher filed suit Dec.
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Tax preparer pleads guilty to falsifying returns

A Williamsburg woman is facing up to three years in a federal prison for assisting in the preparation of false income tax returns that cost the government nearly $60,000 in underpaid federal income ta
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EMS worker raises approved

In a rare split, by a three to two vote Tuesday morning, the Whitley County Fiscal Court approved raising the starting salary for Whitley County EMS and 911 workers to $8.10 an hour. Magistrates Nolan
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Looking Back

The basketball wars heatup with the chill of January.
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Corbin leaders consider drop in city status, restaurant tax

In an effort to possibly gain revenues from a future restaurant tax, Corbin City Commissioners weighed the option Monday of possibly dropping the city from third-class city status to a fourth-class ci
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Redskins top W-Burg

With just under three minutes in its 13th Region All "A" championship game at Oneida Baptist against the Cumberland Redskins, the Williamsburg Lady Jackets looked to be headed to their first-ever appe
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Making the Grade

We're at the mid-way point of the current high school basketball season and it's time to hand out mid-term grades. There have been some exciting games played by the four area teams and plenty more to
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Girls High School Round-Up

As radio commentator Stan Lovitt would say, Williamsburg senior Tosha Roberts came to play Saturday when the Lady Jackets took on the Cumberland Lady Skins.
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James and Mattie Sharp

James and Mattie Sharp of Caryville celebrated their fourth wedding anniversary on December 27.
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W’burg factory manager shot

Members of the Whitley County Major Crimes Task Force are still trying to determine why the manager of a local plant was shot early Monday morning, and who did it. Shortly after 5:30 a.m., Whitley Cou
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