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Cumberland College will play in the wnners' bracket final of the Region XI NAIA Baseball Tournament today in Lebanon, Tn.
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Lawsuit against judges dismissed

A lawsuit attempting to block two district judges from barring a public defender from practicing law in their courtroom has been officially dismissed. Judge Paul Braden agreed Monday morning to sign a
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Defense contractor to bring 50 jobs to Corbin

Industrial officials say a west coast business has plans to locate in Corbin in the near future providing 50 high-tech jobs for area residence. Corbin Industrial Development Director Bob Terrell said
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Elite Eight

The Williamsburg Yellow Jackets wasn't going to be denied a trip to Lexington's Applebee's Park.
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Lady Mountaineer

Natosha Roberts, a senior at Williamsburg High School, signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Berea College. Roberts was the Lady Jackets leading scorer last year.
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CC UPSET

The Cumberland College Patriots pulled off a fantastic finish in the first-round of the NAIA Region XI Baseball Tournament in Lebanon, Tn.
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City leaders taking wait, see approach on tax issue

While Whitley County officials weigh the option of voting in a payroll tax to help ease budget woes, leaders from the county's two cities say they are in wait-and-see mode. According to state laws, Co
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Williamsburg police officer ordered to pay $35,000

A federal court jury ruled Friday afternoon that a Williamsburg police officer used "excessive or unreasonable force" while arresting a Whitley County man in 2003, but that the officer didn't commit "
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Christian Bowling and Tim Cox

Timothy George Cox and Christian Kay Bowling said their nuptials on May 7, 2005. Tim is the son of Johnny and Leotta Cox of Harps Creek.
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CC UPSET

The Cumberland College Patriots pulled off a fantastic finish in the first-round of the NAIA Region XI Baseball Tournament in Lebanon, Tn.
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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