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Four people killed in I-75 crash near Williamsburg

A tragic crash along I-75 near Williamsburg Sunday evening has claimed the lives of four people, and has left a fifth person hanging on for her life at a Tennessee hospital. Crystal Lynn Woodin, 24, o
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Dixie Cafe owner announces plan to obtain alcohol licnese

A long-time downtown Corbin icon may be serving more than just chili-dogs and hamburgers soon.Marsha Trosper, owner of The Dixie Cafe, said she plans to apply for a local liquor license in the near fu
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Jail meeting produced bickering, no results

Aside from some bickering between the two sides, a nearly two hour meeting between members of the Whitley County Fiscal Court and the jailer and his staff Monday morning produced almost no meaningful
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Would-be robber runs out of gas

Thursday just wasn't their day. Williamsburg police say one Tennessee man got laughed at while he tried to rob a convenience store Thursday afternoon, while his partner later got caught when his car r
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Who were the Best

The chill of the winter days will push through the weeks onward toward March and the 50th District Tournament.
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Woman in critical condition after Friday crash

A late Friday afternoon accident near the McKeehan Crossing resulted in a 16-year-old female being flown to a Tennessee hospital with critical injuries, according to Whitley County Sheriff's Deputy Ji
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Police shut down two meth labs, confiscate $1,000 worth of drugs

Following joint investigations Friday, two local police agencies seized what could be $1,000 worth of methamphetamine and two methamphetamine labs. Whitley County Sheriff Lawrence Hodge, Williamsburg
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Lawsuit seeks to force demolition of old hospital

A local attorney and business owner is seeking a court order that would force the City of Corbin to tear down the vacant Southeastern Kentucky Baptist Hospital. David O.
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Boys 50th District

It's the last hurrah and Barbourville High School gets to host it.
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Commissioners angered by lingering Tech Center problems

Officials from Eastern Kentucky University have cited at least 45 potential problems with the new Corbin Technology Center following a mid-February inspection of the facility. Donna Helton, Coordinato
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