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Blood found in car’s trunk belonged to missing Knoxville man, police confirm

Police have confirmed that blood found in the trunk of a car left outside a Williamsburg motel for several days last month belonged to the car's owner, a Knoxville man, who has been missing for nearly
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Tourism board, city at odds over fields

The Corbin Tourism Commission and officials from the City of Corbin are at odds over the renovation and construction of soccer and youth football fields on a piece of land located at the Corbin Civic
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18 local companies on Fire Marshall’s potential dust explosion list

Two years after the explosion at CTA Acoustics in Corbin, 18 Whitley County facilities are on a list of 2,200 Kentucky facilities with potentially combustible dust, according to state Fire Marshal Alb
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Brooke Gover and Jason Cain

Steve and Linda Gover of Corbin wish to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Brooke Belinda to Jason Richard Cain.
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Tax could generate nearly $2.97 million in revenue

According to figures in the county's budget, the 1 percent payroll tax the county is planning to implement during the coming fiscal year, which starts July 1, is projected to generate $2,977,388 in re
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Voters to decide if Falls resort can sell alcohol

A September referendum will decide the fate of an effort by a local businessman to sell wine and beer at a Cumberland Falls Resort. Jimmy Vance, a local investor and owner of Eagle Falls Resort, said
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Six teens rushed to hospital after overdosing

Six teenagers overdosed on drugs early Tuesday morning, and two of them remain in the hospital on respirators, sheriff's deputies said Tuesday afternoon. Whitley County Sheriff's Detective Chuck Davis
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Bullets Baseball coming

Corbin will have a new baseball team this summer as the Bullets come to Corbin's House Field.
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Payroll tax opinions can be voiced at June 29 hearing

Whitley County residents will be able to voice their say over a proposed 1 percent payroll tax during a public hearing set for next Wednesday morning at 10 a.m.
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Bullets take three of four

The Bullets won three of four games played over the weekend at Corbin's House Field.
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