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Williamsburg City Council sets sight on grants for downtown revitalization

If the funding is approved, Williamsburg could soon have new sidewalks and street lights as part of a downtown revitalization project, in addition to upgrading water and sewer lines and two new parks.
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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Phillips pleads guilty to murder on eve of trial

After spending more than four and a half years claiming that he shot Vernon Rains in self-defense, Phillip Edward Phillips admitted Tuesday afternoon that he murdered Rains on April 22, 1999. Phillips
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Corbin edges Knox

Corbin coach Tony Pietrowski told his young players during half-time of the Knox Central game last night that they would have to step up.
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Man pulls knife on deputy, still on the run

Police are searching for the suspect in a botched late-night burglary attempt near Corbin, and say the man left the car he was driving behind at the house he planned to rob. David Chavies, a resident
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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Payroll tax might be needed to pay for raises, Patrick says

Whitley County Judge-Executive Mike Patrick announced Tuesday that he will probably start looking into the possibility of implementing a payroll tax or possibly a tax on insurance premiums in order to
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Corbin edges Knox

Corbin coach Tony Pietrowski told his young players during half-time of the Knox Central game last night that they would have to step up.
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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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.
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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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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