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Sheriff expecting big purchase of 2006 property tax bills

Sheriff Lawrence Hodge said Whitley County could have a 100 percent collection rate on the 2006 property tax bills if a Texas company follows through on plans to buy the delinquent tax bills from his
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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‘Driver inattention’ blamed for two vehicle crash on Falls Highway

Police say "driver inattention" was the primary factor in a two-vehicle crash on Cumberland Falls Hwy.
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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LOOKING BACK

I received an Email from David Selvy last week identifying the Barbourville Rosenwald Fighting Tigers as my mystery team week before last.
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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All “A” Regional

The Lynn Camp Wildcats saw its bid to the All "A" State Tournament shot down by the Pineville Mountain Lions Monday night at LCHS.
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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TENNIS ANYONE

Williamsburg High School is adding a new sport...Tennis.
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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WHITLEY WINS

The Williamsburg Yellow Jackets lost to the Cumberland Redskins in the quarterfinals of the 13th Region All "A" Classic while the Corbin Redhounds put a scare into 13th region favorite, South Laurel b
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Woman allegedly kicks boyfriend as he lay bleeding along roadway

A Whitley district judge will decide next month whether a grand jury should hear evidence that a Corbin woman allegedly kicked her boyfriend while he was lying on the ground bleeding after jumping out
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Company buys second round of property tax bills

If you owe delinquent property taxes in Whitley County, then you might want to hurry down to the Whitley County Clerk's Office. For the second time this month, a Dallas company has purchased more than
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50 years later, flood lingers in the memory of its victims

Corbin resident Barthelia Chavis sorted through an old cedar armoire last week, rearranging some clothing.
Posted On 14 Jul 2008
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Legal troubles mount for Corbin business owner

A federal judge ordered a Corbin businessman to pay over $90,000 to a subsidiary of a large, international computer company earlier this month - the latest in a host of legal entanglements plaguing th
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