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‘Survivor’ update week two: Elaine and Lairo win immunity, and spices

Whitley County’s Elaine Stott and the rest of her Lairo Tribe came out on top of the immunity challenge in the second week of CBS’s “Survivor,” earning a variety of spices in the process. Wednesday’s second episode opened with the tribe returning to camp after voting Ronnie out...

Despite concerns about being ‘too nice’ Whitley County’s Elaine Stott going on to second week of CBS’s ‘Survivor’

Elaine Stott’s quest to become the second person from Whitley County to win CBS’s “Survivor” was nearly over before it ever really began Wednesday night because, in the words of other members of her tribe, she was too nice and too likable, making her a threat. “I like Elaine,”...

Tri-County Cineplex hosting premier party in honor of Whitley County ‘Survivor’ contestant

Whitley County will be back in the national spotlight beginning tonight as Woodbine resident Elaine Stott’s quest on CBS’s “Survivor” begins, and the Tri-County Cineplex is offering the opportunity to watch the premier with the local favorite. Following up on the success of the...

Woodbine woman to be castaway on newest season of ‘Survivor’

A Woodbine resident will be the second Whitley County native to go for the $1 million cash prize when the newest season of the hit reality TV show “Survivor” premieres its new season on CBS Sept. 25. Forty-one-year-old Elaine Stott said she’d tried out four times to be on the...

Williamsburg to recognize ‘Survivor’ winner Nick Wilson during Jan. 14 council meeting

The City of Williamsburg will celebrate and recognize its most famous son, “Survivor: David versus Goliath” winner Nick Wilson, on Jan. 14. Wilson, known on the show as the, “hillbilly lawyer,” outwitted, outplayed and outlasted the 19 other contestants over 39 days on an island...

W’burg officials preparing celebration for ‘Survivor’ winner Nick Wilson

Williamsburg officials have begun planning to celebrate Nick Wilson’s $1 million victory on TV’s “Survivor.” The Williamsburg native took home the title and top prize last week. “It is huge,” said Williamsburg Mayor Roddy Harrison. Harrison said officials will be presenting...

Nick Wilson wins, ‘Survivor’

“Surreal,” is how Whitley County native Nick Wilson described his 39-day journey on TV’s “Survivor,” going from nearly being the first one eliminated to the last castaway standing Wednesday night. “I went through tons of ups and downs in this game,” Wilson said during the live...

Tri-County Cineplex hosting ‘Survivor’ premiere event featuring local contestant

Local fans of the television show, “Survivor” will have the opportunity to watch tonight’s premier with one of the contestants in a theater setting, complete with popcorn and drinks. Tri-County Cineplex in Corbin will host a meet and greet with Nick Wilson, the Williamsburg...