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November 28, 2012

TODAY'S HEADLINES - NOV. 28, 2012

CORBIN — Williams’ name off Arena sign

On The Arena in Corbin’s sign, the name “David L. Williams” has been removed.

Stivers chosen as president of Senate

For the first time in 13 years, the Kentucky State Senate will be led by someone other than David Williams.

Carpenter answers back on performance

The performance of the man who works for the Corbin Industrial Development Commission — Economic Development Director Bruce Carpenter — was discussed in an executive session last week by the CIDC board. No action was taken by board members.

Some Knox Co. School employees to get raise

For the first time since 2009, all full-time employees of the Knox County Public Schools, certified and classified, will get a raise.

W’burg pair charged in burglaries

A Whitley County grand jury will hear evidence concerning two people suspected in burglarizing the First Deliverance Church in Williamsburg.

W’burg man sent to hospital after crash

A Williamsburg man was rushed to the University of Kentucky Medical Center in Lexington after a crash on Wetstone Road Tuesday afternoon.

Tax amnesty deadline Friday

Delinquent Kentucky taxpayers interested in applying for tax amnesty only have until Friday to get into the program.

‘Energy is the Star’ at Laurel County Schools

Presentations on ways the Laurel County Schools can save energy in their facilities, and how the schools in the district did and what they’re doing to improve after the recent K-PREP test scores, were the focus of Monday’s special meeting of the Laurel County Board of Education.

State gets $1.6 million grant for tornado recovery

March’s tornado outbreak may no longer be a daily headline, but for some Laurel County victims, it’s a story that has yet to end.

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