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November 29, 2012

TODAY'S HEADLINES - NOV. 29, 2012


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CORBIN —  

Lost Corbin toddler found safe

A scary moment for a young child ended up with a happy ending Wednesday morning, after she was found safe and sound.

Abramson visits Corbin

Wednesday was “Business Appreciation Day” in Corbin. And along with a free lunch for the business community, the City of Corbin served up Lieutenant Governor Jerry Abramson as guest speaker.

Rail crossing hearing set for Dec. 17

A public hearing has been slated for Dec. 17 to hear comments concerning installation of a rail warning crossing at either School Road in Artemus or Factory Road just south of Boone Heights.

Electrical inspectors to be contracted in Knox

Electrical inspectors needing to perform their duties for Knox County will be contracted by the county, rather than hired as county employees.

Mixed ideas on special tax districts

Some lawmakers Wednesday indicated they want special taxing districts to get approval of tax rates from fiscal courts, but that might not be the best idea, according to the man who started the conversation about Kentucky’s myriad special tax districts.

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