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December 19, 2013

TODAY'S HEADLINES - DEC. 19, 2013

CORBIN — Tenhet pleads guilty

Laurel pharmacist returned to London’s federal court Wednesday

Knox to mark MLK Day with parade, speeches

Knox board hears health clinic proposal

Representatives from Grace Community Health Center were at Tuesday’s Knox County Board of Education meeting to discuss opening clinics in the county’s schools.

B’ville, Knox latest stop on ag-town hall meetings

State Agriculture Commissioner James Comer called his Wednesday visit to Barbourville “an informal agriculture-town hall meeting.” And despite the early morning hour and frosty weather, his turnout in Knox County was quite impressive.

Accused car thieves among those indicted in Whitley

Three out-of-towners were indicted Monday in Whitley County Circuit Court in connection with a vehicle reported stolen.

W’burg man arrested, accused of assaulting his stepfather

A reported domestic dispute led to the arrest of a Williamsburg man Tuesday.

KCEOC gets old B’ville nursing home

“It’s a work in progress, and it’s a good Christmas present.” That’s what KCEOC Community Action’s President and CEO, Paul Dole, said.

Stivers speaks to Kiwanis

Kentucky state Senator Robert Stivers spoke at Wednesday’s Kiwanis Club of Corbin meeting at David’s restaurant before a crowd of about 20 club members.

 

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