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Popular ‘Touch a Truck’ returns
By Jeff Noble
What do kids want to be when they grow up?
Mountain Laurel flower show a success
By Kristina Smith
“Planes, Trains and Automobiles” was the theme for Saturday’s flower show presented by the Mountain Laurel District.
Today's Headlines: July 21, 2014
Six arrested in drug investigation
Shelter seeks help: Rebuilding continues, Knox-Whitley animal shelter needs more volunteers, donations
Popular ‘Touch a Truck’ returns: Corbin Public Library event wraps up summer reading program
Mountain Laurel Flower Show a success
Tripped Up: Tough loss follows Saturday's walk-off win
Comeback Effort: Knox County recovers from 24-0 loss, grabs 4-2 win in pool play
Barbourville police chief retiring
After nearly three years, Barbourville Police Chief Mike Broughton wants to take a rest.
Shelton funeral may be held midweek
Arrangements are still incomplete as of Friday night, but family members have told the Times-Tribune the funeral of Staff Sergeant Dirk Shelton may be held either this Wednesday or Thursday.
Part of Ky. 80 to be closed for bridge repair
This friendly reminder for the weekend — part of Hwy. 80 east of London in Laurel County will be closed beginning Monday as crews from Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s District 11 office repair a bridge.
About 50 ducks waddled up the banks near the Engineer Street Bridge Wednesday during a sunny and pleasant afternoon.
Interpreter to be present for trial
A trial date was rescheduled in Laurel Circuit Court Thursday after it was learned that the defendants’ Mexico City interpreter could not attend the trial.
Jose Morales,19, and Maria Martinez-Leon, 41, were each named on a 26-count indictment in December 2013 for sexual-related charges involving a child under 12.
Guilty plea in 2012 shooting
A Danville man charged in the 2012 shooting of an East Bernstadt man pleaded guilty Thursday in Laurel County Circuit Court.
Trademart Center lands major clothing store
While some workers spent Thursday afternoon gutting the inside of the old Goldenberg’s Furniture store at Trademart Center, Dale Chaffin spent some time outside talking about what would take its place.
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