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School board reaches non-resident agreement
“This is a major step, folks.” Those were the words of Superintendent Ed McNeel after a special meeting Thursday morning, which saw the Corbin Board of Education approve a non-resident student agreement with Knox County Public Schools.
William Cox found guilty
It took a jury about three hours Thursday to convict William “Bill” Cox for first-degree manslaughter under extreme emotional distress in the August 2012 shooting death of his grandson’s father, 21-year-old Ryan Abner.
Two injured in home invasion
Three people face charges after a home invasion robbery Wednesday.
Two injured in two-vehicle crash
Two people were injured in a two-vehicle crash that happened about 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the intersection of the Corbin Bypass and Opportunity Drive.
City Council meeting rescheduled for today
Monday’s London City Council meeting has been rescheduled for 12:30 p.m. today at London City Hall. The meeting is expected to feature a proposal for a 3 percent restaurant tax in the city of London.
Poetry contest celebrates National Poetry Month
The Laurel County Public Library is celebrating National Poetry Month with a poetry contest.
Two W’burg residents arrested for drugs
Two Williamsburg residents remain jailed at the Whitley County Detention Center after a lengthy drug investigation conducted by the Williamsburg Police Department.
Crews still cleaning up after latest winter storm
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet highway crews continue extensive snow and ice operations today across the Commonwealth.
I-75 sees 3-vehicle crash
Traffic along Interstate 75 near the 35 mile marker was slowed Monday after a three-vehicle crash, according to Laurel County Sheriff’s Deputy Larry Parrott.
Sheriff’s office investigating ATM burglaries
The public’s help is being sought in a rash of ATM burglaries at Tri-County businesses, according to Sheriff John Root.
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