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TODAY'S HEADLINES - APRIL 9, 2014
2 arraigned for park shooting
More than 30 indicted for drugs
YouTube video stirs controversy about campaign sign
London considers truck lease
A proposal made in February concerning garbage trucks has made some progress, according to Mayor Troy Rudder in Monday’s city council meeting.
Police Roundup - April 8, 2014
A Gray woman remains jailed under a $20,000 cash bond after she was arrested just before noon Monday for charges she was indicted on in March.
E-Cycle Saturday stacks up at more than 3.5 tons
The crowds were bigger, the weather was finer, and over three-and-a-half tons of recycled material filled up the bins and trucks for Saturday’s “E-Cycle” event in Corbin.
Reckless driver report leads to heroin arrest
One reckless driver on I-75 led to the arrest of another driver parked at the McDonald’s restaurant in south Corbin.
2014 Candidate Questionnaires
Candidate questionnaires are listed by their county, job title and date of publication
Primary sees contested Laurel judge-executive’s race
The Laurel County primary race for judge-executive has two Republican candidate vying for a chance to run against Democrat Lawrence Kuhl in November.
Police Roundup - April 7, 2014
A Corbin woman was arrested Friday after deputies found her passed out behind the wheel of a car that was stuck in a ditch, according to Laurel County Sheriff John Root.
Movie about governor’s mansion shown in London
First lady Jane Beshear may not have made it to Sunday’s screening of “Kentucky Governor’s Mansion: A Century of Reflection,” but the reception still saw a gathering of around 20 people.
Promise Zone meeting held at Union College
Poverty and employment opportunities were two of the main issues discussed at a Kentucky Promise Zone meeting Thursday at the Union College Health and Natural Sciences Center in Barbourville.
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