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TODAY'S HEADLINES, JULY 15, 2014
Man injured at triathlon improving: Suddenly collapsed Saturday at race transition station
Valentine resigns as tourism chair: Clouse, Sanborn welcomed as new board members
W’burg Council tables co-signing on airport loan
Laurel County Board of Education: New graduates, board titles at meeting
Police Roundup: Man brandishing knife threatens woman
High Hopes: Panthers' new head coach says team can be playing for region, state titles
Long Gone: Hazard/Perry dashes North Laurel hopes with offensive outburst
Man collapses at Laurel Lake Triathlon
A man was transported to Saint Joseph London Saturday after he collapsed at the Laurel Lake Triathlon.
More than 100 athletes participate in Laurel Lake Triathlon
More than 100 athletes converged at the Laurel Lake Dam early Saturday morning to participate in the Laurel Lake Triathlon.
Ceremony honors two fallen firefighters
A ceremony honoring two fallen firefighters was held in London Saturday. Basil Vaughn, 48, of the Crossroads Fire Department, and Kenny Hollon, 23, of Campground Fire Department, died in the line of duty in 1987.
Medicaid signups Tuesday at Corbin Public Library
For those who may not have signed up for Medicaid over the fall and winter, another chance is available in the Tri-County area Tuesday.
Man collapses during Laurel Lake Triathlon
A man participating in the Laurel Lake Triathlon Saturday collapsed and had to be transported to the hospital.
Woman arrested for failing to appear in court
A call to a family dispute Wednesday afternoon ended with the arrest of a Laurel County woman who was wanted on a warrant.
Wireless working well in Corbin schools
Proclaiming “We’re wireless now, with newer technology,” the Corbin Board of Education say their now full speed ahead with the changes and recent purchases during their special board meeting Thursday.
Money and road woes addressed by city council
The Stivers Aquatic and Wellness Center is running out of funds and some Barbourville residents are running out of patience.
Part of Ky. 80 to be closed starting next week
Here’s a friendly reminder for those of you traveling along a stretch of Ky. 80 in London next week through mid-August.
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