By John L. Ross
Although the husband of a London couple charged in a drug conspiracy decided Monday to roll the dice with a federal jury trial — on Wednesday, he decided to plead guilty.
Charles Terry Tenhet, 63, agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance — his wife, 50-year-old Melissa Tenhet, pleaded guilty Monday.
And with those pleas, the former pharmacy owners must surrender more than $1 million, their Blackberry Lane home and six vehicles.
Both Tenhets were also sentenced. Charles Tenhet faces a decade in prison — Melissa Tenhet faces one year and one day behind bars.
For more on this story, see Thursday's edition of The Times-Tribune.
By John L. Ross
A resilient Redhound squad managed to put together one final comeback attempt in the fourth quarter before dropping a 68-54 decision Monday night in the 13th Region Tournament at The Corbin Arena.
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Corbin assistant coach Jody Mouser comforts Corbin senior Taylor Waddle in the game's late moments.
Oh, So Close
Old rivals Clay County and Corbin hooked up in a classic that saw the defending 13th Region Champion Tigers lead by as many as 14 points in the second half.
Like It or Not
I know we are smack dab in the middle of the basketball postseason, but the story to my left is a little bit too big of a deal to let wait until after the region tournament.
- Oh, So Close
50 years makes a world of difference
I wasn’t in Frankfort on March 5, 1964 when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Ralph Abernathy, and Jackie Robinson led 10,000 on a march to the state Capitol in support of a public accommodations law.
- 50 years makes a world of difference
JROTC PFC Cadet Morgan Gerstemeier shakes the hand of one of her late stepfather's friends, SPC Caliebrae, at Fort Campbell. Also pictured are SGT Powell, 1st SGT Vielma, and Major Layne, who reminded the high school cadet to wear her uniform with pride, like her stepfather did.
Fort Campbell Army battalion donates uniforms to CHS JROTC
On Feb. 28, Corbin High School JROTC PFC Cadet Morgan Gerstemeier paid a visit to the Fort Campbell Army Base to pick up 150-200 uniforms, being donated to the high school’s JROTC program.
- Fort Campbell Army battalion donates uniforms to CHS JROTC
History 101 for Mitch McConnell
Sen. Mitch McConnell claims to be the great reducer of government spending. So, Mitch, who was the last Republican president to balance the budget? It was our great President Eisenhower 54 years ago in 1960. He balanced the budget once in eight years.
- History 101 for Mitch McConnell
Rotary’s International Dinner is Saturday
You won’t have to leave the Tri-County this Saturday for a real “Taste of the World.”
- Rotary’s International Dinner is Saturday