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January 16, 2013

TODAY'S HEADLINES - JAN. 16, 2013


The Times-Tribune

CORBIN — Marshalls making its way to Corbin

If all goes as planned later this year, Tri-County residents won’t have to go far to “never pay full price for fabulous.”



Armed robbery suspect appears in Laurel court

A man facing first-degree robbery charges appeared before Chief District Judge John Paul Chappell in Laurel County District Court for his preliminary hearing Tuesday.



Freshmen could get free semester at Union College

More than 200 current Union College freshmen could get a free final semester of college if they meet certain requirements set by a new program.



W’burg man charged with assault, robbery

A Williamsburg man who reportedly stabbed his girlfriend in the hand and robbed her of her purse and prescription pills has been arrested, according to Williamsburg Police Chief Wayne Bird.



Marketing Barbourville new focus for tourism board

The new director of the Barbourville Tourism Commission told board members Monday it was time to develop a plan. That plan is to focus on marketing the area and what it has to offer to the rest of the world.

Refinancing Whitley debt loads discussed

A heated discussion concerning refinancing Whitley County’s two biggest debt loads took center stage during the regular meeting of the Whitley County Fiscal Court Tuesday.

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