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January 28, 2014

TODAY'S HEADLINES - JAN. 28, 2014

CORBIN — Bimble man injured in U.S. 25E crash

Two-vehicle wreck Monday in front of Knox Central

Housman resigns from airport board

Letter delivered to Whitley County Judge Executive

Shooter of Corbin man found dead

The son of a Corbin man shot last week was found dead Sunday night in Knox County.

Times-Tribune places third in General Excellence

The results of the Kentucky Press Association’s 2013 Excellence in Newspapers contest were announced Friday during an awards banquet in Lexington.

Schurz installed as KPA president; Ivory, Lyles honored

Scott Schurz Jr., president and publisher of Advocate Communications Inc., Danville, was installed as 2014 president of the Kentucky Press Association on Friday.

First reading of billboard ordinance approved

A first reading of an ordinance to allow cell phone reception devices on billboards in London was approved at a special city council meeting Friday.

Woman injured in Gray crash

One woman was injured in a two-vehicle crash Monday afternoon in Gray involving a Harlan County Detention Center minivan, according to Knox County Sheriff’s Deputy Brian Hensley.

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Kelsey White

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    July 8, 2014 1 Photo

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