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July 1, 2014

TODAY'S HEADLINES - JULY 1, 2014

CORBIN — I-75 traffic reduced to one lane following crash

Traffic on both northbound and southbound I-75 at mile post 30 was reduced to one lane after a sport utility vehicle carrying two Clay County men was involved in a crash Monday evening north of Corbin.

First reading of Corbin city budget approved

The Corbin City Commission gave unanimous approval to the first reading of an ordinance adopting the city’s annual budget for fiscal year 2014-15 during a special meeting Monday morning.

Motorcycle crash leaves man in critical condition

A man remains in critical condition after crashing his motorcycle Friday.

Lighting up the sky

Offices across the Tri-County area will be closed Friday in observation of Independence Day, but area residents can also expect to see a few celebrations.

I-75 bridge repairs completed

One lane of northbound bridge was closed for nearly a month

Whitley County Farmers’ Markets accepting EBT’s

Buying food grown locally can be expensive, especially for people on limited incomes.

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