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May 20, 2014

TODAY'S HEADLINES - MAY 20, 2014

CORBIN — Dog dies in fire after saving owners’ lives

Woodbine house completely destroyed by Monday blaze

Man indicted for ice company fire now faces more charges

The man indicted in February for the Corbin Ice Company fire was indicted Monday on more charges.

Landowner given 20 days to clean up property

The Corbin City Commission voted Monday at their regular meeting to give a landowner 20 days to clean up his property. If it’s not done by the end of the 20th day, the city would file suit, citing the property as “a public nuisance” according to city and state codes.

Drugs, gun seized during fugitive arrest

A pistol and several baggies of methamphetamine were confiscated during a traffic stop Saturday, according to Whitley County Sheriff Colan Harrell.

Man indicted for stabbing stepson

A Williamsburg man charged with stabbing his stepson in April was indicted for first-degree assault Monday.

Fiscal Court receives $12K grant

Laurel County Fiscal Court has been reimbursed the $12,000 it spent for fire equipment for East Bernstadt Fire Department, according to fiscal court documents.

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The soft whistle of a flute floated through the room as audience members listened in awe to tales of the Thunderbolt people. “This land that you’re now sitting on was that of Thunderbolt people,” said Thunderbolt descendant David Owens. Owens and Indian flute player Robert Mullinax stopped at the Laurel County Library Friday night to entertain with spoken legends, folk lore and tales of the bygone Thunderbolts. Audiences were captivated by stories passed down from the Thunderbolt of how things came to be. Tales about fire, pipes and Kentucky — just to name a few — were shared by Ownes over the course of an hour with Mullinax playing behind him.

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