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July 16, 2014

TODAY'S HEADLINES: July 16, 2014

CORBIN — Air Force member from Corbin dies

Staff Sergeant Dirk Shelton, a Corbin boy who dreamed big, aimed high, and served his nation with honor while working in some of the most dangerous assignments in the world, died Monday in Washington, D.C.

Two bands announced for NIBROC

Two of the bands set to perform at this year’s NIBROC have been announced.

Fire destroys Maple Leaf Lane house

Strong thunderstorms and dangerous lightning weren’t the only thing that lit up the dark sky during the early hours of Tuesday morning.

Whitley Fiscal Court agrees to purchase ambulance

Whitley County Fiscal Court approved a bid Tuesday for a new ambulance to be used by Whitley County Emergency Medical Services.

$8.6 million loan for CUC upgrade approved

The Corbin Utilities Commission has been approved for a loan, which will go towards their wastewater treatment plant flow upgrade project.

London-Laurel Tourism discusses future events

Bike rides, adventure races and banquet halls took up most of the discussion at the London-Laurel Tourist Commission meeting Tuesday.

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