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January 29, 2014

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CORBIN — Two Corbin fires damage two homes

Firefighters called out to West 5th Street, Gerry’s Trailer Park

Hospital must pay $16.5 million

Saint Joseph London has 5 business days to come up with settlement in civil lawsuit

The field is set for May 20 primary

The paperwork’s done and the filing deadline has passed.

Whitley overdose deaths down

Deaths from drug overdoses in Whitley County were “down significantly” in 2013.

Police Roundup

Corbin pharmacy burglarized

Draft budget approved at Board of Education meeting

The 2014-2015 draft budget was approved at Monday’s Laurel County Board of Education meeting.

Temporary animal shelter running out of space

The Knox-Whitley Animal Shelter’s temporary location has too little space to accommodate stray and abandoned animals — as a result, some animals may have to be euthanized, according to shelter volunteer and Public Relations Director Theresa Martin.

Man charged with rape of minor appears in court

A London man, charged with first-degree rape of a minor, and his mother, who was charged with complicity in the rape, appeared in court Monday morning.

 

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