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February 28, 2014

TODAY'S HEADLINES - FEB. 28, 2014

CORBIN — Ladies in Red

Plea deal made in sodomy case

Former Girdler resident gets charges reduced

3 accused in death to be tried separately

While Commonwealth’s Attorney Jackie Steele and Circuit Judge Tom Jensen agreed in September that the three defendants accused in the beating death of 67-year-old Catherine Mills should have a joint trial — now it appears the three will be tried separately.

$25,000 check presented to Laurel County Fiscal Court

A check for $25,000 was presented to the Laurel County Fiscal Court by Laurel County Jailer Jamie Mosley at Thursday’s meeting.

May trial date set for woman charged with child’s murder

A May trial date has been set in the murder case against an Arjay woman accused of killing 11-year-old Nathaniel “Nathan” Lee Broughton in a 2012 car crash.

Debate ensues over juvenile court proceedings opening to public

Some juvenile court proceedings may soon be open to the public, but the measure still faces some stiff opposition in the state Senate from some.

Same-sex marriage now legally recognized in Ky.

At least for the time being, same-sex couples with valid marriage licenses from other states must be legally recognized as married in Kentucky.

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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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