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A Barbourville man was arrested at his home Tuesday in connection with the shooting of two women.
Kentucky State Police responded to a call around around 8:40 p.m. Monday on Emmanuel Branch Road. There, troopers found two women with gunshot wounds. One of the women told troopers she had been shot by Brian Bunch.
The victims, whose names have not yet been released, were flown to… Continue reading
Released from Knox County Detention Center 5/30/16 (Monday)
Donna France, Scotty L. Smith and Herschel S. Sullivan Jr.
It doesn’t take very much for a deep conversation to start among kindergarteners. I usually end up thinking… TMI- Too Much Information! This morning Kylie announced that her mom was having a baby and was going to name it a name out of the Bible. Holli bragged, “My name is in the Bible two times!” I said, “Oh really! Where in the Bible is your name?” She explained,… Continue reading
Union College is offering different athletic camps throughout the summer to any team or individual interested.
This week, a women’s basketball High School Team Camp will be occurring on June 1-2, and a baseball All Skills Camp on June 2-3.
If interested, other camps’ information and their dates are as follows
Baseball, Ages 6-8th Grade:
- Hitting Camp, June 6-7, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
- Pitching and Hitting Camp, June 8, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Men’s Basketball, Individual Camps, Ages 5-15
- June… Continue reading
As the school year comes to an end, and summer break begins, I long to be a kid again. I remember summer break like it was yesterday. I would spend my days in my Aunt Arthena’s pool splashing with cousins. We stayed in the warm water long after we began to whither like raisins. My aunt acted as a DJ, blasting a collection of tunes, and singing along. She was a “cool”… Continue reading