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Knox sheriff receives grant

The Knox County Sheriff’s office plans on being more visible in the upcoming months due to a $3,000 grant it recently received from The Kentucky Department of Highway Safety. The grant will be used to pay deputies overtime for DUI enforcement activities, such as extra patrol and traffic safety checkpoints.

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Cases continued by Grand Jury

Cases continued by the Grand Jury to be heard July 20, 2015 and returned July 24, 2015:

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Fiscal Court gets three new vehicles

Photo by Bobbie Poynter. Daniel Napier and his family attended the June Fiscal Court meeting requesting his road be repaired.

Photo by Bobbie Poynter.
Daniel Napier and his family attended the June Fiscal Court meeting requesting his road be repaired.

Due to left over grant funds, Knox County Fiscal Court decided at its June 24 meeting, to replace three of its top priority county vehicles. Falls Auto Group of Corbin won the bid to provide the new vehicles.

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Cemetery floral arrangements going to waste

Dear Editor of Barbourville Mountain Advocate,
I wonder if people are aware that they are spending money on beautiful floral arrangements to place on the graves and monuments with love and fond memories only to have them removed while they are still fresh and beautiful and thrown carelessly into the dumpster.
I have seen this myself, and it just seems like such a waste.
Maybe there should be a limit set as to how long these flowers can remain where families have put them before being thrown away.
Irene Bingham
Bimble, Ky

Grand Jury indictments handed down

The Knox County Grand Jury returned the following indictments on Friday, June 26:

•Gracie Gabbard, a.k.a. Gracie Jones, Gracie Phillips, 42, receiving stolen property of the value of $500 or more, but less than $10,000.

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