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Knox County Court Statistics

11/27/14  Stats

Marriages:

Cassie Noelle Bargo, 22, Hinkle to Cody Duane Smith, 21, Hinkle.

Sharon Carlene Gambrel, 51, Fourmile to Rondall Stephen Jenkins, 47, Corbin.

Loretta Vaughn, 49, Girdler to Gilbert Lee Day, 62, Girdler.

Deed Transfers:

Wand B. Powell to David W. Powell, Knox property.

Geraldine Mitchell and Vernon and Betty Mitchell and Anna Songer and Roy Mitchell to Damon Owen Mitchell, Knox property.

Damon Owen and Mary Mitchell to Lisa Ramsey.

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Barbourville’s Christmas tree goes up

Photo by Bobbie Poynter

The Barbourville Christmas tree will be officially lit at 6:00 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5

The Barbourville Christmas tree will be officially lit at 6:00 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5

Traffic down Knox Street took a back seat temporarily Monday to a behemoth 60-foot Norway Spruce as it slowly made its way from Flat Lick to the front of the Knox County Courthouse. Pictured, Barbourville Utilities worker Charles Willis (in the basket) prepares to attach a wire from the tree to one of two pillars on the front of the Knox County Courthouse to help stabilize the giant, which will serve as the official Christmas tree throughout the holiday season.

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College Heights Thanksgiving dinner

Photo by Jay Nolan

College Heights Thanksgiving dinner

College Heights Thanksgiving dinner

Many local residents of College Heights and several shut-ins were served a holiday meal and a big smile by local celebrities and officials Thursday night. Serving were Sheriff-elect Mike Smith, Mayor-elect David Thompson, Clerk Mike Corey, and pastor Leonard Lester. John Sizemore coordinated the event. Col. Michael Farley, JROTC instructor at Corbin High School, was the guest speaker.

Deputy’s son arrested

Shelby Johnson inspects his granddaughter's totaled car.

Shelby Johnson inspects his granddaughter’s totaled car. Photo by David Stewart

Devin R. Eubanks

Devin R. Eubanks

By David Stewart

Devin R. Eubanks, son of Sheriff’s Deputy Derek Eubanks, was arrested Sunday, Nov. 23. According to the police report, Kentucky State Police Post 10 Trooper Desmon Brittle received a call about a vehicle collision on Ky Route 6, just outside of the Barbourville floodwall.

The report stated a 2011 Toyota Camry, driven by Whitney Hampton, was forced off the road and down in a ditch, causing her to suffer a broken arm and busted lip.

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Football moms talk football life

Tabitha Wells mother of No. 8 Sophomore Tanner Wells. Tanner plays tight end and defensive end for the Knox Central Panther football team. Tanner has played organized football for the past 12 years.

Bobbie Robinson mother of No. 25 Junior Frankie Robinson. Frankie plays wide receiver and defensive back for the Knox Central Panthers. Frankie has played football since kindergarten.

Deborah Ballard mother of No. 33 Sophomore Andrew Johnson. Andrew plays running back and defensive back for Knox Central. Wade “Andrew-Ray” Johnson has played fooball since he was in the first grade.

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