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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - August 31, 2015, Corbin, Kentucky Encore Effort Woods tabbed As player of the Wmk i after 347-Yard Rushing Effort a Pau it Tomou u4cceptd Coventry a Well Core a pass la. Moses dec 841 s Hwy 25w a suite 9 Williamsburg by a 549-4150 no. 204, vol 123two indicted for allegedly fleeing police by Kristina Smith staff writer a Barbourville Man accused of escaping police and the woman who allegedly helped him escape have been named on a 13-count indictment by a Knox county grand jury. Lee Isaac Vanover 24, and Lisa Renee Mills 50, both of Barbourville allegedly incurred the charges following an incident on july 14. Knox sheriff Mike Smith said Deputy Claude Hudson was called to an apartment Complex on court Square in Barbourville that Day after a tenant there was reportedly seen carrying in a one step meth la when Hudson visited the tenants apartment he found a Man with a syringe sticking in his Arm according to Smith. The Man later identified As Vanover was arrested by Hudson and taken to the Deputy a patrol car while officers searched the apartment for the meth lab. I police Page 3chs senior holding Book drive times to Bink. Staff report Corbin High school senior and 2015 miss . Festivals grand supreme Anna Bingham is currently holding a Book drive for local communities. Gently used books for children up to age 14 Are now being accepted. The books can be dropped off at Laurel. Dental care in London and Hinkle Hometown drug store in Barbourville. The books will be collected and Given out at upcoming local festivals to children for free. During her reign As the 2015 miss . Festivals grand supreme Bingham will also be speaking at elementary schools and mentoring children on the importance of self esteem with her i drive Page 2 31,2015 i monday i Call 606 528-2464 to subscribe $1 .00boone Forest Ginseng season opens sept 15ginseng May be collected Only for two week period rules do apply by Jeff no bilk staff writer Ginseng. For Many people they feel Hie seeds have medicinal value in treating various health conditions because of that its demand has increased in the herbal Market. As a result wild Ginseng populations Are shrinking. The Ginseng harvesting season in the Daniel Boone National Forest opens next month but before you go pick some up in the Forest there Are some rules you la need to follow. First of All Ginseng my be collected Only during a two week period from september 15-30. Those rules Are Dart of a officials i policy a inf place to help conserve seng on National Forest put into Forest botanist David Taylor stated there a a Good reason for that. Quot one of the big reasons was to make sure that the Plant had i season Mac 3 weather quaries today 87 i 64 partly Cloudy stray Shower possible ill in Al Yimm Vii Nus null los Oscar roust a a Donzil Mosser . Mills Cannon Ray David Yule Corbin to y Mam 1. Narow i wow a a hmm Stihi miss Hill Humeston Shyh Cutis or Etc Robert Palter. Donna Brazile so Mai 4 ask or. K see Page 14 tri county profile of Imp refine Mary stash cont rues Iii a a iwo eve 356 Mise prep football jackals in sort Umi my it of by. See spors Page 9. In

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