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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Corbin, Kentucky Disabled Call the disability Stic Calist want to is years la itt lit tit 1 process disability claims Only www.dlaibllltypro.n9t Moat with me personally subscribe Call 606-528-2464 and ask for the circulation department. Times Tribune no. 161, vol 123 july 11-12, 2015 i weekend edition i Call 6<>6 528-2464 to subscribe $ i of London Man missing for Over a week Michael Goetze last seen july 2, police and family ask for help by Jeff Noble staff writer London police a and the family of a missing Man who lives in London a Are asking for your help in finding their son who a missing since last thursday july 2. Michael Nathanel Goetze was last seen on the morning of that Day. His father Thomas Simon said Friday evening his son had worked the night shift for advanced carpet care a a carpet cleaning and janitorial service his son owns in a a 0 in Goetze London. Simon said he understands Goetze and his Crew had been cleaning a mexican restaurant and his son had returned Home from work Early that morning. Its been Over a week since he was last seen. A when he came Home his wife Laura was sleeping when she got up she found that his cell phone his diabetic Medica Bon and his prescription glasses were next to the Couch. There a been no Trace of him since. He see missing Mac 2a a it came at a great time photo by it Noble standing outside attic Keavy fire station Friday Bates noted everyone in tie department helped in getting i i if of i nation for the Grant his son Joshua also 8 Keavy Volunteer was tile one who wrote it Pema Grant of $166,580 goes to Keavy Ved by Jeff Noble staff writer during its 44-year life Span nothing of mayor significance Ever happened to the Keavy Volunteer fire department. A phone Call from Washington d. C. Changed All that tuesday that a when fire chief Richard Bales Learned that a Grant application they made for funding was approved by Fema a the Federal emergency management Agency a a to the tune of $166,580. The Money comes from the fire department getting the 2015 assistance to firefighters Grant or it will be used for protective equip menu along with firefighter Rescue gear and a self contained breathing apparatus or scuba. Kentucky u. S. Senator and Senate majority Leader Mitch Mcconnell made the announcement Public thursday. Bales confirmed Mcconnell drafted a letter of support for the departments aug application and was a major Force in Keavy getting it. A the old equipment has nearly expired and the air pack bottles which have a 15-year life were close to expiring. The turnout gear has a 10-year life see Keavy Page 2a Williamsburg woman arrested in Middlesboro for drug trafficking times tribe no staff report a Williamsburg woman who serves As the administrator of a Pineville nursing Home was arrested thursday and charged with multiple counts of drug trafficking after being allegedly found with Over 500 pills. Kelly Goodin. 42, of Williamsburg is the administrator of Mountain View nursing and rehabilitation Center in Pineville. Goodin was arrested by Middlesboro police around 3 15 . Thursday following a a buy Busty drug i Vestiga Bon. According to a press release from the Middlesboro police department Goodin was allegedly involved in an undercover drug Purchase arranged by the department the Deal was recorded by police and marked Middlesboro police department Cash was used in the trans con. Goodin was arrested As she drove away from the scene the press release stated. The marked Cash was seized from Goodin along with 549 pills 13 patches and a Bombe of liquid morphine according to the police department press release. Drugs allegedly taken from Goodin included of Codone Hydro Odone Fenta nyl morphine Lora Epam. Clon see arrest Page 2a extra insurance option available for Corbin students next year by Kristina Smith staff writer next school year anyone with a student in the Corbin Independent school District will have the Chance to Purchase add Bonal health insurance for their child through the District. The Corbin Board of Edu Cabon voted unanimously to provide the extra insurance Osbon during a regular scheduled Board meeting thursday the school District already provides each student with health insurance for school related incidents at no Cost to students or their families. But for the upcoming academic year parents and guardians can elect to Pur Chase even More insurance coverage for their students through a provider chosen by the school Board. The extra insurance Osbon through Scho Lasic insurers ranges in Cost from just $8 a year to $147 a year. There will be four plans to choose from a school be Only plan a 24-hour plan without dental benefits a 24-hour plan with dental benefits and a High school football plan. Each plan varies in Price for the year and coverage can be doubled or tripled at an additional Cost under each plan. The Board voted to provide the insure an be for one year Ana then reevaluate the plan next year. In other Board news the Board agreed to Send a request see Corbin rage 2a weather today 85 i 64 Clouds Early then Clearing obituaries Ronnie a in Effii Fly iwo a a a a do Akhir Viilu Ells a Page 4a Rebecca Caff a a a a letes vibe Bolo Man Taylor or Tomb inside today of he in rim a tar Mana in ump rat fwd Vic. A it see Page a. A a by ns1de today Index Brad Hau Sie Mai 7a Golden anniversary Mumy site Tey Ste Mai 1? 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