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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - November 8, 2008, Corbin, Kentucky lottery obituaries inside today midday pick 3. Pick 4. Evening pick 3. Pick 4. .2 34 11-16 Cash Ball. 5 10 17 27 22 Cash Ball kicket.0-5-4-6 3 3 Une lotto 1 10 13 24 32-33 i�oauai�o4 pm a eau nut Cid i Uiva a a a a Williamsburg r a 1 Roger Bird. Williamsburg a i Jason Mcfarland. 1 i Irene Lee. Girder a v Dwain Adkins. Williamsburg i n Al Palau a flux vhf tue a a a a a frugal living mostly sunny and warmer. High 54� 1 Low 35� so Pace 78 Ronnie Elus Lee of tar 4ft a -0\ \ a Mes Tribu rocked your life. Your paper. Jockey shares its Page 8ahis Story i see neighbors Page 1c Robin Mathis applies for the empty stocking fund program from Volunteer Lola a.1j ii ldluw6li, left at Forest lanes on Friday. Photo by Samantha swindle Knox baptists plan sunday a note burning by caul Keith Greene staff writer the Knox association of baptists will Burn its Bank note at a Celebration at 3 . Sunday. The association made up of some 40 Baptist churches a 38 in Knox county and one each in Bell and Laurel counties a dedicated its building in Gray in 2002 with a debt of $120,000, said director of missions the Rev. Seymour Wattenbarger. The Structure which holds two suites of offices a Fellowship Hall full sized basketball court and volleyball and shuffleboard courts is available for use by All churches in the association he said. Sundays program will be hosted by the associations brotherhood department with refreshments and singing by the Type believers and Willy Logan. See note Page 3a see arsons Page 3a Williams asks for re canvass in five vote loss by Sean Bailey staff writer for empty stocking fund More than 150 families Register Friday for children a Christmas Charity by Samantha swindler managing editor parents lined up for hours at Forest Bowling lanes in Corbin on Friday for a Chance to provide their children with Christmas gifts. The Southeast Kentucky empty stocking fled held the first of two sign up sessions on Friday at the Bowling Alley with More than 150 Low income families applying for free Christmas gifts for their children. A second sign up Date will be held from noon to 3 . Friday nov. 14, but participants May want to arrive Early. Those who were the first served at noon Friday had waited hours. A some of them have been Here since 7 .,�?� said Volunteer Lola Caldwell though Many arrived at 11 A they said they were told to come those looking to enter the program must provide id a social Security card for themselves and each child requesting gifts and proof of income. Children up to age 17 Are Eligi ble for gifts. Those accepted will be invited to a party at the Bowling Alley the week before Christmas where age appropriate toys Are doled out to children. A a i think its really Good that people do something like this a said Robin Mathis while she held her 2-year-old daughter in line. This is the first time Mathis said she has applied for the program a she Nas two girls the other age 5, and this will be her see stocking Page 3a no. 267, vol. 116smokin�?T in the boys room teen pleads guilty in attempt to bum Down Lynn Camp High school by Brad Hicks staff writer a Lynn Camp High school student was arrested last week and pleaded guilty on thursday for allegedly trying to Start a fire at the school while it was in session. Gage Roark 18, of Woodbine was arrested at around 3 . Oct. 29 for allegedly trying to Start a fire at Lynn Camp High school. According to the arrest citation from officer Winston Tye of the Barbourville police department at around 2 . Roark was seen on school surveillance video entering 1 see smoke Page 3a nov. 8-9, 2008 i weekend edition i Call 606 528-2464 to subscribe 75 cents there will be at least one re canvass after tuesdays elections in Whitley county. Kim Williams ran for a spot on the Williamsburg Board of education and was Defeated by Allan steely by a narrow margin of five votes. Williams won 693 votes while incumbent steely garnered 698 votes. The top vote getter in that race was Kim White with 932 votes. There were two open seats on the Board of education. Whitley county clerk Kay Schwartz said the re canvass will be conducted on nov. 13 at 9 A re canvass is not a total recount of every single ballot a since Whitley county uses electronic voting machines a but rather a review of voting machine totals in each precinct. Williams said she made the decision to request a re canvass after she got a Strong response from supporters who had voted for her. A they Felt that i would add to the Board. They Are still concerned that not a person on the Board has experience see votes Page 3a March for babies stocking up Corbini Tri county March of dimes event fears of a democratic crack Down Lead raises More than $26,000. Page 2b. To a Boom in gun sales. Page 5b. Obituaries 2a around town 3b weather 2a comics 6b editorial 4a Qassis ties 8b family affair two More relatives arrested in connection Lary Perry Gloria Perry James Allen James w. Jason Anderson John Anderson Anna Mae Anderson Anderson Anderson to the june murder of Larry d. Jones 1 former 2 current firefighters accused in arsons staff a wire retort one former and two current firefighters have been charged with setting wild land fires in Knox and Pike counties. Thursday night state police arrested 20-year-old James Allen Yeager of Gray and charged him with setting fires in the Coldstone Community of Knox county. On Friday Kentucky state police also arrested 23-year-old Walter d. Brown of Bimble. Asp dec. Colan Harrell Center escorts James Lee Podsaid 38, and behind Tammy Marie Podsaid 42, and after they were arrested by officers at their Home Friday morning. By Shan Bailey staff writer a most five months after the murder of Larry d. Jones two More people were Al arrested Friday morning in Williamsburg in connection to the crime. Fridays arrests bring the total number of people arrested in the murder to eight a All of whom Are extended Anderson family members. Police arrived at the Home of Tammy Marie Podsaid 42, and James Lee Podsaid 38, on Johns Street in Williamsburg at around 9 45 Friday and arrested both on charges of facilitation of murder and tampering with physical evidence. See family Page 3a

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