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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - September 5, 2015, Corbin, Kentucky Disabled Call Hie disability specialist Tammy Wilson. Bul offices in Somerset and Corbin forms social is Cutty worker _19 years i Iii in in 1pr0cess disability claims orly Matt with to personally 3efaitthe try action in our weekend football Section the end zone / \ Birne. No. 209, vol. 123 5-7, 2015 i weekend edition i us. We 52h-24m to is a scribe $1.00death penalty off we Tableman charged in 2010 beating murder of Catherine Mills faces trial sept. 14 by John l. Ross managing editor ifs off the table. The possibility of the death penalty in a murder Case against a Barbourville has been removed from possible punishment if convicted. Jonathan Taylor 26, was set for his final pretrial conference in Knox county circuit court thursday a and now the Case is slated for a jury trial monday sept. 14. He appeared before judge Tom Jensen monday with his attorneys Heather Gatnarek and Sam Cox. He a accused in the 2010 beating death of Catherine Mills 67. Loloita Quested a second be held during Taylor a last court appearance Taylor a defense attorneys req evidentiary hearing after a first hearing left them with More questions. Gatnarek led the evidentiary hearing and called Kentucky state police detective Jason York to the stand As her one and Only witness for the Day. The Exchange Between Gatnarek and York focused around a press release sent out by Kentucky state police following the murder of Catherine Mills of which Taylor is accused. Us trial Page 2a baby rushed to Hospital now Mother relative face child abuse charges Timex Tritini staff report a 4-month-old child was airlifted to the University of Kentucky medical Center tuesday with life threat Ching injuries and now two people a including the child smother a Nave been arrested. Laurel county sheriff John Root said the infant was found to have a broken rib head trauma and multiple bruises which were All indicative of child abuse. The infant has remained in intensive care at the us medical Center and Hasni to yet regained full consciousness according to Root a Hoot said its Likely the child will have a permanent disability As a result of the injuries. Emergency Crews were called to the Home of Bessie Sizemore around 7 30 . Tuesday where the child was unresponsive. The infant was taken by ambulance to St. Joseph London Hospital and then airlifted to the us medical Center. Now Sizemore and her Cousin s husband have been arrested. Sizemore 24, and Michael Henson 36, both of East Bernstadt were charged with first degree criminal abuse of a child 12 or under and first degree assault in regards to the 4-month-old�?Ts injuries. Sel abuse Page 3a at the car Wash yeah Bessie Sizemore Michael Henson event to raise Money for a brighter future by Timothy Wyatt staff writer a brighter future an Sci Michelle p waiver based program geared toward helping special needs adults held a car Wash Friday afternoon behind Advance Auto parts on fails Highway. Both staff and program participants worked together at the car Wash to raise Money for several upcoming events such As their annual fall festival a a favorite of the group s participants. Bonnie Hembree assistant executive director at Abs said they were photos by Timothy Wyah participants and staff got All wet and soapy during Friday s. Sing Effort in Corbin a super excited Quot about the car Wash. A they love to do fund raising. Its All they be talked about for weeks Quot said Hembree. They Are also hoping to raise enough Money for a trip to the Beach in october since Many of the programs participants have never been. Hembree said if they done to reach their goal in time the Money will be put in an account so they can go in the work scheduled for several tri county roads by Timothy Wyatt staff writer numerous Lane closures along several of the Tyi county a most travelled roadways Are set to begin Over the weekend. According to the Kentucky transportation Cabinet those closures Are As follows periodic Lane closures Are set for southbound interstate 75 in Whitley county Friday from the 15 mile Marker to the state line. Closures Are expected to conclude nov. 2. The Lane closures Are necessary to allow contractors perform Brush be ration northbound and South bound traffic will be restricted to one Lane on 1-75 in Whitley county tuesday. Northbound traffic at mile Point 14.5 will be reduced to one Lane from to . To 12 . While South bound traffic at the same mile e"1 i int will be reduced to one Ane from i . To 4 . A traffic will be restricted to one Lane on . 25e in Bell county at mile Point 13.1 starting tuesday at 9 . And concluding Friday at 4 . Traffic will be reduced to one Lane in each direction. Northbound and southbound traffic will be restricted to one Lane on 1-75 at Laurel county mile Point 30.6 wednesday northbound traffic will be reduced to one Lane from 9 . To 12 . While weather today 92 i 65 mixed Sun. Chance of thunderstorms obituaries Michael Norma Betty Pauline Eva Geneva Campbell a London vol Chick Salisbury Kentucky Side today Ronnie bus see Fage 4a r Ai Shroads Page a Index mutes in Calendar 5a weaker in my in de Funai it Cassie a sports the by zone religion n Brad Hau see Uge a Mon of tie fag mantis to oat to Meta by so set Mai us Chi summer Munion a Oft tot it Ftfe in Fop a

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