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Sentencing is rescheduled

Posted: 01/08/2013 - Sentencing is re-scheduled again for a Bell County Constable and his wife who pleaded guilty to stealing money intended for charity.

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Gambling machines seized in Middlesboro

Updated: 01/08/2013 - Gambling machines were seized at a Bell County store. Kentucky State Police raided the Cumberland Market in Middlesboro.

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Eastern Ky. Coca-Cola plant expanding

Posted: 01/07/2013 - A Coca-Cola plant and warehouse in southeastern Kentucky is expanding, with a company official saying more room is necessary to accommodate growing sales.

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Coca-Cola plant expanding in Middlesboro

Posted: 01/07/2013 - The Middlesboro Daily News reports officials with the Coca-Cola bottling plant in Middlesboro say they will add a 24,000 square foot addition.

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Search continues for missing Bell County teen

Updated: 01/03/2013 - Family members say 14-year old Madison York left school on Wednesday and was last seen getting into a van at her home. Investigators say a van possibly connected to the case has shown up on surveillance video going towards Tennessee.

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Hotel project is put on hold

Posted: 12/28/2012 - The project to build the Wasioto Winds Hotel was approved earlier this year by a five to two vote by the county's tourism commission.

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Fire damages Middlesboro restaurant

Updated: 12/20/2012 - A fire heavily damaged Little Caesars in Middlesboro and now its 47 employees are suddenly without work before Christmas.

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Two arrested in theft case

Posted: 12/13/2012 - Two arrests have been made after police say someone stole thousands of dollars worth of merchandise from a Middlesboro store.

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Thousands receive Christmas blessing

Updated: 12/08/2012 - PINEVILLE, Ky. (WYMT) - Thousands of people waited in line in Bell County for a Kentucky Christmas Blessing.

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Four-wheeling damaging Middlesboro levee

Updated: 12/07/2012 - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials say ATVs and other vehicles are damaging the Middlesboro levee. They are increasing patrols in the area and some could even face charges.

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ARH announces President & CEO Jerry Haynes will retire

Posted: 12/07/2012 - The Board of Trustees for the Appalachian Regional Healthcare system announced the forthcoming retirement of ARH President and Chief Executive Officer Jerry W. Haynes, and named Haynes’ successor.

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