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The Daily News reports
Pineville Independent Schools will soon undergo several changes in order to better the overall environment for both students and staff members.
The primary focus of Monday’s Pineville Board of Education meeting centered around the approval of architect Bill Richardson’s plans to implement various improvements in the construction of the district’s schools.
Richardson, owner of Richardson Associates Architects, presented to the board a finale floor plan of the improvements he plans to carry through with. The plan includes: a general reconstruction of locker rooms, a relocation of restrooms, an increased concession area, changes to the gym’s seating area, an installation of LED equipment, painting and roofing repairs, repairment of windows and an installation of high quality sound and video equipment.
The Harlan Daily Enterprise reports
A man wanted on sexual abuse charges in Tennessee was arrested in Harlan on Wednesday.
Rick Brock, 52, of Tazewell, Tennessee, was arrested by Kentucky State Police Trooper Sidney Wagner.
According to a press release, Wagner and Trooper Brandon Burton from KSP Post 10 received information at approximately 6 p.m. that a wanted person from Tennessee was at a local business on KY 38 in Harlan County. Troopers responded and located Brock. Brock was wanted in Tennessee for three counts of continuous sexual abuse of a child.
He was taken into custody on a fugitive from another state warrant and lodged in the Harlan County Detention Center.
In Sports news…..football action this evening Bell County will travel to McCreary Central, Middlesboro will travel to South Laurel in London and Pineville will host Cumberland Gap, Tn.
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