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Corbin man caught ransacking house arrested for robbery

A Corbin man has been charged with robbery after local homeowners discovered him ransacking their house Wednesday.

Police dismantle ‘major’ meth lab operation in Corbin

Four people are in custody and many more arrests are expected after police raided a...

Woman who embezzled from Corbin doctor’s office gets shock probation

A Corbin woman, who allegedly embezzled $35,919 from her employer, Dr. Richard Park, was granted shock probation Monday morning.

Posted On 16 Dec 2009

ONLY ONLINE: Corbin schools drafting new, stricter dress code for staff

The Corbin Board of Education is likely to vote sometime early next year on a stricter dress code and appearance policy for teachers and classified staff members - a move to bolster and tighten changes made to school system policies regarding the issue that were approved in...

Man who robbed Corbin bank gets 13.5 years in prison

A local man who allegedly robbed a Corbin bank in broad daylight in late March was sentenced to over 13 years in federal prison Tuesday and will have to pay over $7,000 in restitution.

KNOA letter

Read the letter from KNOA by clicking here. My column this week is about a proposal to make any cold medicines with pseudoephedrine in them a presciption medication. The idea behind this is to make it harder to obtain one of the principal ingredients of methamphetamine. Click on...

Forcht Group founder agrees to purchase sign for The Arena

Local tourism officials say a Corbin businessman has agreed to purchase a high-tech, LED sign for the Southeast Kentucky Agriculture and Exposition Center in Corbin - a...

Posted On 16 Dec 2009
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Former Sheriff Ancil Carter said he plans to file for office in January

The race to decide who will be the next Whitley County Sheriff will soon be getting a little more crowded.

Posted On 16 Dec 2009

EXTRA CONTENT: Corbin dentist accused of Medicaid fraud

A Whitley County Grand Jury indicted a Corbin dentist Monday morning for allegedly defrauding the state over the last seven years of more than $13,000.

Posted On 16 Dec 2009