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Corbin High School’s ACT scores excel, go above 21 goal

Teachers, administrator and support staff at Corbin High School are celebrating an important testing milestone that officials say is not only a measure of how well the school prepares its students for college or careers, but could also have monetary benefits as well. Corbin High...

No school at Williamsburg Friday

Williamsburg Independent School will be closed Friday as emergency repairs to one of the building’s central air conditioning system units is performed. Superintendent Amon Couch said with the warmer weather expected to last several more weeks, the repairs are necessary. Closing...

Corbin firefighters extricate woman from crashed car

Corbin firefighters had to extricate a woman from her car Thursday morning after it ran off the road and struck a tree on the Corbin bypass. Corbin Police Colonel David Maiden said 34-year-old Cassandra Whitlow of Heidrick was travelling west on the bypass near the intersection...

Corbin man injured in two-vehicle wreck in Lily

A Corbin man was taken to St. Joseph London Hospital Tuesday morning after a car and truck collided on U.S. 25 in Lily. According to Sheriff John Root, the crash occurred about 8:20 a.m. when 58-year-old Gary Long of Corbin attempted to turn left from U.S. 25. Long’s GMC Sonoma...

Free Austin City Saloon ‘Soundstage’ concert series begins in Corbin this Saturday

Starting this Saturday, The Depot on Main in Corbin will be hosting a series of free concerts featuring performers from historic Austin City Saloon in Lexington. Called “Austin Saloon Soundstage,” the shows will take place from now through November, one a month. “They’ve always...