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Inspections 01-18-17

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Wilson picked as new Corbin PD Public Affairs Officer

The Corbin Police Department has a new public affairs officer. Captain Coy Wilson has been appointed to take over the position from Major Rob Jones. “It is something new and different,” said Wilson, who has spent more than 10 years with the department. Wilson has previously...

Whitley BOE extends Paul’s contract, naming two assistant superintendents

John Siler and Paula Rickett are being promoted to assistant superintendent in July. Whitley County School District Superintendent Scott Paul is getting a contract extension and the school board will be getting two new assistant superintendents. You need to login to view the rest...
Posted On 18 Jan 2017

Corbin schools closed Friday because of widespread sickness

With the flu and stomach virus running rampant among faculty, staff and students, Corbin Independent Schools officials have elected to close school on Friday. Superintendent Dave Cox said attendance has been slowly decreasing over the last several day, with approximately 10...

Corbin City Commission puts brakes on police chief hiring, decides to seek applicants

Corbin Interim Police Chief Rusty Hedrick may yet become the next chief, but it will not happen without the city seeing who else may be interested in the job. At Tuesday’s special called meeting of the Corbin City Commission, the commissioners failed to approve a motion to hire...

Opioid overdose drug will soon be available without a prescription

A life-saving opioid overdose reversal medication should soon be available without a prescription thanks to a statewide prescription written by a Kentucky physician. Dr. Shawn Ryan, an Assistant Professor and a Physician of Emergency and Addiction Medicine at the University of...

Electronic Edition for 1-18-17

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Oak Grove archery team doing well in year one, hoping to inspire district-wide participation

What started as an afterschool activity last year at Oak Grove Elementary has evolved into something much, much more. It all began when reading specialist Janet Logan discovered some unused archery equipment at the school.

Senior Spotlight: CHS Dance Team

If you were present at the Corbin versus Whitley County boys/girls double-header last Friday evening, then you had two opportunities to catch this year’s Redhound dance squad in action. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Busy week includes two district victories for Corbin girls team

Same as the Corbin boys, the Lady Redhounds had a very good Friday and Saturday last week, picking up back-to-back wins over 50th District opponents to improve to 7-11 on the year. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us