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Author of ‘The Seven Money Types’ speaking at Corbin’s First Baptist Church Sunday

A pastor and author who has written a book claiming that people are “hard wired” by God in certain ways to handle money will be holding a special free workshop at First Baptist Church in Corbin this Sunday. Tommy Brown is the author of the forthcoming book “The Seven Mon...

Free tickets now available to see Shaq at UC on April 5

Free tickets are now available to see legendary athlete and cultural icon Shaquille O’Neal speak at the University of the Cumberlands next month as part of the 12th Annual Excellence in Leadership Series, which is sponsored by The Forcht Group of Kentucky. “Shaquille O’Neal is an...
Posted On 01 Mar 2017

Electronic Edition for 3-1-2017

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Chief Baker: West Knox ‘membership dues’ are an investment in the community

West Knox Fire Chief Daryl Baker said the county’s new ordinance attaching $35 in membership dues to each Knox County property tax bill has resulted in approximately $97,000 in operating revenue for the department in 2017. “If all of the 4,000 properties in the West Knox District...

Racing returns to Corbin Motor Speedway this year

The man who brought Saturday night racing back to the Corbin Speedway is doing it again in 2017. Jerry Brock said practice for the upcoming season will begin Saturday with the first racing scheduled for April 1. “We will have practice every Saturday in March,” Brock said. “We...

Corbin woman indicted for murder

A Knox County grand jury has returned a murder indictment against a Corbin woman accused of stabbing her boyfriend to death. Fifty-four-year-old Deborah Bryant Poore was indicted Friday on one count of murder in connection with the Feb. 9 incident involving 57-year-old Steve...

Keavy man charged with burglarizing Corbin area residence

A Keavy man has been arrested for allegedly burglarizing a Corbin area residence. According to Laurel County Sheriff John Root, 19-year-old Tyler Forbes is accused of breaking into a residence on Douglas Blvd., located off Laurel Whitley Road in southern Laurel County. Once...

Legal Notices for 3-1-17

Notice of Intention to Mine Pursuant to Application Number 918-0467, Renewal In accordance with KRS 350.050, notice is hereby given that Mountainside Coal Co., Inc.; 7692 South Hwy. 25W; Williamsburg, Kentucky 40769 has applied for a permit renewal for a surface and auger mining...

REGION BRACKETOLOGY: Boys’ 13th Region tournament

The 2017 13th Region boys’ basketball tournament will tip off Wednesday at the Corbin Arena, and it will feature one of the most unpredictable brackets that we’ve seen in quite some time. That’s saying a lot considering how ultra-competitive the region has been in recent years,...

JOURNEYS COMPLETED: Corbin, Lynn Camp girls fall in first round of region tournament

The Corbin Lady Hounds and the Lynn Camp Lady Cats both qualified for region tournament competition in 2017, but neither team would be able to advance past the first round of play Monday night. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us