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Walk with the Mayor planned for Saturday in Corbin

Local residents are invited to come out Saturday morning and get in a little exercise with Corbin Mayor Willard McBurney and Colonel Harlan Sanders. Registration for the one-mile Walk with the Mayor will start at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, and the actual walk begins at 10 a.m. This free...
Posted On 03 May 2017

Patriot Steakhouse closing June 4

Starting next month, Williamsburg residents will have one less dining option. The University of the Cumberlands confirmed Tuesday afternoon that it would be closing the Patriot Steakhouse effective June 4. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a...
Posted On 03 May 2017

Corbin Tourism approves new sign, hires artifact manager

The south end of Corbin will soon have a sign welcoming visitors to the city. At a special called meeting of the Corbin Tourism Commission Monday night, the commission unanimously approved the design of a new 4’x10’ metal sign to be installed off of exit 25. The sign stat...

Rural King may move into old Corbin Kmart building

The former Corbin Kmart building may see new life soon. While no official announcement has been made, Corbin Building Inspector Frank Burke said officials from farm and home store Rural King are considering the building for a new location. Burke emphasized that the process is in...

Briar Creek Park Bridge closed due to flood damage

Briar Creek Park is back open after flooding damage last week, but the bridge inside the park is expected to be closed for at least a couple more weeks as officials try to figure out how best to repair it. Williamsburg Mayor Roddy Harrison said Tuesday that estimates for the...
Posted On 03 May 2017

$45,360 in emergency road aid awarded to fiscal court

Whitley County is getting $45,360 in county road aid emergency funds from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to repair damage to an eastern Whitley County road that was one of the hardest hit during last month’s flooding. The funds will be used for drainage structure repairs on...
Posted On 03 May 2017

Redhounds bound for Princeton, Yale for first time

Two members of Corbin High School’s Class of 2017 are going where no Redhounds have gone before, Ivy League universities Princeton and Yale. Whitney Hopper has been selected to attend Princeton University, located in New Jersey approximately 50 miles southwest of New York Cit...
Posted On 03 May 2017

Woman throws liquor bottle at police cruiser

A Corbin woman arrested Sunday morning after allegedly throwing a liquor bottle at a Knox County Sheriff’s deputy’s cruiser has avoided jail time but must pay $718 in fines and court costs as part of a plea agreement. Twenty-six-year-old Rachel E. Durham was arrested just after...

Property owner detains alleged burglar until police arrive

A Williamsburg man is facing a burglary charge after allegedly being caught and detained by the property owner Sunday morning. Kentucky State Police Trooper Scott Bunch arrested James Daryl Gipson, 37, of Highway 204, at 9:57 a.m. charging him with second-degree burglary,...
Posted On 03 May 2017

Phillip Perkins heading to his 70th consecutive Kentucky Derby

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Posted On 03 May 2017