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Corbin man pleads in Knox County rape case

By Emily Baker For the News Journal A Corbin man pleaded guilty to charges of sexual abuse. James Eugene Lanham, 41, was indicted in January of this year and charged with four counts of first-degree rape. According to the indictment, Lanham engaged in sexual intercourse through...

Creekwalk’s biggest supporter deserves to be honored for his effort

In government, there are disagreements. That’s natural. But at Monday’s work session meeting of the Corbin City Commission — perhaps the most productive and fun meeting I’ve been involved with yet as a commissioner — we ALL agreed on one thing. The Corbin Creekwalk should be...

Operation Sharing celebrates 32 years of helping those in need in Appalachia

One of the largest non-profit organizations in the U.S. celebrated its 32nd anniversary last week with a special open house at one of its main distribution centers, located in Corbin. “Operation Sharing,” a program of the Christian Appalachian Project (CAP), gathered employees,...

Corbin man accused of exposing himself to bank employees

A Corbin man told the officer who arrested him Saturday morning on an indecent exposure charge that he was, “just being stupid.” Fifty-four-year-old David Lewallen was arrested just after noon for allegedly urinating in the drive through of a local bank and exposing himself....

Blaze destroys home that Mullis’ family had owned for 40 years

Despite the efforts of four fire departments and the use of more than 20,000 gallons of water, firefighters were unable to save this Taylor Circle home early Tuesday morning. “It’s heartbreaking. I have a lot of memories in this house,” Terry Mullis said about his family home on...
Posted On 28 Sep 2017